Your search for a gluten free sherpa is finally over. At the Gluten Free Club, we’ve put together experts and a community full of people who’ve learned the secrets to living a gluten free lifestyle without the confusion and stress. We’re passionate about making the change as easy as possible. It doesn’t have to be mind-blowing, not when you have support.
Unlike many other communities, we’re all about treating you like a real person. You won’t just read articles by nameless doctors who may not understand how hard it is to switch from eating whatever you want to carefully studying everything to make sure it’s gluten free. We’ve gathered professionals and experts who not only understand you, but have also been exactly where you are.
Plenty of sites are full of information about living gluten free, but how do you know it’s reliable? We understand your concern, so our advisory team is comprised of a variety of medical experts including doctors, nutritionists and research experts.
From cancer and drug research to diabetes and immune dysfunction, our experts cover the spectrum. You want trusted advice? We deliver.
1. Zora DeGrandpre, MS, ND
Zora DeGrandpre started her medical career as an organic chemist, but changed her direction and is now a practicing Naturopathic Physician. Her contributions to the Gluten Free Club for the past 8 years have been invaluable, and being gluten-free herself, her writing truly relates to what our members are going through.
2. Anna Kaplan, MD
Anna Kaplan has been a licensed physician for over 30 years in the area of family medicine. Her personal experience with food sensitives has led to an extensive freelance writing career as well, and we’ve valued having her as a contributor to our Gluten Free Club for over 8 years now.
3. Teresa St. Claire, B.Med.Sci., M.Phil.
Teresa St. Claire trained as a medical researcher, specializing in breast cancer research. Her love of travel has now kept her out of the laboratory, however she continues researching, and writing on topics of interest like auto-immune disorders, allergies, and food intolerance’s. Our readers have learned a lot in the 8 years she’s been with us.
4. Gini Warner, Clinical Nutritionist
Gini Warner is a Clinical Nutritionist, and has been working in the field for over 20 years. She specializes in developing nutritional programs, like those for people with food allergies and celiac disease. For 8 years now, she’s been a contributing writer to our Gluten Free Club.
It’s our goal to create a thriving community where you receive the support you need to stick with a gluten free diet. Whether by choice or for a medical reason, our members are just like you and are always there to help you find your way. With 150,000+ members already, our community is growing every day. With free and paid memberships, it’s easy to become a part of the community. Ask anyone. Support and advice from real people is the best way to be successful with any dietary change.
Recipes, Advice and Fun
We’re proud to say we have a growing library of over 800 recipes. Many of which have been tried and tested in our own personal kitchens. We hate hearing gluten free has to taste horrible. It doesn’t. Find out how to make your favorite foods without gluten and without losing the yumminess factor. Okay, so it may take a few tries to get it just right, but the recipes will get you well on your way.
You don’t always want to eat in. Not a problem. Our site is filled with articles written by experts and contributors who’ve successfully switched to gluten free. Learn how to eat at your favorite restaurants without sacrificing your diet or health. Yes, it really is possible. We’re passionate about making sure you enjoy your new diet instead of spending all your time dreading your next meal.
Forget about boring here at Gluten Free Club. It’s a club after all. We want you to have fun while learning the best ways to cook, eat and live gluten free. Interact and make friends. Become a real expert yourself.
Guidance For Life
While we’d love to have you as a member for life, our job is to hold your hand until you’re ready to take off the training wheels so to speak. Stay as long as you want or leave once you’ve mastered the ins and outs of avoiding gluten. We look forward to sharing our world with you. Join us and you’ll wonder what took you so long.