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Man Receives Prison Time for Lying About Gluten in Food

The owner of a bakery was sentenced to 11 years in prison after falsely labeling his food “gluten-free”.  Paul Seelig was convicted of 23 counts of fraud & ordered to pay restitution to his victims.  The simple fact that anyone would feed gluten – poison – to a Celiac or a gluten-allergic person is sickening.  [...]

Earth Day

Friday, April 22, 2011 is Earth Day.  What are you doing in celebration of the earth on Earth Day?  Both Caribou & Starbucks are offering free freshly brewed coffee/tea to those who bring in their reusable/travel mugs for a fill-up.  Make sure to check each website for the specifics before heading into the store.  I [...]

Spring Cleaning & Mrs. Alaska

Today was an unexpected day off for me.  On days like this I almost want to keep it a secret that I am off so that I can pick & choose what I do.  If I want to lay in bed and eat gluten-free bon bons all day, then so be it.  I chose to [...]

Missing Something

When I was visiting my sister in Atlanta a couple of weeks back, I went to a doctor’s appointment with her and while we were waiting for the surgeon to come in, I noticed a poster on the wall that was diagraming gastrointestinal diseases.  Obviously I was interested in the poster because I am weird [...]

Blood Boiling

If you haven’t had a chance to read the latest happenings in the Celiac community, grab a cup of coffee or tea and settle in.  This so-called “chef” out of Denver, has basically admitted to poisoning Celiacs on his Facebook page.  The posts have now been removed, probably at the direction of his attorney after [...]

Guest Post: Jules Gluten Free

Please welcome a very special lady to many of us in the gluten-free community – Jules Dowler Shepard. Not only is Jules a brilliant baker & cook, but she is a great friend.

People often ask me how I got started in the gluten-free business. It’s a question that always makes me pause. It’s [...]

Stirring the Pot?

First and foremost, I am sorry for disappearing towards the end of last week again.  It seems like I take one step forward & 2 steps back with this darn sinus infection.  Another doctor’s visit and a medication change, I believe that I may be on the right path. I hesitate to say that I [...]

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Submit Your Photo to NFCA’s Celiac Mosaic

Whether you have celiac disease, are gluten intolerant or know someone who is, help us spread awareness by participating in NFCA’s mosaic.

In May, NFCA’s Facebook page will feature a collage of photos submitted by the celiac and gluten-free [...]