Over recent years we could not be more proud of how well people are educating themselves on eating gluten free and understanding how celiac’s disease is estimated to affect 1 in 100 people worldwide. Celiac’s Disease is a serious autoimmune disorder that can occur in genetically predisposed people where the ingestion of gluten leads to damage in the small intestine. A 100% gluten-free diet is the only existing treatment for celiac disease today.  Celiac Cutie celebrates the journey for those living with celiac’s disease through fundraising and fashion.

Cookie Mint Rosana half body
Celiac Cutie strives to create a community which celebrates and shares a message with a little humor and fun products.  These products were created to start a discussion and help us raise awareness (without the typical conversation starter – “Is this gluten free?”). A portion from sales of all t-shirt sales goes back to the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University. This shirt is guaranteed to make you smile while making you feel ultra feminine. It has the perfect loose drape for any body type and a slight sheerness. Wear it with your favorite jeans, yoga pants or cute skirt. MSRP $25.00

Celiac Disease is not curable, which means those affected by this disease will have to avoid eating gluten their entire lives. However, we’ve sampled some amazing brands that feature gluten free products which are delicious. Some of these include Bob’s Red Mill, Banza chickpea pasta, Saffron Road snacks and Indian cuisine, Explore Cuisine organic bean pastas, and Simple Mills crackers, pancake, and cookie mixes. Stay tuned for more recipes and products that will make your everyday life delicious!

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