Whether you are beginning a gluten-free lifestyle, researching a food sensitivity or looking for recipes, it can be overwhelming to sift through all of the resources out there. With this in mind, here are some of my go-to resources for gluten-free, dairy-free, peanut-free and soy-free topics.

Gluten Free Celiac Disease

Gluten Free Celiac Disease Concept

Gluten Free
There are a variety of reasons why someone chooses to eat a gluten-free diet, but the two most common are Celiac Disease and gluten sensitivity or gluten intolerance. This Mayo Clinic article does a good job defining gluten-related medical conditions. It’s also an excellent gluten-free lifestyle primer including information about medications and supplements.

Beyond Celiac offers downloadable guides and a comprehensive list of gluten-free grain alternatives.

When certain holidays roll around, Celiac Disease Foundation’s candy list is an excellent resource as is their information on how to read a food label.

Dairy Free
Not everyone who eats a dairy-free diet is vegan, however all vegans are dairy free, which is why Vegan.com is an excellent source for tips and advice on eating dairy free. If you are looking for alternatives to dairy products, check it out.

Go Dairy Free has some of everything with recipes, grocery guides and product reviews.

If you’re confused by the different terms you’ve seen, FARE breaks down the difference between a milk allergy versus lactose intolerance.

Online Recourses for MomsPeanut Free
It’s relatively easy to control ingredients inside your own home, but eating out can be daunting. This article explains cross contamination, how to avoid it and what to be aware of when eating at restaurants. Speaking of eating out, Allergy Eats is a restaurant guide/review site of allergy-friendly establishments.

Soy Free
I recently took a deep dive into soy in Let’s Talk About Soy. Check it out for the various names and ingredients that may disguise soy.

Luckily, there is a lot of crossover within these dietary needs and magazines like Gluten-Free Living and Simply Gluten Free offer more than just gluten-free resources. Take a look, you may be surprised by what you find.

Lastly, when in doubt Pinterest to the rescue. In case you haven’t visited my Pinterest page, I’m a big fan. When my go-to recipes have gone stale, Pinterest is there to help me discover new favorites.

Did I miss one of your favorite websites? Message me on Instagram @goodmanglutenfreebakery and I will check it out.

Not intended as medical advice. As always, read labels, talk to your physician and follow up on reviews/recommendations.