Making the transition to a gluten-free lifestyle can be intimidating at first because of all the changes you have to make to your diet. However when youâ€™re able to connect with other people who are also battling the same disease that you are it can help make things a little more bearable. These five bloggers are dedicated to living a gluten-free lifestyle and show that it can be accomplished with a little elbow grease and a few tweaks to your lifestyle. So when youâ€™re in need of a pick-me-up, a good recipe, or even just a little confirmation that you can and will still have a normal life, just open up your internet browser and click over to one of these blogs:
1. Celiac Chicks
The blog started following two girls, Kelly and Kim, on their gluten free quest, however is now mainly authored by Kelly. For years she has tried to put a positive spin on living alife without gluten, as so many view it as a detriment when it really can be a blessing in disguise. Youâ€™ll be able to find recipes, restaurants, products, and more that all will help you find the silver-lining in a gluten free lifestyle.
2. Clean Eating Chelsey
Chelseyâ€™s blog is stuffed to the gills with fabulous gluten-free recipes that will have you drooling immediately, especially because her knack for photography highlights the deliciousness of each morsel. Her blog is funny and real, and she has a very relatable journey that she is very candid about sharing, making it a must-read for anyone who is struggling with accepting gluten intolerance and needs a dose of optimism and humor.
3. Gluten Free Goddess
Karina takes you through her life without gluten with an airy, whimsical touch. She provides readers with a wealth of tips and resources for establishing a gluten free diet, an e-book chock full of her best-loved recipes, and a reminder to really stop and appreciate all that life has to offer. Her writing is inspiring and fresh, which is a nice change from the negativity we typically encounter in daily life.
4. Elanaâ€™s Pantry
When Elena and her son were both diagnosed with Celiac disease she was faced with the dilemma of providing her family with delicious meals that didnâ€™t compromise her and her sonâ€™s disease. She met this challenge head on and you are able to reap the benefits of her toiling in the kitchen. She has hundreds of recipes that will satisfy even the pickiest of eaters and youâ€™re sure to fall in love with her website as soon as you start reading.
5. Gluten Free Steve
The blogging world â€“ especially the healthy living/recipe blogging world â€“ tends to be dominated with successful female bloggers. However, Steve shows that you can be male and provide readers with fabulous recipes and a healthy outlook on life. Since 2006 he has been gluten free and has made it his mission to provide gluten free individuals with all the resources they need to prevail.
Many of the blogs also are vegetarian, vegan, or have other food intolerances as well, and prove that life doesnâ€™t end with a frustrating diagnosis. If youâ€™re diagnosed with Celiac disease or a gluten intolerance these blogs will help you navigate your way through battling these hurdles with a smile and a delicious meal.
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