@therealglutenfreegoddessFour Gluten-Free Blogs to Help Mix Up Your Recipes Reema July 3, 2020 MESSFashion Have you had to change your lifestyle and follow a gluten-free diet? You are not alone! There are plenty of people nowadays writing about Celiac disease and creating creative recipes that you can easily make at home. Some of them even share traveling guides of where to eat on each country you visit or how to find the perfect gluten-free-friendly restaurant. Here are four women who throughout the years have been sharing their own experiences and recipes. Gluten-Free Goddess Karina Allrich started her blog in 2005 to share original recipes from her family kitchen. Her meals and delicious desserts are gluten-free but vegan or omnivore oriented as well. She has something for everyone and has created the Recipe Box which contains every recipe she has shared in the last 15 years. You can also find her knowledge in the Gluten-Free Goddess: Best-Loved Recipes book. The Trail to Health Erika Schlick is a health coach, blogger, and author who has been sharing her journey through posts, TV shows, and recipes. Her oldest blog post is dated from 2015 and since then she has taken the time to write about multiple topics from her coaching experience to traveling and finding the perfect place to eat depending on the diet you are following. She was diagnosed with Lyme disease, which she healed without antibiotics, and autoimmune conditions such as Hashimoto’s, Celiac, Psoriasis, and Alopecia. In her blog, you can find plenty of gluten-free recipes, and you can also read them on her book Wandering Palate. GlutenFreeTraveller Brett started her blog in 2014 because she wanted to inspire other people like her to live a Celiac life without borders. She shares from personal experience and wants to inspire people to travel the world without fear of where they will find food that fits their needs. In her blog, you can find all her posts divided into the countries she has visited. If you are looking into traveling after the quarantine and would love to have an idea of places you can eat at, you should read her book Gluten-Free Travel Guide: a Necessary Tool for Any Gluten-Free Traveller. Simply Gluten-Free Carol Kicinski is a famous TV chef who back in 2012 founded the magazine Simply Gluten-Free. Her goal has always been to educate, assist, and inspire people with Celiac disease or gluten, dairy, nuts, grains, other allergenic elements sensitivity. She has written four books and over 20 eBooks including Simply Gluten-Free Desserts, Simply Gluten-Free Quick Meals, and Simply Gluten-Free 5 Ingredient Cookbook. To this day, you can still buy the magazine monthly. More and more people continue to be diagnosed with Celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, and these women have been very resourceful. They share their experiences, their recipes, and their thoughts with the world in order to inspire people to live the best life possible. If you are looking into recipes for yourself or someone you know, these four ladies are your best bet. Keep an eye on their websites for more recipes and traveling ideas.