Newly Diagnosed

***PLEASE consult your doctor and/or nutritionist.

Ask your doctor (He/she should actually tell you without asking, but...) about the next steps after being diagnosed. I'm here to support you and your family as I wanted a place for support when we first started out on our gluten-free journey years ago.

I know, it's very overwhelming at first, finding out that your child has to live a gluten-free lifestyle. But I am here to tell you, that you and your child will overcome the fear and embrace the gluten-free lifestyle!

Here are some helpful, straight forward links that can help you get started on your gluten-free journey!


FOLLOW RAISING JACK - on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

GLUTEN-FREE - What is gluten-free, foods to watch out for, foods that are safe...

SCHOOL - what you need to know to keep your kiddo safe from gluten at school.

PARTIES - I know, tons of birthday parties + holidays. No worries, you got this.

GROCERY SHOPPING - Tips to gluten-free shopping.

RECIPES - here are some easy gluten-free recipes.

SNACKS/DESSERTS - There are a lot of options these days - no goldfish, but other options that will satisfy your gluten-free kiddo's tastebuds.

SUBSCRIBE - Gluten-Free & More Magazine is my favorite GF magazine - full of helpful tips, recipes and more.

ATTEND - Gluten-Free Expos are a great way to gain knowledge of gluten-free products, sampling products before you buy them and asking vendors questions about their products.
  • Gluten and Allergen Free Expo (GFAF Expo) - the premier gluten and allergen free event in the U.S. with 7 locations through-out the year. Over 150+ booths of vendors that will share with you food samples, coupons, gluten-free knowledge and more!
  • Food Allergy Bloggers Conference (FAB)  - Not just for bloggers, but for you as well! For anyone living with celiac disease or food allergies, this conference provides wonderful speakers, resources and more to help us along our celiac/food allergy journeys!



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