Celiac Disease Resources
Getting diagnosed with celiac disease is tough, but it also opens up a whole world of possibilities. We’re here to help make the transition to a gluten-free diet easier, and created this page as a resource for you. Our survival guide is a perfect resource to teach you more about celiac disease and which foods to avoid. In addition, you can find gluten-free recipes on our website, and stay connected with our community on social media for tips & tricks on how to navigate living with celiac disease. In addition, look for the GFCO logo when shopping for foods to identify items that are safe.
What Do I Do Now?
Adjusting to a life with celiac disease can seem like a challenge, but there are plenty of gluten free options. You might even learn a few new recipes and visit some brand new restaurants while you feel your way around your new lifestyle. The most important ingredient to cut out of your diet is gluten – a protein commonly found in wheat and other grains, such as barley and rye. Gluten has gotten a lot of press lately and the gluten-free diet has become more mainstream. Naturally gluten-free foods include meat, vegetables, fruit and legumes, and now there are lots of pre-packaged snack options that are certified gluten free and safe for those with celiac disease.
There is also a wide variety of gluten-free flours and starches that can be used as substitutes in baking. Our products contain a handful of these, such as rice, sorghum and millet. Head to our Ingredient Glossary to learn more.
About Enjoy LIfe Foods
Enjoy Life was founded with the intent to help everyone enjoy safe, tasty treats, which is why all of our products are certified gluten-free! More than that, we hope to be a resource for those just beginning to live a gluten-free lifestyle.
If you have any questions about the gluten-free diet or lifestyle, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us! If you are concerned that you might have a health problem associated with gluten or other allergens, then we urge you to reach out to your physician.