Monthly Archives: September 2010

Keeping it Positive for Gluten-Free Kids

Last week, I spoke to members of the Rockland/Bergen R.O.C.K. (Raising Our Celiac Kids) Chapter about “Keeping it Positive for their Gluten-Free Kids.”  In other words, finding the balance between providing children with a healthful AND gluten-free diet.  Here are the tips I shared, several of which apply to all children, both gluten-eating and gluten-avoiding.

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Rockland/Bergen County R.O.C.K. Chapter Established

I am happy to announce the establishment of a R.O.C.K (Raising Our Celiac Kids) chapter for the counties of Rockland, New York and Bergen, New Jersey.  Read on for the press release and details for the first meeting, taking place tomorrow, September 21, and for which I will be the keynote speaker.

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September 13 is National Celiac Disease Awareness Day

In honor of the birthday of Dr. Samuel Gee, a leader in celiac disease (CD) research who identified a link between the disease and diet, September 13  has been dubbed “National Celiac Disease Awareness Day.”  Read on for information about what you can do to help raise awareness for this disease that affects millions of Americans each and every day of their lives.

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Great Gluten-Free Dining Experiences: Part 3



This summer has kept me close to home, which means my restaurant experiences have focused on summer dining on the East Coast.  Here are four restaurants that provided great gluten-free dining experiences.

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