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A Cool Resource For Kids
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Someone suggested I check out the GIG website. They have a neat magazine on line of kids. Please check it out. gluten.net Hope it helps. I'm going to share it with my kids. They don't have it but I do. It may help them in dealing with the life style we need to live.

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Someone suggested I check out the GIG website. They have a neat magazine on line of kids. Please check it out. gluten.net Hope it helps. I'm going to share it with my kids. They don't have it but I do. It may help them in dealing with the life style we need to live.

hey thanks! much needed. the kids always feel they need to explain their less than yummy diet to people-i want them to see it as a good thing!

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I'm glad someone else thought it was good. I was starting to think I was the only one. I think the story of Sweet Hearts is our story too, don't you think? If you are the child or the parent, you can relate! Thanks so much to the mom and daughter who write it.

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Thank you! This is great. My daughter is newly diagnosed and I know that this will help her cope. I can't wait to show it to her!

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Glad it is of help to you. I think the message here is for adults almost more than kids. I'm thinking of getting involved in GIG's restaurant Awareness program. This would be a splendid way to teach adults in the restaurant industry what life is like for the celiac population. Don't you think?:D

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Glad it is of help to you. I think the message here is for adults almost more than kids. I'm thinking of getting involved in GIG's restaurant Awareness program. This would be a splendid way to teach adults in the restaurant industry what life is like for the celiac population. Don't you think?:D

She was absolutely delighted about the Girl Scout cookie recipes. That was something she was already missing the thought of. This completely eliminated that complaint!

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