Being the parent of a gluten-free child isn’t easy, but you’re not alone!
We’ve gathered top bloggers and parents to share their tips and lessons learned in raising a gluten-free child. This is real advice from the trenches.
Note: These bloggers and contributors are not medical experts except when otherwise stated. Consult with your child’s physician regarding his or her specific needs.
A safety alert explains that gluten can be found in some children’s toys/arts and crafts materials.
Beyond Celiac President Alice Bast shares her tips for nurturing your child’s gluten-free awareness.
Is your child resistant to trying new foods? These strategies can help them step outside their comfort zone.
What to do when your family doesn’t take gluten-free seriously.
Use these tried-and-true strategies to help your child learn to love fruits and veggies.
There are many ways to keep your gluten-free child safe and teach valuable cooking skills this holiday season.
Only 6 months after her son was diagnosed, Sindey is still learning the ropes…and she’s eager to hear more.
From diagnosis to daycare, this mom is determined to keep her celiac child safe.
Amy Leger of The Savvy Celiac explores the best ways to de-gluten a kitchen.
A Beyond Celiac exclusive! Get a list of quick and easy gluten-free foods that will please a toddler or preschooler’s palate.
Tips for sending your child to summer camp.
One way to make your son or daughter feel special about what he/she can eat is to create a cooking play date.
A college student diagnosed with celiac at age 13 explains what worked for her.
A former Girl Scout explains how to ‘be prepared’ for gluten-free challenges.
“Know the facts and keep it fun,” says celiac mom and gluten-free pro Jill Brack.
Ghouls, ghosts and gluten – Oh my! Talk to your child about safe and unsafe candy before you trick-or-treat.
Amy Leger of The Savvy Celiac tackles the tough issues in raising a celiac child.
The Beyond Celiac Medical Advisory Board member talks about treating children with celiac disease in his practice.
Anticipate the challenges and work with teachers to help your gluten-free toddler stay safe.
Students share candid thoughts on gluten-free campus dining with Amy Leger of The Savvy Celiac.
How do you make gluten-free food more accessible in the lunchroom? Amy Leger of The Savvy Celiac shares her account.
The first in a series about one mom’s fight for gluten-free needs on campus.
The second installment in a series about gluten-free struggles on campus.
Keep these pointers in mind when approaching dining services about your child’s gluten-free needs.