Take summer’s sweet bounty to refreshing new heights with these sensational frozen treats. Fruity Pops For a hydrating treat, place sliced fruits (berries, kiwi, peaches, etc.) in ice pop molds and fill with coconut water. Freeze solid. To infuse flavor, puree equal parts fruit and coconut water and freeze in ice pop molds. The second… Read more »
Hawaiian Airlines adds Gluten-Free Snack Boxes to their onboard menu.
“Consider that there is about 20 feet of intestine coiled in the body and it’s easy to understand. That’s a lot of intestine that has to get better before we can call it healed.”
Originally published in Allergic Living’s Fall 2014 magazine. Diagnosed in September 2013 with celiac disease, Cam Rich knows he can never again have his favorite chocolate-flavored cereal, chicken nuggets or anything else that contains gluten, the protein that caused his headaches, bloating and nausea. The 13-year-old doesn’t want to appear scared of things like pizza – even though he… Read more »
In Canada, like in the U.S. and Europe, with less than 20 ppm of gluten will now be labeled as “gluten-free”.
When technology meets allergic life peace of mind and new friends follow. Check out some great new tech tools, as previously reviewed in Allergic Living magazine by website coordinator Courtney Born. Mindful Monitor The Veta Smart Case isn’t your ordinary EpiPen holder. The high-tech case uses sensors and Bluetooth connection to signal your phone with the… Read more »
Long recognized for their allergy accommodations, Walt Disney World and Disneyland, just got even friendlier.
The massive research project aims to the isolate precise proteins in wheat that cause reactivity in celiacs.
Whether it’s a festive brunch or an intimate family meal, these delicious recipes are perfect for celebrating Easter with food allergies or celiac disease. Some are also good options for Passover. All recipes are free of gluten and the top allergens. List updated as of April 2017. Mains for Easter or Passover: Bistro Split Chicken… Read more »
A California woman alleges that the Chinese food chain discriminates against those with celiac by charging more for gluten-free meals.