Tag Archives: Celiac Awareness

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The face of celiac disease

After putting some thought into it, I've determined I'm the face of celiac disease. And so are you (if you have celiac disease, of course). My point is, celiac disease has many faces. You can't look at someone and tell they have celiac disease, which can be a blessing or a curse. Sometimes, if people can't see your disease, its not real to them.. read more
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Why I adore the gluten-free trend.

I love the gluten-free trend. I said it. And I mean it. However, it seems most people with celiac disease don't agree. I've read post, after post, after post (you get the point) about why the gluten-free fad is bad. Though I highly respect all of these bloggers and their opinions, I could not disagree more. read more
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Show Support By Subscribing

If you haven't seen it yet, I posted a picture this week on several of my social media accounts that is very important to me. Since the day I was diagnosed with celiac disease, I've been wanting my immediate family members to get tested, because they have up to a 22% chance of having the disease. So far, none of my family members have gotten tested. My mom has tried a gluten-free diet for several weeks without experiencing any differences, so I think she is probably in the clear.
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What My 2014 Will Look Like

There's been a lot of talk about new year's resolutions lately. On New Year's Eve, one of my best friends asked me what my resolutions are for the year. I thought about it for a minute, and then realized that I didn't really have any. Yet. I hadn't thought much about it. After considering it a little longer, I decided that this year I don't want to have resolutions, but instead, I want to set goals.