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Sunday, July 8, 2012

Gluten Free Living Now Expo 2012


Gluten Free Living Now Expo 2012
Saturday, October 13th 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday, October 14th 9:00am to 2:30pm
Location: The Fountains, 502 E Carmel Drive, Carmel, IN 46032
Alessio Fasano, M.D. Center for Celiac Research
World’s most well-known expert on Celiac Disease
Sit back, listen to an informative lecture on Celiac Disease. Gain invaluable knowledge from the expert.

Itinerary and topics will be updated on our website listed below.

Other Experts will be speaking about the Gluten Free Lifestyle throughout this event

A portion of the proceeds from this event will be donated to the Center for Celiac Research (CFCR)

Cooking Demonstrations Foods and Services! Room for over 80 local & national gluten-free vendors
You will NOT want to miss the 2
nd Annual Gluten Free Expo
General Admission is $5. Children under 10 are free. Donations will be accepted at the door to support The Allergen Free Kid’s Camp & The Gluten Intolerant Food Program

Contact us today!
Shelia (317)771-6506 Email:  Tina (317)379-2350 Email:
Visit our website for registration updates and information

If you know of any companies that have great gluten free products, food,and restaurants with great gluten free menus that would like to participate....please feel free to contact me at my email
This year, although it is still in the early planning phase we plan on having a gluten free chef cook-off competition on Oct. 13th at the expo.

Friday, July 6, 2012

Beating the Heat

Now on a lighter note...

What are your favorite gluten free foods to enjoy on insanely hot days like today?

Prolapse and Celiac?

Okay, I apologize for getting all serious and personal on a Friday afternoon, but I'm hoping for some input, seeing as 88% of the "fans" on the Facebook page are female.

I was recently having a conversation with someone who wondered if by chance there is an increased incidence of pelvic organ prolapse among Celiacs. I'm not a medical professional of any sort, but it seemed to make sense that things "down there" could suffer negative effects, especially when paired with hysterectomy, menopause, childbirth, or other big events of that sort.

So anyhow, I'd love to hear your perspective on the matter. You can comment here anonymously or email me at I figure this might be something people aren't comfortable talking openly about (unlike gluten-fueled bowel movements), but maybe we should be talking about it...?