Helpful Links

Advocate Children’s Hospital Celiac Center –  The only comprehensive center dedicated to treatment of celiac disease in Chicago’s northwest suburbs. The celiac center is dedicated to providing full-service medical care for the child and family.

Beyond Celiac – (formally The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness – NFCA) Drives diagnoses of celiac disease and other gluten-related disorders and improves the quality of life for those on a lifelong gluten-free diet.

Beyond Celiac’s List of Top Gluten Free Bloggers – Check out over 50+ bloggers with recipes, information, product suggestions, support and so much more.

Boston Children’s Hospital Celiac Disease Program – experts in the Celiac Disease Program are some of the best in the country when it comes to diagnosing and helping families manage celiac disease with a gluten-free lifestyle.

Celiac and the Beast – “…just a gluten free girl trying to survive in a world full of wheat”

Celiac Disease Foundation – Celiac Disease Foundation drives early diagnosis and treatment of celiac disease through advocacy, education and advancing research to improve the quality of life for all people affected by gluten-related disorders.

Delight Gluten Free Magazine – A national food & lifestyle publication for people with food allergies. Filled with fully illustrated and tested recipes, Delight offers sound advice and tips for people following a special diet, as well as culinary tips, inspiring stories, and a travel section.

FDA – Link to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for recall information.

Flippen Delicious – Recipes proving that “gluten free can be that good”

Find Me Gluten Free – A free website or app that helps you find gluten-free friendly restaurants. View restaurant contact information, ratings and reviews and even see menus.

GF Foodie – A website for people who love food, but live gluten-free. The website has lots of information including recipes, product conversions, kid menu options, product reviews, articles, blogs, and restaurants.

Gluten Free Certification Organization – Ever wonder what it takes to become a certified company?  Here is more information on being “certified gluten free.”

Gluten Free Drugs – Have you ever wondered if your medicine contains gluten (currently manufactures do not have to disclose their ingredients)? Here is a great source for gluten free medicine

Gluten Free Living Magazine – Leading the way to a happy, healthy gluten free life.

Gluten Free & More Magazine – (formally Living Without) The magazine for people with allergies and food sensitivities.

Gluten Free Restaurant Cards – Gluten free restaurant cards are for you to print out and take with you when you dine out at a restaurant, either at home or abroad (available in 54 languages).

Gluten Free Watchdog – Tests labeled gluten-free foods and also tests products that appear to be free of gluten-containing ingredients but are not labeled gluten-free. All product test results are posted, regardless of findings.  

Gluten Intolerance Group – Empowers the GF community through consumer support, advocacy and education.

Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures – Wholesome meals from my table to yours.  This site has a large GF section and many of the other recipes are easily converted to GF.

Mass General Hospital for Children Center for Celiac Research and Treatment – is dedicated to improving the quality of life for patients with celiac disease, while learning the cause of the disease and finding a cure.

Mayo Clinic – Information from one of the premier clinics in the US on Celiac Disease, Symptoms, Treatment and more.

Michigan Gluten Free Gal –  Support for your Celiac Disease diagnosis and gluten-free journey. Enjoy learning about new products, restaurant reviews and more!

National Celiac Association – non-profit working on behalf of people with celiac disease

No Gluten’s Top 50 Gluten Free Bloggers – Another great list of bloggers that can help you with your gluten free lifestyle.

Nourished Festival (formally the Gluten Free / Allergen Friendly Expo) – The Nourished Festival is the largest gluten free, allergy & special diet festival in the United States. The public is helped through vendor expositions, educational sessions, and online resources.

Simply Gluten Free Magazine – America s most popular gluten free magazine, serves as a complete gluten & allergen free, vegetarian, vegan & paleo lifestyle resource to provide knowledge, support & creative solutions through articles written by the field’s top writers & medical doctors – recipes, tips, medical & personal stories.

Spoonful! – a new app for gluten-free grocery shopping. Download from Apple or Google Play.

Stanford University Celiac Disease Program – only program in Northern California with a team of experts whose sole focus is caring for patients with celiac disease.

University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center – An international center of excellence providing comprehensive patient and professional education, expert diagnosis and treatment for both children and adults, groundbreaking bench and clinical research, and active leadership in advocacy efforts.

Vegetarian Mamma – Recipes that are free from meat, gluten (and sometimes dairy and nuts, too!)

Verywell Health –  is an award-winning online resource for reliable, understandable, and up-to-date health information on the medical topics that matter most to you – including celiac disease.