Some informative links:
- First off, Wikipedia articles on celiac disease and the gluten free diet
- Celiac Disease Foundation
- Celiac Sprue Association
- Celiac.com - newcomers should check out the forums
- Gluten Free Baking
- Local Celiac Disease Support Groups
- Times Union Gluten Free Blog
- Easy Gluten Free Baking Blog
- Gluten Free Girl
- Gluten Free Goddess
- There are many, many others as well!
Still, all this free information is good, but sometimes it's worth paying money for some information. My husband and I started out our gluten-free journey by purchasing gluten free product and Rx lists. They provide subscriptions to lists of gluten information in many different products - you can get this information either on your Windows or Mac desktop (where's the love for us Linux geeks?) or your PDA. If you own a PDA it can be especially useful because you can bring the list right along with you when you go grocery shopping - and if you have any questions the software will provide contact information for the companies in question which can be really useful when you want to research specific foods. There are several such lists available - Vince and I initially purchased the Clan Thompson Celiac SmartList - but I'd love to hear other suggestions as well!
Finally, as one reader, Lisa, also pointed out, The Book House in Stuyvesant Plaza sells some gluten free magazines, including Living Without. It could be worth checking out next time you're in the area!
As always - if I've missed a really great resource please let me know!