Eating gluten-free is not always easy. There is so much information out there about what you should eat, what you shouldn’t eat, where you should get your food, where you shouldn’t get your food, etc.
The new FDA gluten-free labeling rule has caused a lot of confusion in the gluten-free community. Lucky for you (and me), the National Foundation of Celiac Awareness has been working hard to clear up the conflicting information. They recently released a fact sheet from the NFCA Webinar “Understanding the FDA’s Gluten-Free Labeling Rule.” To view the fact sheet, click here. In my opinion, this is something that all gluten-free eaters should familiarize themselves with.
Also, in spirit of spreading information about gluten-free living, I wanted to remind everyone that the Gluten-Free Awareness Tour will be in Chicago Saturday-Sunday, Oct. 26-27.
At the event, you will meet top medical experts, watch live cooking demonstrations on the Rudi’s Gluten Free Bakery Stage and enjoy gluten-free food samples from dozens of local and national companies. For more information and a schedule of tour dates and locations, visit celiacawarenesstour.com.