Welcome to the Denver Chapter of the Celiac Support Association. Our mission is to foster health and well-being for those affected by Celiac Disease and gluten-related Disorders. Living a gluten-free lifestyle can be a lonely experience- but it doesn’t have to be! The Denver Celiac Support Association holds regular meetings that present the latest gluten disorder-related research, and provides helpful tips for avoiding gluten, including advice for coping with those awkward moments that can crop up when dining socially. We also offer gluten-free Neighborhood Noshes at local restaurants, access to a network of health practitioners specializing in gluten-related disorders, fun activities for children, and much more. Join us today and become a member of our community!
Please join your fellow Denver Celiacs at one of our favorite local breweries! This is always a fun event designed just for our members. Holidaily Brewing Co. is totally and absolutely gluten free. They are also Certified Gluten Free which is almost unheard of in the beer world. They have several varieties and flavors of 100% gluten free beer. And they are all wonderful! Signature beers include My Favorite Blonde and Fat Randy’s IPA. http://holidailybrewing.com/ourstory/ http://holidailybrewing.com/beers/ We’ve also got you covered with munchies to complement your chosen brew. Pambasos Authentic Mexican Food Truck will be on-location serving amazing food with many gluten free choices. A few of Holidaily’s employees, including the owner, eat gluten free and they love Pambasos. If you have special dietary restrictions or menu questions please feel free to contact them through the link here. https://www.facebook.com/Pambasos303/ Let’s grab a beer and support a local business who is an outstanding advocate for the gluten free community in Colorado. Please RSVP here.
Would you like to spend more time with gluten free friends? Would you like to improve your restaurant experience? Join Us for Neighborhood Nosh! Come share a meal and your restaurant experiences with someone who understands you! Reservations are required as space is limited. Each person pays their own tab. Tuesday – May 16th – 6pm Ali Baba Grill 109 N Rubey Dr, Golden CO Note: Restaurants are selected based upon gluten free availability and previous dining experience. Please use your own best judgment when ordering from any restaurant. RSVP: Donna DeVisser at email@example.com Karen Cranford at firstname.lastname@example.org Maryann Jordan at email@example.com
No Need To Get Screened For Celiac Unless You Have Symptoms, Panel Says
An interesting story on NPR this morning.
2017 Food Fair Registration is now open
Registration is now open for the 2017 Incredible, Edible Gluten-Free Food Fair. Click here for details
January 2017 Nosh Review
The west metro side of Denver saw a fun Neighborhood Nosh held at T-Street Roadhouse in Belmar recently. Donna DeVisser (Wheat Ridge & Arvada), Maryann Jordan (Lakewood) and Karen Cranford (Evergreen, Morrison and Golden) met up with 8 others at this location. T-Street has a gluten free menu and knows how to do it right to keep us celiacs safe. T-Street Roadhouse, located on Teller Street south of Alameda, has a number of burgers with gluten free buns that come with homemade chips or frites. Frites are like shoestring potatoes. The short rib enchiladas looked delicious with a sauce that had a little bite to it! The fish tacos, a cold entree, came with a mango salsa that was really good. Happy hour from 4-6 also has great prices on drinks. T-Street Roadhouse sits across from the movie theater and next to the skating rink on Teller Street. The rink was being worked on, but it would have been fun to watch the skaters while we ate. A good time was had by all, and lots of questions from a couple newbies were asked and answered. You do not have to belong to a particular neighborhood to take part in […]
Members of the Board of the Denver Celiac Support Association share a passion for encouraging others who are living with a gluten restriction. Each week one of us (or all of us!) will post some recommendations we hope will be helpful to newly diagnosed and old pros alike.
What Happens When You Tell People You Can’t Eat Gluten
The Power of Now
by Eckhart Tolle
by William Davis, MD
by Alejandro Junger
Gluten: Zero Global
by Dr. Rodney Ford