Inspiring Resource: Gluten-Free Life Blog & Podcast by Jules Shepard


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An estimated one in 133 people in the US suffer from celiac disease and the number is soaring, with 83% undiagnosed or misdiagnosed with other conditions. There is no treatment for the disease other than strict, 100% avoidance of gluten, not an easy task in today’s world of processed foods.

Jules Shepard is one of the foremost authorities on gluten-free living. A celiac sufferer herself diagnosed in 1999, she pioneered her own gluten-free flour formulations in addition to founding a blog and podcast dedicated to successfully adopting and maintaining a gluten-free lifestyle.

Besides a wonderful recipe library including a separate bread category, Jules’ site also provides information that helps tease the fact from fiction regarding celiac and gluten-free fads and trends.

To learn more about Jules and her Gluten-Free Life resources, visit her site at:

To browse other food allergy resources we recommend, visit our Inspiring Food Allergy Bloggers and Authors page.

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  1. I love hearing podcast like this because it talks about one thing which I am very enthusiast about, health. Thanks for sharing this one and making us all realize that we must be very observant in the kind of food we eat and make sure that we are not allergic on it.

  2. until recently I had a less common allergy to all legumes and seeds which was inconvenient but livable (add nightshade foods to the list).
    This year I became allergic to gluten! What I’ve discovered is that it’s hard to find gluten free products without legumes (pea protein, soy, peanut etc.) or seeds (flax especially). There is one store in town where I can buy a bean and seed free bread.
    It’s ridiculous! Beans and seeds in everything! It’s enough to make you sick (intended pun)!


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