A Blogger A Day: The WHOLE Gang
Blogs at: www.thewholegang.org
Tweets at: www.twitter.com/thewholegang
Like her at: The WHOLE Gang on Facebook; Friend her at: Diane Eblin on Facebook
On the bookshelf: The Gluten-Free Diner e-cookbook. Available at www.thewholegang.org/the-gluten-free-diner-cookbook
Why we’re fans: Diane has a ton of information on her blog – recipes, reviews, “Food Rock Star” profiles – but they’re laid out in a way that’s easy to digest. She’s a busy woman, organizing blog campaigns like the current 30 Days to Easy Gluten-Free Living (with some familiar faces), developing recipes and, this year, becoming a Certified Health Coach trained at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. We’ve had the pleasure of featuring some of her creations on our Recipe of the Week blog, so we’re glad she’s “taking it to the streets” to help others along their health journey.
Diane’s Story: I am gluten intolerant, my family has tested for gluten being a problem and we have autoimmune diseases that require a gluten free diet. I started my blog to keep track of all the resources I found and the recipes I was creating. Then people started to read it and it grew from there. Now it’s a wonderful community where people come to learn and share. It’s continually growing and changing and this year as I work through my studies at Integrative Nutrition I will be sharing much more than just recipes. Starting in July I will also be seeing clients as a Holistic Health Coach who specializes in helping people who have to give up certain foods.
According to Diane: The most wonderfully unexpected part of living gluten-free is the great friends I have made all around the world and how much I’ve learned from them, too.
A taste of The WHOLE Gang:
- Gluten-Free Kandy Kakes Recipe and Win This Cookbook
- 30 Days to a Food Revolution
- Recipe Round-Ups: Real Food Weekly (every Thursday) and Friday Foodie Fix
For more of NFCA’s Celiac Awareness Month celebration, visit www.CeliacCentral.org/awarenessmonth.
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