GFCF Diet Links

GFCF Diet Links

  • www.gfutah.org/gfcfrecipes created by Amber Lee, a mother of five, is a well-organized site with a variety of family-friendly recipes in many categories, including pizzas and pastas, soups and sauces, cookies, pies and puddings. Many of the recipes use ingredients from scratch, and include instructions for making your own baking mixes.
  • www.newdiets.com is a collection of GFCF recipes contributed by individuals with comments from the creators on their family’s reactions to the foods. Some recipes use pre-made GFCF mixes and products. Recipes include creative substitutions for basic ingredients, a recipe for all-purpose flour and a whipped topping.
  • http://www.geocities.com/bensmum_99/recipes.html includes a list of commonly used ingredients in GFCF cooking and includes many family-friendly GFCF recipes for even picky eaters.
  • http://recipecircus.com/recipes/Writermom77 is a large collection of GFCF recipes submitted by individuals.
  • http://www.glutensolutions.com an online gluten-free store, a great selection of hard-to-find products.
  • http://www.my-gluten-free-recipes.com gluten free recipes, creative ideas for meals and snacks!
  • http://gfcfblog.blogspot.com great recipes and food buying list from a mom.
  • www.EnjoyLifeFoods.com contains a collection of Enjoy Life allergy friendly foods and where to buy them. Information on a gluten free diet as well as a gluten free and casein free (GFCF) diet.
  • http://www.autismweb.com/diet.htm a parent’s guide to Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD).
  • www.autism.com extensive information about the GFCF diet and a list of medical practitioners who support this approach.
  • www.autismndi.com Autistic Network for Dietary Intervention. Helping parents understand, implement and maintain dietary intervention for their Autistic children.
  • http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/GFCFKids an un-moderated discussion group for parents with practical information and tips on following the GFCF Diet.
  • http://www.princeton.edu/~serge/ll/gfpak.html understanding and implementing a dietary intervention for children diagnosed with Autism.

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