Why Registered Dietitians are Important for Someone with Celiac Disease

Happy celiac disease awareness month everyone! Sorry for the lack of posts for this year, wedding planning is in full swing and honestly I’ve been at a loss for topics. It seems like I’ve covered so many the past few years since starting the blog! I did want to address a topic that is near…

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Cross Contamination: What it is, Why it’s a Concern, & How to Prevent it.

I talk a lot about Celiac Disease, Gluten Intolerance, the gluten free diet and have mentioned cross contamination. I haven’t really addressed cross contamination though, what it is, why it’s a concern for us who have to follow a gluten free diet and how to prevent it.

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Struggles Only Those With Gluten Intolerance (or Celiac Disease) Will Understand

I’ve been wanting to do this post for a while.. but brainstorming all the gluten free struggles I’ve went through in the past 8 years is hard! So, I decided to ask on several different gluten free support groups (including our own) what are some of the struggles others have encountered. I must say, there’s…

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Celiac Disease: What It Is & What It Isn’t

I’ve posted so much about eating gluten free and Celiac Disease, but I haven’t really said what Celiac is (and what it isn’t). *Note: I am not a licensed health professional…yet ๐Ÿ˜‰ I am working towards becoming a Registered Dietitian. This information is what I have learned from my 8 years of being gluten free…

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Being Social While Having Celiac Disease

Maybe you’ve just been diagnosed with Celiac Disease. Or maybe you’ve been diagnosed for a while but still struggle. It is hard sometimes having Celiac Disease (or Gluten Intolerance/Sensitivity) and still wanting to be social and go out to eat with friends. You worry about where your friends will want to eat, will want to…

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Living with Dietary Restrictions as a College Student

Whether your dietary restrictions are being gluten intolerant, lactose intolerant, gastritis, vegan, having a sensitive stomach..whatever it may be, I hope this post helps you.

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GFFA 2017 Indianapolis

If you follow me on social media (@faithfashionfoodwithc) you probably saw that the Gluten Free Allergy Fest was this past weekend (check out my post from last year HERE). My parents, boyfriend, and I were able to go for a one-day pass and we had a great time! This was my 5th (?) time going to the fest! The first 2 years I went, the fest was held in Carmel, IN and it has been in Indianapolis for 4 years.

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Gluten Free College Survival Guide 101

Let’s admit it, sometimes eating gluten free can be hard. But eating gluten free at college is even harder. I hope to provide some tips for you that I’ve experienced first hand through my first 2 years at college and being gluten intolerant. *Every university will differ* Contact University Dining This is the MOST IMPORTANT…

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Gluten Free Guide for Newbies

So I knew I wanted to make a Gluten Free Guide for Newbies but I wasn’t sure what to include in it since I’ll be doing other posts solely based on certain topics. I thought of the following 5 topics: What is Gluten, Getting Diagnosed, Finding Community, Grocery Shopping, and Is Gluten in Cosmetics/skin care…

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My Gluten Free Story

Everyone who has Celiac Disease or is Gluten Intolerant has a story about how they discovered they needed to live a gluten free lifestyle. Here is mine. Growing up, I was always considered small compared to the other kids in my grade. But overall, I was a happy and playful little girl who loved being…

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