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Gluten Free Resource Exchange – 2nd Annual

Tuesday, August 7 What is your the “go to” resource that supports your gluten free life? Perhaps it is a book you read when you first were diagnosed.  Or maybe it is the doctor or other health professional who has stuck by you through a difficult diagnostic  and recovery process.  You might read –or even write– … Continue reading

Tips and Techniques from Gluten Free Chefs

If you are new to gluten free cooking and want to know where to start or if you’re already cooking gluten free and looking for fresh inspiration, please come to our next meeting to hear from three local chefs, all of whom discovered their own gluten intolerance when they were well into their food-related careers. … Continue reading

Canker Sores, Grooves on Your Teeth or Gum Recession? Mouth Symptoms Can Indicate Gluten Intolerance/Celiac Disease

Many people, including dentists, are surprised to learn that gluten intolerance, including celiac disease, can manifest with symptoms in the mouth such as: • Tooth enamel defects, such as pitting, yellowing, calcification, grooves • Canker sores or ulcers • Misshapen teeth • Cavities • Gum recession • Infections Come learn more about how problems in … Continue reading

December Meeting – Tuesday, Dec. 6th at 6:30 pm

Meet Crock-Pot Diva, Stephanie O’Dea New York Times best selling author and award-winning blogger, Stephanie O’Dea, will join in our holiday potluck celebration. Please bring your favorite savory or sweet gluten free creation to share. Stephanie O’Dea’s websites and books have reached more than 12 million people from all over the world. Her award-winning blog, … Continue reading

Next Meeting: Gluten and the Brain

Gluten and the Brain Tuesday, February 8 at 7pm in the Community Room at the Town Center 770 Tamalpais Dr. Suite 201 Corte Madera 94925 Julie Griffith, MD, will speak on How Gluten Can Affect the Brain: From Seizures and Headaches to Anxiety and Inattention at GIG of Marin’s meeting on Tuesday, February 8 at … Continue reading