Monday, July 23, 2012


Life without gluten but a full head of hair!

Hi!  Welcome to the Gluten-Free Lifestyle!  I have been living gluten-free for the past 7 years since being diagnosed with Alopecia, an autoimmune condition that causes hair loss, and Celiac Disease.    Determined to not let my diagnosis of celiac disease interfere with my love of cooking and baking, I have created a collection of gluten-free recipes loved by non-gluten eaters and gluten eaters equally.  I hope this site will help people new to the gluten-free world realize that they do not have to give up good tasting food.

What You Will Find Here

These are the posts that you can expect to find on my site:

Gluten Free Recipes:  I will post gluten-free recipes that I have created and that I find that pass the taste of my toughest critic, my husband. :)

Celiac News: Any information, news, or resources that I find about celiac disease or gluten intolerance that I come across

Alopecia Support: Posted on the site will be an current new or support resources for people with alopecia, as well as a hair tricks and tips to cover up those troublesome bald spots.

Fitness:  Once I started eating gluten-free, I had the energy to start running again, one of my favorite pastimes!  I'll post information about my favorite places to run, upcoming races, and training tips for 5ks, 10Ks, half-marathons, and. gulp, marathons. :)

Home Improvement: After our wedding, my husband and I wanted to start our lives together in a new house and a gluten-free kitchen.  We didn't realize, however, that we would have to build it from scratch.  I'll share our journey of renovating our 1920's fixer to have a new layout and a gluten-free kitchen!

How to Contact Me

If you would like to get in touch with me, you can follow me on Twitter or Pinterest or like me on Facebook.  You can also email me at

1 comment:

  1. You are an inspiration to everyone dealing with an autoimmune disease! Good luck with the kitchen, you and your husband are brave.