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There are a number of fantastic blogs out there for people living gluten-free... but not everyone wants to jump through culinary hula hoops.
I'm interested in the everyday issues like what to pack for lunch or how to navigate an awkward situation.
The goal of gluten-free gift is to inspire fresh thinking, address feelings and investigate new approaches to really easy to prepare, healthy food. I welcome you to join me on the adventure!
Woolfred Cannot Eat Dandelions is a wonderful and beautifully illustrated story that helps to explain food intolerances to children. Claudine Crangle captures the essence of "being true to your tummy."
—Cynthia Rudert, MD; Medical Advisor, Celiac Disease Foundation and Gluten Intolerance Group; Medical Director, Gluten Intolerance Group of Atlanta
Living Well With Celiac Disease:
“Great healthy lifestyle advice for those with celiac disease” – Shelly Case, B.Sc., RD and author of Gluten-Free Diet: A Comprehensive Resource Guide
“A no-nonsense, practical book filled with empathy, and more importantly, get-up-and go which is a must for any newly diagnosed celiac patient or parent. Crangle advocates a healthy lifestyle with lots of variation but no gluten. By the end of the book she feels like the coeliac best friend you never had… definitely a book for the Christmas stocking”. – Coeliac News, Coeliac Society of Ireland
“A refreshingly positive approach to life without wheat” – Living Without Magazine
“Her friendly and informative style and excellent advice makes this a wonderful and necessary book for all that need to find optimum health on a wheat-and gluten-free diet” R.E. Warren, MD., F.R.C.P.C., Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto, Division of Gastroenterology, St. Michael’s Hospital.
“A delightful, accessible and indispensable set of tools for managing life without wheat or gluten. This book is an invitation to happy and healthy gluten-free living and should find a home on the bookshelves of everyone with celiac disease” – Bev Ruffo, Past President, Canadian Celiac Association