I was diagnosed with Celiacs in 2005. It had been a long road getting there and finally going gluten free. I was not the first member of my family to develop Celiacs — my sister beat me to it. In fact, she was the one who recognized the symptoms — that she had once fought for so long trying to get physicians to recognize — in me.

Luckily, recognition and acceptance of the disorder had become significantly more widespread in the meantime.  Living with Celiacs — or any other food intolerance or allergy — can be extremely difficult in a world geared towards general mass consumption. Luckily, recent years have opened up a myriad of options. And our options continue to expand.

The Boston area is no exception. Scores of restaurants now offer dining options and most grocery chains have a decent sized section for special diets. Many of these have a huge selection of options. This site will seek to explore our options and the associated issues.

Please note that I am not a medical professional. My discussions and recommendations here are solely my opinions based on personal experience and research. However, nothing should be taken as professional advice. Please consult your physician before taking any actions regarding your health.


Contact:  info@bostonceliac.com