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Connecting with Others

Learning from others empowers us. We’ve listed some of our favorite links here, including some for celiac disease as well as our favorite cookbooks, and our favorite Northern Colorado professionals.

These links will always be in flux as we discover more resources and you share your favorites with us.

Celiac-Disease Links

Celiac Disease Archives

This is an incredible source of information, from foods and medicines, to cosmetics. Simply provide a set of search parameters and search the archives – years back or up-to-the minute. It’s especially useful when traveling. When you arrive at this site, click on “Search Archives.”

Celiac Disease Foundation

This is the National Celiac Disease Support Group.

Celiac Disease Listserve

Provides excellent information on myriad issues, including: health information, definitions, recipes, FAQs, invaluable archives, links to local and national support groups, and Internet links.

Celiac Information

This is a stellar site. It also provides definitions as well as lists of safe and forbidden foods; diagnosis and testing insights; lists of books, newsletters and magazines; lists of companies specializing in gluten- and wheat-free mail-order foods; support groups and more.

Celiac Sprue Association (CSA)

Based in Omaha, Neb., this is a great organization dedicated to helping people – worldwide – with celiac disease, dermatitis herpetiformis, and gluten ataxia. Each chapter has regular meetings/speakers to help support people with celiac disease/related conditions. The nonprofit CSA produces comprehensive gluten-free product guides that are a godsend for newly diagnosed people. For more information about the national organization, click here. (Gina Mohr-Callahan, co-owner of A Fork in the Road is immediate past chairperson (2010 to 2012) of the Northern Colorado Chapter of CSA, Chapter 77).

Celiac Sprue Research Foundation

The Celiac Sprue Research Foundation is a science-driven public charity that seeks to improve the quality of life for Celiac Sprue patients.

Check Out Your Local Markets

Today, nearly every grocery store has a gluten-free section. If you visit the store’s website, you can download lists of GF products available at that location. In Northern Colorado (Fort Collins), A Fork in the Road’s favorite GF stores include:

  • Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage
  • Sprouts
  • Whole Foods
  • King Soopers
  • Albertson’s

Investigate Mail-Order Sources

Today, there are countless gluten-free resources. Here are some of A Fork in the Road’s favorites:

Take a Cooking Class

A Fork in the Road offers regular gluten-free cooking classes throughout Northern Colorado.

University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research

Helping You to Live Well with celiac disease.

Favorite Cookbooks

  • American Favorites by Betty Rosbottom, published by Houghton Mifflin, 1996
  • The Fannie Farmer Cookbook by Marion Cunningham, published by Knopf, 1996
  • Food and Life of Oaxaca, Mexico by Zarela Martinez, published by Wiley, 1997
  • Food from My Heart by Zarela Martinez, published by MacMillan Publishing Company, 1992
  • The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook by Elana Amsterdam, published by Celestial Arts, 2009
  • Gluten-Free Baking Classics by Annalise G. Roberts, published by Agate Surrey, 2008
  • Gluten-Free Italian Cookbook by Mary Capone, published by Wheat-Free Gourmet Press, 2008


Favorite Professionals in Northern Colorado

JJ Levy, MA, MSW, PC

I am a Certified Diplomate Sex Therapist with The American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors & Therapists. I am a Certified Group Psychotherapist with the American Group Psychotherapy Association.  I provide individual therapy, couples therapy, group therapy, and seminars. I also offer therapy groups for: "Women in Pursuit of Passion;" a group for men and women; and a "Women, Body Image, and Food" group.

"One of the most common and certainly one of the most gratifying comments I hear from clients is that they feel hopeful after we meet."

Call 970 493-8780 or visit

Linda Meadows, RN, CMT

Linda Meadows is a medical massage therapist and a registered nurse specializing in orthopedics. She is the most gifted massage therapist I have ever worked with.  She is also trained in the use of Tibetan singing bowls.

Call 970 482-6033.

Niles and Friends Pet Sitting and Dog Walking

Linda Symons is a certified, bonded, and insured pet sitter and dog whisperer (I threw that in). She’s amazing with my dog Nutmeg, and I trust her implicitly with my dog baby and my home. 

Call 970 237-0404 or visit:

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