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About Kyle Eslick: Kyle Eslick is the founder of Gluten Free Media, as well as the creator of the popular Celiac Support Groups page. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, and now Google+!


Recent Posts by Kyle Eslick:


Dec 31 2015

Celiac-Disease.com Going On Hiatus

Websites can be expensive to run, ranging from bandwidth costs to paying writers, and Celiac-Disease.com is no exception. Over the past 8 years, this website has been supported by advertisements and the sponsorship of several gluten-free companies, helping us to keep the virtual lights on. Unfortunately, the internet landscape has changed quite a bit in […]

Dec 31 2012

No Easy Meal: Why I wrote Gluten Free in Afghanistan

CPT B. Donald Andrasik’s mission when writing his memoir Gluten Free in Afghanistan was to promote acceptance and increase options for our gluten free service members. Maintaining a gluten free (GF) diet is difficult for anybody. The extra cost and vigilance required to maintain a gluten free diet far exceeds the relative ease most people […]

Oct 24 2012

Preparing for a Gluten Free Wedding

These days there are so many people who are more sensitive as to what they are eating and putting in their bodies. Whether it is just for a diet or for a food allergy, the most conscious of wedding planners will provide different dining options for all their guests needs. Being attentive of a guest’s needs prior […]

Sep 10 2012

A Guide to Dining Out Gluten-Free

Living with celiac disease brings on many struggles. With having to adjust to a new diet, learning a new lifestyle, and managing a difficult illness, it can be a very isolating experience for some. It’s easy to fall into patterns of isolation when you live with such a seemingly restricted diet. That being said, there […]

Aug 17 2012

Oral Manifestations of Celiac Disease

While Celiac Disease (CD) is an internal condition that has to do with the small intestine’s inability to process gluten and absorb food nutrients properly, dentists may often see if and when the condition is present just by looking at the teeth. Celiac Disease, most commonly developing in children, does not begin to show symptoms […]