Author name: Dru Rosales, MS, RD, LD

Dru Rosales, MS, RD, LD is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian. She specializes in helping busy families understand how to go gluten-free with a school-age child while still making sure that they are providing the right nutrition foundation. She also has a strong background in eating disorders, weight management, and sports nutrition, and brings mindfulness and an intuitive eating approach to all she does. Dru received her Bachelor's Degree in Kinesiology from the University of Southern California and her Master's Degree in Nutritional Science from California State University, Los Angeles.

Gluten-Free Crockpot Chicken with Beans and Corn

Gluten-Free Crockpot Chicken Recipe for Hectic Weeknights

If your family is anything like ours, you are constantly looking for new crockpot recipes for those busy weeknights. As I write this article, it is also mid-May so end of year school activities are in full swing! Time, creativity, and energy are all probably running low. This gluten-free crockpot chicken recipe is super easy […]

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Ultimate Gluten-Free Food List for Families

Ultimate Gluten-Free Food List for Families

Do you need to suddenly follow a gluten-free diet because your child was diagnosed with celiac disease? Are you following a gluten-free diet for another health reason? You need our Ultimate Gluten-Free Food List!  Gluten-free food has come a long way over the past 10 years. It is now relatively easy to find gluten-free alternatives

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Celiac Awareness Month: 5 Ways to Support a Child With Celiac Disease

Celiac Awareness Month: 5 Ways to Support a Child With Celiac Disease

May is Celiac Awareness Month This is our first year “celebrating” celiac awareness month, since our daughter was diagnosed in the fall. I thought it would be fitting to raise awareness about some lesser-known information. What is Celiac Disease? Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder that requires lifelong elimination of gluten from the diet. In

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Flavor-Packed Gluten Free Tuna Steaks with Cilantro and Avocado

Flavor-Packed Gluten Free Tuna Steaks with Cilantro and Avocado

These gluten free tuna steaks with cilantro and avocado are packed full of flavor, protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and magnesium. This is another family favorite, and I am so glad the flavor profile didn’t change when I converted the recipe to be gluten free.  Gluten Free Tuna Tuna steaks are naturally gluten free!  You can use

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March is National Nutrition Month®. Beyond the Table 2024 National Nutrition Month® Campaign by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietietics.

Meal vs. Snack – 3 Things You Should Consider When Planning for Your Family

The theme of National Nutrition Month® 2024 is “Beyond the Table.” The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics theme brings focus to all the ways we eat – which includes around the table and on the go! I thought I would focus on this aspect and start the discussion with the 3 things you should consider when

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Goals vs. Resolutions

Goals vs. Resolutions? Helpful Advice on What to Set with Your Family

As we approach the New Year, I know many of you are probably thinking about setting New Year’s Resolutions. Do you set personal resolutions or family resolutions? Do you set goals rather than resolutions? Let’s take a look at setting goals vs. resolutions. Goals vs. Resolutions – What’s the Difference? The terms goals and resolutions are

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