A Blogger A Day: Celiacs in the House
- Gluten-Free on a Carnival Cruise: This post was written by my 17-year-old daughter and actually receives the most traffic. I try not to take it personally that her post still gets more hits than any of mine, but folks are really researching travel and cruise options for gluten-free dining options and she had the answers.
- 30 Days to 50 series: This series included guest posts by bloggers Amy Green, Cheryl Harris, Dr. Jean Layton, Kim Bouldin and Erin Elberson. It helped me make time for me and my health. It shows the impact of celiac on a midlife mom who puts all her attention and healthcare dollars into getting the kids healthy, and neglecting to address her own issues related to celiac. I discovered just how low my Vitamin D levels were after consulting with registered dietitian Cheryl Harris.
- Cookbook page: I love doing cookbook reviews, so this new page shows just how many I did last year. I also got to meet a lot of those cookbook authors, which is one of the very best things about blogging.
For more of NFCA’s Celiac Awareness Month celebration, visit www.CeliacCentral.org/awarenessmonth.
Entry filed under: Cheryl. Tags: A Blogger A Day, Celiac Awareness Month, celiac disease, cooking, education, family, gluten, gluten-free, health, health risks, parents, personal stories, prevalence, social media, spreading awareness, take action.