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Nancy Kotlowski

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About Nancy Kotlowski

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I am a 45 yr old working mom of 3 kids and a husband of 23 years who was just diagnosed with celiac disease. We both work full time, have 5 pets and a large house to keep up with. Finding the time to shop and cook for my family is time consuming and since the diagnosis it is even harder. I thought it would be cool to hear the other side of eating gluten-free and help out anyone in my position. Hope you enjoy the blog.

  1. Well, It has been 11 months since my hubby's diagnosis and what a ride.  At first the doctor scared him straight...that lasted all of 3 months, and since then he has been going down hill and especially in the last 3 months.  I cook gluten-free and then he hits a few Oreo cookies. ...
  2. Wow,  I cannot believe that it is time to move onto 2010.  Where the heck did 2009 go?  What a year.  I personally am glad to see it go and good riddance to it.  It was a year of 3 brain surgeries for me and a celiac diagnosis for my husband.  Honestly, I think I won...
  3. Good Morning Everyone,It has been sometime since I have checked in and for that I apologize.   The gluten-free diet is going well but a little boring.  I did discover a new product (well new to me).  I was shopping at my local Redners a few weeks back.  I was picking up the...
  4. Last weekend all 5 of us went to Hershey Park. What an experience to have with a celiac! We did search the official website for Hershey Park and was happy to see they offered a page listing all the ingredients of the food at the park.  There was one place that had gluten free hamburger buns...
  5. Good Morning All!  Well as good as it can be considering it is Monday.  I have to tell you all how important  a great support system is when it comes to celiac disease.  As the only cook in my house for my husband I cannot tell you what a blessing it is to have friends and...
  6. Good Morning all,  Sorry I have not written in a few days.  We have be busy like all of you.  Friday night my husband and I went to our favorite place to eat (since the diagnosis).  Pizzeria Uno. The most fascinating thing happen.  We were sitting there eating our food...
  7. As soon as the diagnosis of celiac disease came, the doctor told us he would refer us to a really good dietitian.  We were very excited to get in front of her because we had so many questions.  As with anything else, the more information you get the more you need so you can filter through...
  8. First thing this morning I read a post on the gluten-free forum regarding a husband who has celiac disease, while his wife does not.  It was like reading about myself.  Sometimes we may feel that the person in our lives who has celiac disease is not interested in taking a hand in the treatment...