This handout provides a list of books, websites and products to help you access gluten-free information.
The resources listed here are believed to be reliable and accurate at the time of publication. They should not be considered an endorsement of any information, service, product or company.
Cookbooks and Menu Planning Books
1,000 Gluten-Free Recipes. Carol Fenster PhD. 2008.
Complete Gluten-Free Diet and Nutrition Guide. Alexandra Anca RD and Theresa Santandrea-Cull. 2010.
Gluten-Free Diet: A Comprehensive Resource Guide, 5th Edition. Shelley Case RD. 2014. Ordering information available online.
The Gluten-Free Cookbook for Kids: 101 Exciting and Delicious Recipes. Adriana Rabinovich. 2009.
Let's Eat Out! Your Passport to Living Gluten and Allergy Free. Kim Koeller and Robert La France. 2007.
The New Gluten-Free™ Demystifying Gluten-Free Baking – A Resource Guide.Lisa Diamond and Areli Hermanson. 2014.
Pulses and the Gluten-Free Diet: Cooking with Beans, Peas, Lentils and Chickpeas. Shelley Case RD and Carol Fenster PhD. Available free online.
Wheat-Free Gluten-Free Cookbook for Kids and Busy Adults, 2nd edition. Connie Sarros. 2009.
Celiac Information and Recipe Websites
Allergic Living: A free e-newsletter and subscription access to a Canadian magazine providing information on allergies, asthma and gluten-free.
Canadian Celiac Association: Information about celiac disease and gluten sensitivity. Recipes, book recommendations and access to local chapters of the association. 1-800-363-7296.
The Celiac Scene: A guide to celiac-friendly restaurants across Canada. This listing is just a guide. Always ask your server about the ingredients in the food your order.
National Institutes of Health (NIH) Celiac Disease Awareness Campaign (US): Information for health professionals and people who have celiac disease about symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of celiac disease.
Beyond Celiac (formerly National Foundation for Celiac Awareness): Tip sheets, age-specific information, and recipes.
There are hundreds of companies selling gluten-free products. Here are a few examples.
All But Gluten. Baked goods and gluten-free snacks available in stores across Canada.
Glutino. Cereals, pastas, baked goods and meals. Products available in the US and through online ordering.
Bob's Red Mill. Gluten-free cereal and baking products, widely available in many food stores.
Farm Pure Foods. Uncontaminated oats. 1-866-461-3663.
Quejos Products Inc. Baked goods shipped within Canada and to the US.
Kinnikinnick. Gluten-free baked products, mixes and other items.
Submit your receipts for a tax refund.
Keep your receipts when you buy gluten free foods. People with celiac disease can claim some of the cost of gluten free products as an eligible medical expense when they submit their taxes to the Canada Revenue Agency.
Last updated: December 2013