GFAF: Beyond The Expo

IMG_0656 I have become a huge fan and a new customer of many of the products and brands that I have discovered over the past two Gluten Free and Allergen Friendly Expos.  Many might think that I am just a blogger and only go to these events for fun since I do not have Celiac Disease or any food allergies.  I have actually become more health conscious and been able to share great information with friends and readers who have dietary restrictions. 

Getting a diagnosis of Celiac Disease or a food allergy is not the end of the world.  It doesn’t mean you have to eat dirt flavored food.  It doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy a meal ever again.  There are SO many things that I buy now that I would have never tried in the past because I figured they would be bland or boring since they were “gluten-free”. 

I look forward each year to learning about new companies and new products from brands that I already love.  There are things you should know before you go gluten-free, so be aware of the nutrients you may lose and know how to replace them. 

I have favorite products from the expo that are in all categories of food from seasonings to decadent desserts.  Let me tell you about a few of the new staples in my home…

  • Love Grown Foods – Their Super Oats are like amazing little instant oatmeal packets.  Full of good ingredients to fill you up in the morning!
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Review: Baby Love Reusable Food Pouches with Giveaway


I am being compensated for my time put into writing up this review and for thoroughly reviewing this product from Baby Maya Products.  The compensation, which may be free products or cash/PayPal, does not alter or influence any of the opinions expressed in this blog. 

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We are already big fans of those reusable baby food pouches, so I was looking forward to trying the Baby Love Reusable Food Pouches by Baby Maya Products. […]

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Food Allergen Identity Crisis: Identifying Peanuts

Food Allergen Identity Crisis: Peanuts | #foodallergies | crunchyfamily.com

One of the most unfortunate aspects of having food allergies is that allergens may not always be listed as clearly on the ingredients list.

I’m starting a series that lists the alternate identities of various allergens, starting with peanuts, to potentially aide in the identifying allergens for those with allergies, families of those with allergies, and people in general. […]

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