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29 May 2017

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 May 29, 2017
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Bermuda Logo GF Guide to Bermuda

GF Guide to Bermuda Revised

Being married to a Bermudian, Bermuda has become a second home over the years and I always look forward to visiting family and friends. Now you might not automatically associate Bermuda with gluten-free but it has actually become increasingly easier over the years to find a host of great options that will satisfy even the most discerning foodie.

23 January 2017

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 January 23, 2017
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Celiac Disease: Look at the Bright Side Gluten-Free Living Magazine

GFM in Gluten-Free Living

I was tickled to have been asked to share what my celiac diagnosis meant to me and the change that it played in my life in the January/February issue of Gluten-Free Living magazine. The article, Celiac Disease: Look at the Bright Side featured several well-known celiacs focusing on the positive-side of a celiac diagnosis — so I am in very good company.

26 June 2016

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 June 26, 2016
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GF Travel Tips

Summer and travel are synonymous. As a world traveler who happens to also be a diagnosed celiac with an allergy to all things shellfish, I have developed a checklist that I always follow to ensure that things flow smoothly wherever I might be in the world. A celiac diagnosis or food allergy does not mean that you need to be relegated to a second class travel experience..

4 October 2015

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 October 4, 2015
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Nima Sensor Sneak Preview

I had the pleasure of being invited to an intimate preview and demonstration for 6 Sensor Labs new Nima Sensor – a portable device that allows consumers to test foods for gluten (at 20 PPM or less). You might have heard about Nima before as there was a lot of buzz when they first announced their product and secured…

31 May 2015

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 May 31, 2015
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My Celiac. Your Celiac. Our Celiac.

Another Celiac Awareness Month has come and gone so I thought that I would use the opportunity to look back at my personal journey living with a later in life celiac disease diagnosis – more than fifteen years ago. While this is part exercise in catharsis it is also part resource to hopefully help those that may be where I was pre- and post-diagnosis…

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