As much as I’d like to think that my gluten-free blog is all you need if you want to learn about celiac disease and living gluten free (and for those who think that…I love you!), there are many voices out there who do a wonderful job as well. It would serve you well to follow these talented bloggers.
And just to make this perfectly clear, you should follow them IN ADDITION to me, not INSTEAD of me.
Anne approaches her disease with a great sense of humor and writing style. She is (mostly) a vegan and is now experimenting going dairy-free as well. Whether she is sharing her stories, her challenges or her recipes, it’s always an interesting read.
This site is actually just run by one chick now, but nonetheless, Kelly does an amazing job covering all aspects of celiac disease. She started the blog in 2003 (way before gluten hit the mainstream) and has been featured in the New York Times, New York Post and Huffington Post, plus many others.
Jules Gluten Free
Jules is a chef, an author, a teacher (cooking classes) and an advocate for all things gluten free. She even created her own gluten free flour, which took over two years to perfect. She’s been on TV, the radio, online and in print and her blog is full of incredible recipes and wonderful resources.
The Celiac Diva
The Celiac Diva, run by the bubbly Lauren-Lucille V., is an online show dishing all things gluten free. Lauren’s specialty is videos. Whether she is interviewing gluten-free food executives or dishing on the latest recipe, her videos are always informative and entertaining. 35,000 Facebook fans can’t be wrong.
The Savvy Celiac
With a background in television news, Amy has a great knack for effectively getting her message across. The blog is for parents of celiacs as well as adult celiacs and provides information to empower you to fight for your health and maintain the gluten-free lifestyle.
With over 42,000 Facebook fans and 9,000 Twitter followers, Karina is all about providing exceptional gluten free recipes, with the focus on fresh, seasonal ingredients and creativity in the kitchen. You can search her recipes by season, by ingredient or by meal. Try her recipes…you won’t be sorry.
Gluten Free Fitness
Erin puts the focus on nutrition and exercise for the gluten free. She holds a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy and a Bachelor’s in Health Science, as well as being a celiac, so she certainly knows what she is talking out. She’s all about helping people make positive choices for nutrition and lifestyle.
Gluten Free Fun
Erin covers it all in her five year old blog. From restaurant and product reviews, to industry news, to delicious recipes, she has been gluten-free for 30 years (I cannot comprehend this) and her experience shines through.
So there you have it. Eight gluten free bloggers who will do you right. I’m sure there are more out there. As a matter of fact, The Gluten Free Girl is an amazing blogger who has such a way with words, but she is on a bit of a sabbatical right now, which is the only reason I didn’t include her on the list. But you should still check her out.