Dallas, TX -- Nov 14, 2012 / (http://www.myprgenie.com) -- The Nommunity Food Community Gluten-Free Blog today published a guest blog post by Rebecca Black, author of the Pretty Little Celiac blog. Black is a health and fitness expert who struggled with celiac disease for 17 years before her diagnosis in January, 2012.
Black's inspiring new post offers others starting their gluten-free lifestyle practical tips and hopeful information as she shares the five things about celiac disease that she wishes she'd known when she was first diagnosed.
- It's going to take time.
- You are not alone.
- You can't cheat on gluten free living.
- Don't forget your beauty products and medications.
- Prepare your kitchen.
Click here to read the complete article, 5 Things I Know About Celiac Disease Now…But Wish I Knew Then. In addition to the Gluten-Free Blog, the Nommunity Food Community publishes blogs for families who keep kosher, or eat vegan, vegetarian, organic, or locavore diets. Writers with insights to share in one or more of these communities are invited to contact us for information about the benefits of publishing on one of our blogs.
Nommunity, the company behind the Food Community app and blog, caters to the needs of the growing number of people who love to eat, but have specific dietary restrictions or preferences. Nommunity's national restaurant finding application gives users detailed information about nearby food choices. Unlike traditional search engines, which rely on vendor-provided data and keyword optimizations, Nommunity provides curated, filtered data that has been "vetted" by members of the community, who decide which restaurants are relevant and appropriate for their needs.
Nommunity (pronounced /nom-myoo-ni-tee/) takes its name from the catch phrase om nom nom (the sound of a satisfied eater), and the Latin communitas (group of people having a particular characteristic in common).