Entries from June 2008

Gluten-Free Book Review: Life Disrupted-Getting Real About Chronic Illness


Gluten-Free Book Review: Life Disrupted-Getting Real About Chronic Illness

1 Comment 27 June 2008

Has adapting to a gluten-free diet or accepting that you have celiac disease been extremely hard for you? Are you dealing with an autoimmune disease or difficult medical condition in addition to celiac disease? Have you ever been frustrated while trying to live a full life despite your health? Do you need guidance on how […]

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Live From [Gluten-Free] Portland, Oregon


Live From [Gluten-Free] Portland, Oregon

7 Comments 19 June 2008

Kelly, Judy, and Don I’ve been in Portland, Oregon visiting my family. The little lady above, my mom, had back surgery for the second time on Monday. I’m happy to report that there were no complications and she is now recovering at home. I thought you might like to see the screws that they took […]

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FREE Gluten-Free Cookies In NYC

26 Comments 04 June 2008

Anyone in the mood for gluten-free cookies?  I have fifteen tubs (four cases) left of Dr. Laura’s Wholesome Junk Food Cookies to finish off!  I’m leaving for Portland, Oregon Thursday night and won’t be back for two weeks, so please don’t let these cookies go to waste! If you can get to midtown (51st & […]

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Gluten-Free White Mountain Adventure In New Hampshire

1 Comment 03 June 2008

Outdoor enthusiast Melinda Dennis, the Nutrition Coordinator at the Celiac Center in Boston, has teamed up with Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS Trek) as a gluten-free consultant in order to take individuals with celiac disease and gluten-intolerance on travel adventures. You can be part of this first adventure in the White Mountains and show EMS Trek […]

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Kelly Courson


Thanks for stopping by! I'm Kelly Courson and this is where I've shared my gluten-free finds since 2003. The world has been my gluten-free oyster for 14 years now and I love sharing what I've learned in order to help others adapt to a gluten-free diet. Have a look around and feel free to leave a comment. Connecting with people like you is what has kept me going this long! Seriously.

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