A young person’s take on a mascot for celiac disease and a campaign to raise awareness

A young person’s take on a mascot for celiac disease and a campaign to raise awareness

Last week, Gluten Free Watchdog issued a call to action asking the community to brainstorm on a visually impactful and positive mascot to represent celiac disease—thank you so much for sharing your thoughts. The original idea included a chameleon. Their changing colors could represent the many and varied signs and symptoms of celiac disease. Please see https://www.glutenfreewatchdog.org/news/celiac-disease-awareness-month-call-to-action-the-celiac-disease-community-needs-a-mascot/

The daughter of a Gluten Free Watchdog community member drew this picture of a chameleon. She cleverly included various signs and symptoms on the body and wrote, “What you may or may not see, it is still going on in your body.”

Love, love, love this.

Please continue to send in your thoughts.

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  • Al
    Reply

    WOW! Great work!

    May 28, 2019 at 7:53 pm
  • Rosemary McCleod Reply

    wonderful. she must be artistically inclined.

    May 28, 2019 at 9:44 pm

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