Is Your Child’s School Gluten-Free Cooperative?

Doesn’t your child deserve to

Eat Safe in the one place they spend

over half of their time?

 

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Here is a link from Udi’s Gluten Free Foods for the Top Ten Accommodating Colleges
http://udisglutenfree.com/2013/05/02/the-top-10-gluten-free-campuses/

Gluten Free School Programs Celiac Central

http://www.celiaccentral.org/schools/

Gluten Free Dining School Dining Services Training through Celiac Central

http://www.celiaccentral.org/great/schools/

 

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Comments

    • Laura McElroy Messer
    • September 9, 2014
    Reply

    No… they won’t even learn about it

    • Mellissa Beard
    • September 9, 2014
    Reply

    Thank the stars i don’t have school aged children i would not be very nice about a school not carrying to my child’s need

    • Janie K.
    • September 9, 2014
    Reply

    Yeah, great cartoon!!!

    • Jackie Lane Mass
    • September 9, 2014
    Reply

    My daughter was in high school when she was diagnosed with Celiac disease. She went to the school asking for accommodations and at first they were not very helpful, but then my daughter said 3 little letters… ADA and that changed the schools tune. They allowed her to use the microwave in the teacher’s lounge to heat up the food she brought from home. They also started to look into other ways to help by offering a special menu for her.

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Hi, I’m Kirsten

I am a Gluten Free Nutrition Consultant who’s goal it is to make the lives easier and healthier of those with Celiac disease and those that choose to live the gluten free lifestyle.

Living the gluten free lifestyle is not an easy one and can be very overwhelming: from testing to grocery shopping, to eating out and deglutening your own household, I am here to walk you through the process from beginning to end.  With tips, tricks, humor, healthy recipes and sometimes just an understanding ear, I will guide you seamlessly through.

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