Are you looking for gluten-free restaurants, gluten-free ingredients, celiac disease facts, or gluten-free support groups? These great gluten-free resources, in random order, will be helpful for anyone who eats gluten-free, especially people newly diagnosed with celiac disease.
The site has many gluten-free resources, including a list of celiac centers throughout the United States.
Tricia Thompson, MS, RD provides a plethora of resources, including books and a directory of dietitians specializing in celiac disease.
When you are wondering if an over-the-counter medicine or prescription drug is gluten-free, this regularly updated website, which is maintained by a clinical pharmacist, is invaluable.
In addition to providing many gluten-free resources, one of their most well-known programs is The Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO). You will see their certified gluten-free logo on many foods, including NuGo gluten-free protein bars, meaning the products have been tested to contain less than 10 ppm of gluten.
It is now easy to travel and safely eat gluten-free, thanks to the countless reviews of restaurants, cruise ships, and hotels on the Gluten-Free Travel Site. Also, view a handy list of gluten-free menus at chain restaurants.
Cleo and John Libonati created this popular website, which has many blog posts, nutrition resources, and a directory of celiac support groups.
Three experts explain many aspects of celiac disease and eating gluten-free.
Whether you are looking for celiac disease symptoms, gluten-free news, gluten-free blogs, or international celiac support groups, Beyond Celiac has it all on their comprehensive website.
Read fact sheets about celiac disease, download a new 75-page free e-book, and request a free gluten-free care package for people newly diagnosed with celiac disease.
View all of the NuGo Gluten Free Bars.