Good day to you.  I recently had the privilege to guest blog on Claire Baker’s blog:  So what CAN you eat?. Claire Baker is a wonderful advocate of celiac and glutenfree and I hope you check out her blog.  Please read more about Claire Baker via her biography:  About Claire Baker.  Via Twitter, here’s how you can reach Claire Baker.

Claire asked me to guest blog on the subject of a non-compliant, diagnosed celiac kid.  Little did she know, that non-compliant diagnosed celiac kid was me.

Here’s the opening of my guest blog on Claire Baker’s blog:

May is Celiac Awareness Month.  For my part, I’m GIVING AWAY electronic copies of my new cookbooklet, So What CAN You Eat? Gluten-Free Paleo Vegan (mostly) Recipes for Health and Weight Loss.  (It’ll be for sale at the Amazon Kindle Store later today.)  It has 19 fast, easy, nutritious, gluten-free recipes plus tips and strategies to support healthy living.To receive a copy, sign up for my mailing list at the home page of the website and you’ll receive an email with the link for the download. In addition, I will be doing a guest “blog” later in the month at http://iamjtheblog.wordpress.com/.  More details to follow.

Also in honor of Celiac Awareness Month, I invited GFDougie to write my first ever guest blog post. Dougie and I met via Twitter. His celiac history is very different from mine and his story of being a non-compliant celiac kid gives me empathy for my own kids who are growing up with their own special variety of “different.”

Good day to you. I’m going to take you on a personal journey of the how and why a kid blatantly cheats with gluten while having been diagnosed with celiac disease. I hope this personal journey will help you understand what you can do to help support and educate a celiac kid live gluten-free; and likewise, a celiac kid to gain the mental tools of fortitude and strength to obtain the courage to lead a gluten-free lifestyle.


Please read more of my guest blog on Claire Baker’s blog site here: http://www.clairebakerok.com/1/post/2012/04/pitfalls-of-a-pediatric-patient-diagnosed-with-celiac-disease.html
Research, educate, and advocate all celiac and gluten-free – and Celiac Disease Awareness for May.

Peace be with you.