Celiac Disease is a serious condition that forces you to change your entire lifestyle. If you have this condition, these 4 blogs might help you manage your condition.
Celiac Disease is an autoimmune disease. It comprises an abnormal response to gluten ingestion. This response causes damage in the small intestine. That is why most of the symptoms may occur in the digestive system.
Celiac disease affects 1 in 133 people worldwide.
To live with a condition like celiac disease can be difficult. Here are 4 blogs that can help you manage this illness.
The Fat Celiac
The Fat Celiac is a blog that covers topics that help anyone with celiac disease.
Its author is a woman who was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2013. The primary object of the blog is to offer scientifically accurate information and news. It also covers the blogger’s experiences and recipes.
Celiac and the Beast
Celiac and the Beast is a blog by a woman with celiac disease who is “trying to survive in a world full of wheat.”
The blogger shares her experiences and the hacks she has learned by living with celiac disease.
This blog includes a bath and beauty section, to help people to choose the best gluten-free products in that area. It also has a review, and a health and wellness section.
Chronically Gluten Free
Chronically Gluten Free is a guide for gluten-free living dedicated to people with celiac disease.
Its blogger, Angela, was diagnosed with celiac disease and casein intolerance. She started her blog as a gratitude response to all the blogs that helped her after being diagnosed.
This blog offers recipes, recommendations, and news.
No Gluten No Problem
No Gluten No Problem is a celiac disease blog authored by Pete and Kelli Bronski. The couple and their children are 100% gluten-free.
Pete was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2007, and his close family members were later diagnosed with the disease. The blog offers recipes and hacks for cooking with gluten-free substitutions.
Which of these blogs are you going to check out first?