Benefit Dinner in Chicago for Celiac Disease 2008

Gluten-free restaurants featured in the University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center’s Annual Benefit are: Adobo Grill, Anthony’s Italian Chop House, Ben Pao Chinese Restaurant, Cafe Ba Ba Reeba, City Park Grill, Da Luciano’s, Flemings Prime Steak House and Wine Bar, Gluten Free and Fabulous, Impromptu Wine Bar Cafe, Marcello’s, Father and Son Pizza, Mon Ami Gabi, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, Rise and Shine Desserts, Roh and Jo’s Gluten Free Sweets, Rose’s Wheat Free Bakery and Cafe, Swirlz Cupcakes, The Balanced Kitchen, Vinci, and Wildfire. (…)

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Corn and Gluten Allergies: Shopping Tips to Help You get Started

Are you recently diagnosed? This gluten and corn allergies getting started guide will help you take the guesswork out of managing your corn and gluten free diet. Corn and gluten free diet followers have to be very careful about how they shop and what they eat. I’ve decided to put together a set of shopping tips for the gluten and corn free diet to help folks get started. You can easily learn how to easily manage a gluten and corn free diet through Healthy Family’s many resources. So take advantage of them! (…)

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Free Celiac Screening through University of Chicago

The University of Chicago is hosting their annual free Celiac disease blood screening on Saturday, October 6, 2007. PRE-REGISTRATION is required and begins August 15th. If you or a loved one suspects you may have this disease and you are in the Chicago area, call to make a reservation at: (…)

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Gluten and Corn free Diet Shopping Tips for Food Allergy Sufferers

If you are new a gluten and corn free diet but you’ve been gluten free awhile, you will be disappointed to learn that corn is not considered a major allergen in the U.S. and is not regulated or labeled in food products as an allergen. There is just simply no law to protect people suffering from corn allergies. Since manufacturers are not accountable, labeling becomes a nefarious process of calling for verification and getting cross contaminated to whittle down safe products and reliable companies. (…)

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