Fuel the Family: Blogger Campaign
The number of gluten-free bloggers is increasing daily and we at the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) love to follow their stories and we thought you would, too. So, we invited a few of our gluten-free blogging friends to share their stories of celiac disease in the family.
We’ll periodically unveil the bloggers’ stories, so be sure to check back often! You can also keep an eye on the NFCA Facebook page for new story announcements.
We hope you find comfort and inspiration in these personal stories! Thank you to the bloggers who have contributed their stories for you during Celiac Awareness Month.
Family Story: Paula Gardner, Celiac Corner
Persistence Despite Family Resistance
Family Story: Laura Hanley, G-Free Laura
Navigating “Gluten-Free” – Together
Family Story: Taylor Miller, Gluten Away
Speaking Up for the Health of Our Families
Family Story: Kristin Voorhees, NFCA
Explaining the “Clinical Chameleon “
Family Story: Jackie Ourman, C.A.F.E.
Our Celiac Diagnosis
Family Story: Erin Smith, Gluten-Free Fun
Interview with a Silly Yak
Family Story: Karen Broussard, Gluten Free Travel Site
Celiac Disease: Our Family’s Story – And Why Everyone Needs to Become an Advocate for the Millions of Undiagnosed Children and Adults
Family Story: Rachelle King, Blinded by the Bite!
Family Story: Annette Marie, Best Life Gluten-Free
Life is Good with Celiac Disease
Family Story: Jennifer North, NFCA and her Sister, Rebecca Weisberg
A Grand Tasting Adventure
Family Story: Peter Bronski, No Gluten, No Problem
The Active Gluten-Free Life
Family Story: Amy Leger, The Savvy Celiac
How Celiac Disease Added Fuel to my Family
Family Story: Alice Bast, NFCA
Putting it into Practice: Convincing My Own Family to Get Tested for Celiac Disease