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    • Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Just glanced through Child magazine last night. There were a couple of references to children with food allergies. The "Recipe Finder" is about "Allergy Free Meals" with a focus on wheat-free recipes for "children with food allergies". It looks like all but 1 of the recipes are gluten-free. I wish they noted that the first recipe for "Wheat Free Chicken Bites" was not suitable for those on gluten-free diets (it uses rice crispies). So many well-meaning people (friends and relatives) may make this for celiac kids not knowing...

In the same issue, in the "Etiquette Corner" the first question is about a child on a gluten-free diet -- and the mom's problem with the grandma feeding all the other grandchildren pizza while her daughter had to eat gluten-free food.

While the press isn't perfect... it is great that these topics are being covered in national publications!


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