Katie Scarlett Pryor is a young lady with celiac disease who has written a series of books—The Princess Katie Books. I purchased her latest book entitled, Princess Katie and the Sweet Shop and loved it. The story is about a young girl who is sad because she can no longer eat her favorite bakeshop sweets after being told she has celiac disease. Her sadness doesn’t last long because she decides to learn how to make gluten-free sweets and open […]
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This morning Chad from the San Antonio Food Bank called me. https://safoodbank.org/
The food bank is able to accept food donations by mail. They are aware of the necessity of gluten-free food for folks with celiac disease and NCGS.
If you would like to donate food:
Please send non-perishable gluten-free food: Some possibilities include breakfast cereal, shelf-stable bread, such as Schar (please do not send food that must be kept in the freezer/fridge), Sun […]
In honor and in memory of Suzanne Simpson, Gluten Free Watchdog has started the Suzanne Simpson Subscriptions program. Dietitians may request complimentary subscriptions for patients with financial constraints who have both celiac disease and type 1 diabetes. This program is especially suited for patients with high antibody levels despite strict adherence to a gluten-free diet. Please contact me for more information.
The following is an email shared with the Gluten Free Watchdog community on July 19, 2016:
I am writing […]
There are now two subscription plans to choose from at Gluten Free Watchdog. The Watchdog plan ($4.99 monthly) gives you access to all new test reports plus the previous 3 months of testing reports. The Premium plan ($29.99 the first month and then $4.99 monthly) gives you access to all new test reports plus all 5 years of testing data (hundreds of reports).
Personal note from Gluten Free Watchdog founder Tricia Thompson:
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