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The Quick & Dirty Guide To Cross-Contamination Prevention | Strength and Sunshine @RebeccaGF666 It's more than just switching your diet. When it comes to Celiac Disease and food allergies, cross-contamination prevention must take number one importance. Here is the quick and "dirty" guide to keeping things safe (gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, nut-free, soy-free, fish-free, peanut-free, etc.)!

Not one of the top 8, but corn is a major allergen. I was surprised by who many readers had commented on the other allergen posts that they had a corn allergy. So of course, I wanted to help out and do some corn-free research! I can only begin by telling you that corn is... Read More »

After reading Alysa's post "A Lightbulb Celiac Moment", last week, I was inspired to write something about the topic as well. It is so true and so important that celiacs stop explaining their disea...

Celiac Disease 101: A beginner's guide on what’s happening in your body, what this means for your future, and how you can heal. Arm yourself today!

"Don't let anyone ever tell you that gluten-free Celiac Disease doesn't exist; I've seen it time and again" - D. Penta M.D.

The ABCs Of Celiac Disease | Strength and Sunshine @RebeccaGF666 From A to Z, the ABCs of Celiac Disease. An autoimmune disease that means more than just being gluten-free.

Celiac Disease Risk Linked to Absence of Bacteria in the Gut - Celiac Disease Foundation

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