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Grab & Go Amazon Snacks Perfect for School Lunches

Freeze-dried fruit, crunchy cheese snacks and all the best bars that top our list!

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The Best New Store-Bought Snacks You Haven’t Tried Yet

Stock their lunches and your pantry with delicious, healthy snacks they will actually eat.

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20 Celiac & Gluten Free Bloggers You Need to Know

From lasagna and focaccia to S’mores cookies and homemade pop tarts, scroll through these favorite dishes that are also free from gluten.

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Celiac Disease in Kids: You’ve Got Questions, We Have the Answers

Curious about Celiac Disease? Hear from Dr. Nasha Khavari, a pediatric gastroenterologist in Palo Alto, California and who is affiliated with Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford.

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That’s Amore! The Best Pizza in San Diego

It’s National Pizza Pie Day this Sunday! Here are the best places to order up a slice of heaven!

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“How Do I Get My Toddler to Eat More Veggies?” & Other Food Questions Parents Want Answered

As an Outpatient Pediatric Dietician at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, Crystal Tsai recently dished to us about holiday health and wellness, healthy snack ideas, what to look out for on food labels and even some surprising foods your picky eater may actually love.

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Could This New Product Help Prevent Food Allergies?

What you need to know about the rising trend of food allergies and how you may be able to prevent them in your kids.

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Are Restaurant Menu Items Labeled Gluten-Free Actually Safe? Maybe Not

You might want to double check that menu before you order.

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Kids’ Cereal Sold at Trader Joe’s & More Recalled for Undeclared Allergens

Before you dish our breakfast, you’ll need to check your kids’ cereal.

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This Is What It’s Really Like to Have a Kid with Celiac Disease

Just over a year ago, we found out that our son has celiac disease. Celiac has many different symptoms and ways of showing its ugly head.  Our story is different from many others because Parker has silent celiac. His kind…

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Why Bento Boxes Don’t Make Me a Mom

A bit of mom reality. Bento boxes included.

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The other day my middle schooler came home from school and told me he got a a demerit because he was laughing with his friends in the…

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Helping Your Child Adjust to a Gluten Free Diet

If your child has been recently diagnosed with celiac disease or if he is simply allergic or sensitive to gluten, you might be feeling a little overwhelmed at the thought of having to follow a specialized diet. While any kind…

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Go Play! 77 Must-Try Family Adventures in SoCal

Think of this as the ultimate to-do list. We’ve carefully gathered 77 local adventures for SoCal families that are sure-things when it comes to fun times. Whether you’ve got itchy feet that can only be cured by a local getaway…

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Meet Seattle’s Coolest Power Moms

Whether we’re running a corporation or running errands, as moms we all play the most important role in our kid’s lives. But as parents, we look to our peers for ideas and motivation. We happen to live in an amazing…

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Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

These moist and chewy chocolate chip cookies will restore your faith in all things gluten free. Hints of cinnamon and brown sugar warm your mouth and send these chocolate chip cookies to a whole new level. They are so light…

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Gluten Be Gone

For families with children who have Celiac disease or gluten sensitivities, eating out can be an adventure — and not a good one. However, San Diego families are fortunate because we have options for gluten free family friendly restaurants. It’s…

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