I was so excited to be asked by Celiac Central [National Foundation for Celiac Awareness] to guest blog for them alongside other amazing gluten free bloggers and tell their readers what its like to be a student with coeliac disease in the UK.
The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness [NFCA] is a ‘not-for-profit’ organisation in America that raises awareness of celiac disease amongst the general public and the healthcare community. They also facilitate research to better understand the causes, mechanisms, and treatment of coeliac disease.
Their mission is to be the leading organisation in raising awareness for coeliac disease and gluten intolerance which will facilitate research, education and early diagnosis, and improve the quality of life for children and adults affected by coeliac disease!
My guest blog post is part of their new and amazing ‘Gluten Free in College Series‘ where they have hand picked myself and the other fabulous gluten free bloggers who have either experienced life at University/ College with coeliac disease or are living it now. Everyone’s story is different so please check out their stories too!
So if you fancy reading my guest blog post for NFCA, just click on the link here