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  1. This salad of roasted beets, carrots and apples is perfect for fall. View the full article
  2. Wildfire Restaurants proudly presents its 7th Annual Gluten-Free Dinners, featuring a custom five course gluten-free menu with optional wine pairings. Executive Chefs will prepare and present Wild Mushroom Macaroni & Cheese Bites to start, homemade asiago popovers, Pesto Crusted Filet Mignon served with spinach ricotta gnochhi, and much more. Wildfire's Divisional Trainer & Gluten-free Resident Expert, Ruth Hayden, will be on hand to share her insight into Wildfire's extensive gluten-free menu and training. The dinners will be held at Wildfire Oak Brook on Monday, November 7th and at Wildfire Lincolnshire on Friday, November 11th. The events begin at 6:30 p.m. with passed appetizers, followed by the seated dinner at 7:00 p.m. and are priced at $65.00 per person without wine pairings and $85.00 per person with wine pairings, plus tax (gratuity not included). A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center. For more information or to make a reservation, please click the button below or contact your location of interest.
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    The CSA Michigan Capital Celiac/DH Group Lansing MI is again coordinating with the Greater Grand Rapids Michigan YMCA Camp Manitou Lin to have a Gluten Free Camp in 20-17. The camp will be held from June 25 to July 1. Cost is $607. More information about the camp can be seen at Registration is not available online as of yet but will be shortly. Those who register and pay the deposit of $75 before January 31 will be eligible for 5% discount. Discounts are also given when there is more than one member in the family attending or if someone is a member of another YMCA. Please contact the camp. For those needing assistance, the Gluten Intolerance Group is providing some assistance. Please go their website for further information. The application can be found here: This will be our 10th year of doing this camp and every year the children are as excited as the last year. It is a wonderful opportunity for them to make friends with others who have Celiac Disease or Gluten Intolerance. We also accept children with additional food allergies. We are on Facebook: Gluten Free Michigan Kids Camp and on Yahoo Group: Gluten Free Michigan Kids Camp. We also are looking for volunteers to help in the kitchen. Volunteers do not pay and we will have beds available in a cabin. You will also have some time to be free and explore the camp or Western Michigan. It is a great vacation area. There is a camp nearby the YMCA Camp for families if someone desires. Looking forward to a great year.
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  7. The CCA has issued a warning to Canadian consumers with celiac disease against eating gluten-free Cheerios products, based on concerns of ... View the full article
  8. Canadian Celiac Association warns against Gluten-Free Cheerios, but is there good evidence? View the full article
  9. Chronicle: Choosing Gluten-free ... FOR CELIACS, IS LIKE THE DIET FOR DIABETICS. ... WE NOT HAVE TEST AS WE DO FOR CELIAC DISEASE. View the full article
  10. Celiac disease is one of the few reasons why people are medically required to adhere to a strict gluten-free diet. A recent study done by Rutgers ... View the full article
  11. The 504 Plan stems from Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. This section prevents discrimination against public school students in grades kindergarten through 12 because of disabilities. A 504 plan is meant to "remove barriers" to learning by providing a specific outline on how to make accommodations or modifications on a student-by-student basis. View the full article
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  13. People with food allergies, specifically Celiac disease or gluten intolerances, will have a safe place to sample food at the fifth annual Indianapolis ... View the full article
  14. We're all aware of how ##gluten free foods are the new cool. ... Where it is a great news for people who suffer from celiac disease or gluten intolerance ... View the full article
  15. Q: My friends are talking about gluten-free diets and gluten-free foods. ... In celiac disease, the immune system identifies gluten as a foreign invader ... View the full article