Gluten-free bloggers are the perfect examples of everyday people doing extraordinary things. They’re moms, dads, teens, college students, family members of the diagnosed…the list goes on. No matter what their connection is to celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity (‘gluten sensitivity’), they have one thing in common: they work to make life better and just a little bit easier for those who are already diagnosed.
The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) team is honored to be able to call many of the gluten-free bloggers our friends and partners in raising awareness. Most bloggers work full time jobs, care for their families and manage to maintain their own websites while contributing to the NFCA newsletter, our social media campaigns and many other projects, all with the goal of improving the quality of life for those on a lifelong gluten-free diet. Bloggers are real heroes within the NFCA community and their dedication is inspiring.
NFCA extends its heartfelt thanks to the blogging community for their support of both our organization and our community. We are honored to feature you in this final week of the Celiac Awareness Month Heroes Within Us campaign.
Meet some of these dedicated and inspiring bloggers by visiting the “Heroes Within Us: Gluten-Free Bloggers” board on Pinterest.
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