After 40+ years with allergic, anaphylactic, autoimmune, neurological, gastrointestinal, and more lovely health challenges, I was sent in for an upper endoscopy celiac test.  Funny, I didn't believe it necessary, as five years earlier I'd already cut gluten from my diet.  Or so I thought.  But the gastroenterologist took a look inside and said I had celiac disease, I was somehow still getting gluten into my body, I needed to figure out where it was coming from, and it needed to stop.  Below are a few of my favorite gluten-free resources.



The Essential Gluten-Free Restaurant Guide | Allergy Eats | Yelp ("gluten-free")



Most healthier food restaurants have gluten-free options.  But if it's not listed, be sure to ask. Unmarked options are often available for celiacs.