Children Archives - Celiac Disease
Jan 18 2014

Annie's Homegrown Valentine's Day Organic Fruit Snacks

Believe it or not, Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Soon school children everywhere will be exchanging Valentine’s Day treats with their classmates. Annie’s Homegrown has some really cute Valentine’s Day Bunny Fruit Snacks that are better for you than the traditional sugary candy hearts. Each box comes with 18 pouches of fruit snacks that have […]

Nov 14 2013

Review: 201 Gluten-Free Recipes for Kids

We all know that getting kids to eat a healthy variety of foods is not easy.  In fact, sometimes the only way to get fruits and veggies into kids is to disguise the foods or sneak them into something where they have a chance of going undetected.  Gluten-free kids are no different.  Not only do […]

Aug 1 2013

NFCA Offers Gluten-free College Tool Kit

Welcome to August!  I can’t believe it is almost time for the kids to head back to school.  Eating gluten-free at college can be a challenge, but thanks to the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA), it just got a little easier.  The Gluten-Free College Tool Kit can be downloaded directly from the NFCA website […]

Jul 25 2013

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Opens Celiac Disease Center

Jon was first diagnosed with Celiac Disease in the summer of 2006.  His pediatrician did the blood work, but once that came back positive, we were referred to a gastroenterologist at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.  While that GI doctor is no longer there, we began seeing Dr. Jolanda Denham shortly after Jon’s diagnosis.  Not only has […]

Mar 21 2013

Keeping Gluten-Free & Allergy Kids Safe

I was fortunate that Jon was already 10 years old when he was diagnosed with Celiac Disease.  This made eating at school and other places away from home much easier – not necessarily in food availability, but with Jon being able to say that he couldn’t have food that contains gluten.  I shudder to think […]