celiac awareness

Chef to Plate International Awareness Campaign

 

In my work as a children’s author, researcher, and humanitarian, I am always looking for ways to help people with celiac disease or who are gluten-sensitive by raising awareness and making the gluten-free diet easier to maintain. Therefore, I’m incredibly excited to announce the Gluten Intolerance Group of North America’s 2010 campaign, which you can find out more information about at the following link: http://gluten.net/events.php. This campaign will help to spread awareness about celiac disease and gluten intolerance by partnering up with restaurants that offer gluten-free foods.

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Acts of Kindness, Advice, gluten-free, healthy eating, Helpful Tips, humanitarian, Research
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How is Sjögren’s Syndrome Diagnosed?

 

 

There are several ways to test for Sjögren’s which I have added below, even though I have an Article on this very topic posted at the Gluten Free Help website.

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Advice, gluten-free, Helpful Tips, humanitarian, Research, women
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Going Blind! by Sandi Star, CCN

 

I remember using a ton of eye drops and never getting any relief. I was finding pieces of Sclera (the white, dense, fibrous outer coating of the eyeball) inside the lids and I was getting scarring. I was working full time and going to school at night; looking at a computer screen all day and books all night made it much worse! The lights at night were a big blur and I couldn’t focus at all. My eyes were literally drying up. I was having ongoing eye infections. To say the least I was going blind and was petrified.  I couldn’t wear contacts to save my life. They would pop right out or worse, get caught in the corner of my eye.

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Advice, gluten-free, healthy eating, Helpful Tips, Research, women
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Misdiagnosing Has to Stop

Aside from my role as a children’s author, many of you are also aware that I am an avid supporter of Celiac Disease Research and that I am very involved in a major project to gain government support for the only auto-immune disease which the government does not support. Why? Because the drug companies and pharmacies do not make money off of this disease because the simple solution is to abstain from the gluten in their diet. 

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Acts of Kindness, Cupcake Parties, Cupcake Party, Events, gluten-free
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Exciting news! Tina Turbin to Announce her Cause at Pasadena City College Orchestra Concert

Sexson auditorium

John A. Sexson Auditorium – main performing arts venue on the campus of the Pasadena City College.

I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work with the distinguished conductor of the Pasadena City College Orchestra.

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Book Tour, CD, Children's Book, Childrens' Literature, Danny the Dragon CD, Events, music
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