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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: gfjules.com.
Other food allergy resource highlights in this series:
- Nut Free Wok by Sharon Wong
- No Nuts Moms Group by Lisa Rutter
- Go Dairy Free by Alisa Fleming
- Grateful Foodie by Caroline Moassessi
- Robynobrien.com by Robyn O'Brien
- Preschool Food Allergy Handbook by Lee and Francoeur
- Keeley McGuire Blog by Keeley McGuire
- Nutley the Nut-Free Squirrel by Stephanie Sorkin
- The Stepping Stones to Food Allergies by Tracy Bush
- Allergy Moms by Gina Clowes
- The No Nut Traveler by Lianne Mandelbaum
- FABlogCon by Jenny Sprague
- Nut Allergy Mom by Amanda West
- The Anaphylactic Allergy Podcast by Yael Walters Kozar
- Celiac and Allergy Friendly Epicurean by Jackie Ourman
- Gluten-Free Life Blog & Podcast by Jules Shepard
- Allergy Superheroes by Eileen and Dean Rhoadarmer