June 4th is National Running Day, so lace up those sneakers and hit the road! If you’re already a runner, encourage a friend to join you on your next jog. If you don’t run, National Running Day is a great time to start.
Each year, thousands of people are diagnosed with celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder of the small intestine. Learn more about the difference between celiac disease and gluten sensitivity with this infographic.
You can have an enjoyable gluten-free vacation at any destination with some advance planning. From apps to blogs, here are the best gluten-free travel resources.
It’s time to get up and get moving! (After you finish reading this blog post). The weather is getting warmer and the time is right to head to the park or hit the trail. May is National Physical Fitness and Sports month and there are plenty of reasons to be fit including:
Since May is National Celiac Disease Awareness Month, it is the perfect time to discuss the importance of being tested for celiac disease before trying a gluten-free diet.
Mother’s Day marks the beginning of National Women’s Health Week, followed on Monday, May 12th by National Women’s Check-up Day. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office on Women’s Health, the goal of Women’s Health Week is to “empower women to make their health a priority.”
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