GFCD Diet

GFCF Diet Online Resources

Whether you are looking for information on how the gluten-free casein-free (GFCF) diet works, seeking support and advice from other families, trying to find suppliers of GFCF foods or needing new recipes to enliven your GFCF meals, you will be able to find a wealth of online information on the GFCF diet.

Several sites are excellent resources for a wide variety of GFCF diet issues. http://www.autismndi.com/ is the web site for the Autism Network for Dietary Intervention, an international parent network for families using the GFCF diet. It contains a huge amount of information on the GFCF diet, including frequently asked questions, scientific articles on the GFCF diet and autism, lists of medical practitioners who are supportive of the GFCF diet, back issues of their newsletter and links to other GFCF organizations. http://gfcf-diet.talkaboutcuringautism.org/ is an informative site with information and support for those on the GFCF diet, including ways of getting started, recipes, menu planning, implementing the GFCF diet on a budget, research on the diet and links to other sites. http://www.gfcfdiet.com/ includes recipes, planned menus, reviews of books and DVDs and “success stories” from families who are following the GFCF diet.

If you are searching for information about commercially produced GFCF foods, manufacturers and suppliers, http://gfcf-diet.tacanow.org/ has list of GFCF online suppliers and mail order companies with contact information. The TACA site also has lists of: foods containing gluten or casein, commercially-made GFCF food products commonly available in your local supermarket and restaurants and bakeries that serve GFCF food.

There are a number of excellent and inspiring collections of GFCF recipes online. If you are new to the GFCF diet and are looking for meal ideas and suggestions on substitutions for common ingredients in your existing recipes or if you have been on the GFCF diet for some time and need some new ideas to spice things up, then you will find hundreds of tried and tested, family-friendly recipes at: http://gfcf-diet.tacanow.org, http://www.gfcfdiet.com, www.gfutah.org/gfcfrecipes and http://gfcf-diet.talkaboutcuringautism.org.

When seeking advice, support or information about the GFCF diet, national and community GFCF message boards are a convenient place to connect with other individuals and families using the GFCF diet. http://www.autismweb.com/forum/ has moderated GFCF diet discussions related to autism issues, with questions, answers, support and advice, information-sharing and book reviews. http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/gfcfkids/ is an unmoderated discussion forum on all aspects of the GFCF diet for parents and families. http://www.gfcfdiet.com/communitybulletinboard.htm gives contact information for GFCF diet organizations and local groups, listed state by state.

Whether you are looking for GFCF-related information and articles, referrals, food manufacturers and suppliers, recipes or support, you will find a treasure-trove of web sites on the GFCF diet.

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