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Resources for Going Gluten Free
If you’re interested in a gluten free lifestyle, either out of necessity or by choice, below are my top 15 picks to get started.
Top 5 Blogs and Websites
Nicole is a former senior practicing lawyer with a has a son with Celiac Disease, as well as two sisters who suffer. Dealing with a gluten-free lifestyle since 2005, she is a seasoned veteran. With two published cookbooks and a website with visual recipes, tips for getting started, how not to break the bank and feed your whole family gluten free at the same time, Gluten Free On A Shoestring offers one of the most relatable sites for moms on a budget.
Elana is the President of an environmental consulting firm, EcoSav. Her and her son both suffer from Celiac Disease. She has published one cookbook and continues to write on her website, offering articles on good food, non-toxic homemaking, ecological conservation, consumer protection, social activism and more.
Melissa is a nutrition therapist, focusing on Celiac disease, gluten-sensitivity and holistic health. Even her sidekick, Fairbanks is on a grain-free diet!
Lisa is a blogger who was diagnosed with Celiac Disease. Diagnosed in the early 2000’s, Lisa shares her struggles of adapting to a gluten free lifestyle before it became a “fad” per se.
You don’t have to have Celiac Disease to experience the benefits of going gluten free.
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Top 5 Recipes Gluten-Free Recipes I Love
#3: Portabella Pizza