Gluten Intolerance Group of North America

Rating: 5 stars   10 reviews

Issues: Human Services

Location: 31214 124th Ave Se Auburn WA 98092 USA

Mission: Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG) provides support and education to persons with gluten intolerances, including celiac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis in order to live healthy lives. GIG provides direct support through our social service programs and indirect support through our food industry programs.
Geographic areas served: International
Programs: To provide training and support of local leaders in meeting their community needs
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EIN 91-1458226
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Rating: 5 stars  

GIG has provided me with helpful tips and information for family and friends who have needed to know more about Gluten Intolerance. Much appreciate to all at GIG

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GIG does an excellent job of supporting those with gluten intolerance by making information readily available to assist in living a gluten free lifestyle. They also keep up to date on the latest research in the field and summarize that information for those who subscribe to the quarterly newsletter. They have also organized a group to certify gluten free products and another one to list restaurants that understand the gluten free diet and offer safe GF meals to customers.

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When my husband was diagnosed with celiac disease in 1992 very few people had even heard of this disease. We heard about GIG and received information and support from them. They continue to be a support to our local support group that we now organize.

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I can always count on the information I receive to be completely accurate based on the latest research.

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Very kind and helpful!

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About every month

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When I was diagnosed with Celiac disease, I had so many questions. It was confusing to try to figure out what I could and could not eat. The Gluten Intolerance Group was extremely helpful in guiding me through the steps I needed to take to live the new lifestyle that I needed to live. They are an invaluable resource to the 1 in 120 people in this country who have Celiac Disease.

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the ease in which I adapted to the gluten free lifestyle.

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