Welcome to Gluten Free Children
Feeding Tips for Kids Growing Up Gluten-Free
Whether your child has celiac disease, or gluten intolerance, we’re here to support you and your gluten-free family.
You’ll find expert nutrition tips and advice to help your gluten-free champ grow and thrive, just like they’re supposed to.
Living gluten-free can be especially difficult for families with children. Children often have different taste preferences and may not fully understand why avoiding foods with gluten is the best thing for their health. Our website provides tips and tricks to help you and your children adjust to a gluten-free lifestyle.
In addition to resources for families, we also offer information on celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity. Understanding the causes and symptoms of these conditions is an important step in managing a gluten-free lifestyle.
We know that managing a gluten-free diet for your family can be challenging, especially when it comes to finding safe and delicious foods. We’ve created a place for you to get the tools and support you need to make gluten-free living easier.
About Gluten-Free Children
I’m Gaby, and I want to welcome you to Gluten-Free Children. If you peeped the logo, you might notice an adventurous little girl with a big personality. That’s my resilient, full-of-life daughter Charlotte, who was diagnosed with Celiac disease in March 2023.
You might be here because your family has Celiac disease, gluten intolerance, or gluten sensitivity. Let’s be real; feeding littles is HARD. Throw a special diet into the mix, and you may feel like you no longer know how to give your child what they need.
You’re in good company if you need some support in raising healthy kiddos while living gluten-free.
This blog offers easy-to-understand, science-based nutrition information for gluten-free families. I write about topics related to gluten-free eating and how to use that information realistically for your family.
Finding content you can trust isn’t always easy. The content includes references to peer-reviewed research articles, academic textbooks, and trustworthy websites (life government or educational institutions).
In the future, I will offer additional resources to help you live a gluten-free life, including recipes, product round-ups, and video content!
But, for now, all content is written by me, Gaby McPherson, MS, RDN, LDN and reviewed by Dahlia Rimmon, MS, RDN, LDN.
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