Policies & Disclaimers


While this is a blog about gluten free living, it should serve as information only. I am a registered nurse in the state of Ohio, however the information presented should not be taken as medical advice. We suggest consulting your doctor before relying on information found on this blog.

Opinions found on this site do not represent the opinion of any organization we work with or are affiliated with. They are solely the opinions of the writer.

The information presented is accurate and true to the best of our knowledge. With that being said, there may be omissions, errors, mistakes or inaccuracies that we are not aware of.

We do reserve the right to change the focus of the blog at any time.

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