Visit Other Celiacs
While Celiac Disease is a medical condition, the people who
have the disease are more than the sum of their doctor's bills!
Many of us talk about what it's like to be a celiac and how we
were diagnosed, and how we cope. Some don't care to talk. But if
you're interested in people, please feel free to visit some of
the links listed below!
- Celiac Support Groups
- Visit this page for links to celiac support groups in the
U.S. and world-wide.
Gluten-Free Page - Celiac Disease/Gluten Intolerance Web
- Don Wiss' site has a lot of links to other sites of
interest to celiacs and their friends. This is one of the
more comprehensive sites on the Net.
- Articles including a thesis called, "Application of
the Exorphin Hypothesis to Attention Deficit
Disorder: A Theoretical Framework"
- This is one of the most asked questions: "Is there a
gluten-free beer?" This site answers that question,
and more -- about ongoing study of how to make a
- Here's another site on the subject of gluten-free beer.
- Jewish Celiacs
- Challenged by coping with a doubly-restrictive diet? Here's information
on keeping kosher while maintaining a gluten-free diet.
- Gluten-Free in
- Written by a celiac who lives there and knows the place well, here is a
resource for those visiting Toronto, Ontario (Canada, of course).
- Oh! How I'd love to visit this Bed & Breakfast in the
Adelaide Hills. If you're traveling to Australia, you
could enjoy a gluten-free meal and some quiet relaxation
- Carries most of the archives from the celiac list right
on his massive website. There are also numerous articles
by respected researchers in the field, here.
- Is a registered dietician and a celiac, with a very
- Four celiacs in one family! This site also has a database
of gluten-free drugs and vitamins. A terrific resource.
- Deanna's Celiac
and Diabetic's Pages
- A new website with recipes for the even more demanding
diet of those who have both celiac disease and diabetes.
- A celiac site for celiac kids, by a celiac kid. Great!
- A brightly styled home page, with celiac links and more.
- Lucy Shriver
- Focuses on cooking gluten-free, lives in Texas, and she
has a discussion group, too. (Sounds a lot like me!
- Scott Adams
- Is another with a site full of good information and links
to more good information.
- Don can often be found on the #celiac channel on IRC
chat, but if you visit his web page, you can put a face
to that "romrider" handle...
- This is my favorite site on this list, not because of the
content -- though there's a lot of good information here
-- but more because of the writer's style. Visit
Australia! and grab that macaroon recipe while you're
and Chuck's Phunny Pharm
- "Belly Acres" is an appropriate name for the
home of celiacs, isn't it! Ellen also has Hashimotos,
another autoimmune syndrome.
- Most of this site is in Italian but, gosh, can you
imagine living in the land of pasta and good crusty
Italian bread and trying to live gluten-free?
- Starts with genealogy and goes on to create pages to help
celiacs contact manufacturers.
and her son, Taylor
- Taylor is about the same age as my son Ted, and like Ted,
he's a celiac. Treasure suspects she, too, may be a
celiac (hmmm what is it about being pregnant and
developing celiac disease?). Follow their adventures in
links from their home page.
- Amy's Shrine
- Amy's irreverence shines through here.
Is It FMS, CMS, or Celiac Disease?
- Follow Abigail's adventures as she strives for a
diagnosis. A compellingly told story, plus links.
- Paul's Home Page (Temporarily on Hiatus)
- Contains some background on celiac disease, as well as a
lot of nice links showing his wide-ranging interests.
If you'd like to have your site added to this page, please
drop me an Email Message and
include your URL. I'll check it out, and include it if it fits
Copyright 1998 Linda
Blanchard. Date Added: February 10, 1998. Last Update: January 07, 2009