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June 19, 2016

A Message To Men: What it Takes To Be A "Real Man" (From The Mind of a 19 Year Old)

Now I know what you're thinking when you see this headline. "A real man? Who is he to say what a real man is?" "He's only 19 years old? What does he know? He's still so young!" I'm going to stop you right there with this one sentence. A "real man" is whoever you want it to be. There is no set of guidelines that you have to follow to be a "real man." Some may say, "Well what about being strong? Never crying? Owning luxurious things? Being muscular? Having a nice woman in your life?" To those people, I ask you, how do you define something as being manly in the first place? What about those men who are not physically strong, men who are comfortable showing emotion, men who do not have a lot of money, men who are not muscular, men who are not straight but identify themselves as gay. Does that make them any less of a man compared to the next guy? With today's society, a lot of people would think, yes. On Father's Day, I'm here to set a new norm and share the things that I think create not only a "great man", but a great human being.

June 14, 2016

The 2 New Flavors of Coconut Bliss Dairy Free Ice Cream Are Amazing

I'm always at a stand still when it comes to deciding what gluten-free and dairy free ice cream is my favorite. That being said, any chance I get to try some new ones is always completely fine by me :) Coconut Bliss is one of my favorite ice cream companies due to the quality gluten-free and dairy free ingredients used in every single flavor. I got lucky enough to try their 2 brand new flavors and I have to say that they are ones that you have to try this summer too.

June 8, 2016

The Best Tips For Being Gluten Free at Cookouts (Shared by 8 Gluten Free Bloggers)

Celiac Diseas The summer is here which means that school is finally out and cookouts are bound to happen. Pool parties, summer grill outs, family road trips. All of these are a part of the summer and almost all of them involve food! It can be hard to be gluten-free at a cookout when there's burgers, hot dog buns, desserts, and many other gluten-filled foods all around. Of course, you can't just avoid the cookout all together. Here are our top tips for being gluten-free at cookouts to help you get through the summer!

June 1, 2016

Key Vitamins That You Need While Living Gluten Free

In the past, I've briefly shared on how important it is to take vitamin supplements after going gluten-free. In fact, I even did a video on it! (Man, I looked so young) Now since this is a topic that has tons of information on it, I'd like to share with you the facts but also share my personal experience with it as well. It's important to note that every single person is different and my celiac is not your celiac. However, vitamin deficiency is something that every celiac or gluten intolerant person deals with after going gluten-free and it's something that definitely needs to be addressed.

May 23, 2016

Super Easy No Boil Gluten Free And Vegan Lasagna

Since going gluten-free, I've struggled to find a good noodle for lasagna. It may be because I'm not a huge fan of lasagna so I wouldn't look for it extensively anyways. But everyone that I've talked to has told me time and time again that they cannot find a good noodle for the base. With my job, I constantly get introduced to new products. Pastas, bars, cookies, mixes, you name it. So when I got the chance to come across this new Explore Cuisine Green Lentil Lasagna noodle on complete, accident, I was extremely surprised.

May 16, 2016

The Best Tips For Raising Celiac Awareness (Shared by 8 Gluten Free Bloggers)

Celiac Disease Awareness Month comes around every year and us bloggers always scramble to try and figure out something big to do. Some bloggers do campaigns like Raising Jack With Celiac, Celiac and the Beast, or myself. Others wear shirts and post a bunch about celiac disease to spread the word. That's great for us bloggers to do, but what about you? Each featured blogger for May decided to share their #1 tip for raising celiac awareness. They are all things that you can do on your own not just in the month of May, but throughout the entire year too.

May 8, 2016

Happy Mother's Day to All Moms - From GlutenAway

Happy Mother's Day to my mom and all of the other moms out there parenting a child who is gluten-free or a child who has any other food allergy! This day is all about thanking you for being the awesome person that you are. I know my mom is the best person I know who makes me a better person, day in and day out. Without her, I wouldn't be where I am today with my food allergies or anything else in life. She's allowed me to live the best life possible just like many of you moms who allow for your child to live the best life possible too. Thank you for being such amazing people in this world and for allowing us kids (even though I'm now a young adult) to feel normal again with our food allergies. We don't know what we would do without you. Happy Mother's Day!

April 25, 2016

30 Days of Periscope For Celiac Awareness Month

This Celiac Awareness Month, Erica Dermer from Celiac and the Beast and I decided that we wanted to do something special. This month, we will be doing a Periscope video every day of the month on a gluten-free topic of choice for the entire month. Our goal with this campaign is to share as much gluten-free information as possible and to help as many people as possible too! May is all about spreading awareness for celiac disease and helping others. So make sure to tune in to us when we go live May 1st - May 31st since we'll be doing a video each day all month long!