You will find that I am a research junky, I have tons of information saved. I thought theses sites were helpful when I was first diagnosed.
University of Chicago, Celiac Center.
What is Gluten?
Hidden Sources Of Gluten
You will find gluten in items you wouldn’t think of
Gluten Free Diet: Author: Frank W. Jackson, M.D.
List foods that are safe and those that are questionable
Confirmed Gluten-Free Drugs and Medications
Gluten Free Registry. Type in city and state and it will give you safe gluten-free restaurants
A list of gluten free prescription medications
My favorite social networks
These are the best networks I feel if you want information, ask questions and find people who can give support.
Don’t Eat That: This social site is run by a great lady named Jayne Aston, she runs several blogs with great information. There are a number of groups you can join based on your needs. Articles and videos are also on site and you can design your page yourself.
The Celiac Diva: This is another site run by another great lady who has a Facebook page where you can get tons of help and or she has an internet show which is very informative and she blogs
Gluten Free Networks: Here is another site where you can join all kinds of groups and meet new people with similar needs. This site is run by a gentleman named John Libonati. Lots of great articles and information
Simply…. Gluten Free: This site is great, the beautiful lady that runs this site is a television chef, freelance writer and cookbook author, so not only do you get great recipes you also get a lot of information. She also has giveaways which is really nice.
Gluten Free Gigi: This site is run by yet another great girl, tons of product information, great recipes and she is also a food writer and a contributor for Health Central, an online support and wellness community providing trusted information for a variety of conditions.