Craig was empowered by his Celiac Disease diagnoses (1997) with vigor and ambition to learn the food supply chain to stay in control of his auto-immune disease. As a passionate gluten-free foodie, Craig often rolls up his sleeves, drinks his green tea or homemade kombucha and seeks greater transparency and options for a legit, smarter gluten-free lifestyle without risk. With 20+ years of overcoming gluten-free challenges already since adolescence, he is able to generate change and guide those who are like-minded. Craig understands how/why brands strategize in the natural products industry to connect with the early adopters of LOHAS as a natural products Marketer. 


Lilia is a lover of fresh seasonal fruits, vegetables and cheeses having grown up on a family farm her whole life! From planting to harvesting in Spring to Fall along with winter canning and storing in the cellar there is no challenge too tough for this farm girl. With her current Finance career, she leaves behind the grape vines, cabbage fields, tomatoes and sooo many chickens, roosters, ducks, rabbits, cow milk and cheeses and other farm animals. Lilia lives in a 100% strict gluten-free household and only dabbles with other food outside the home occasionally as she doesn't have any gluten intolerance or Celiac Disease, but finds living on a highly reduced gluten-free lifestyle essential to health and wellness. She contributes GF recipes, skin care, a worldly palate, and lots of laughter to the everyday functions of GlutenFreeG's community of healthy and smarter gluten-free living. 

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My name is Craig, aka: Gluten Free G, and I genuinely care about my future navigating through my Celiac Disease diagnosis back in 1997. That's why I am here to help gluten-free consumers just like me through the challenges of the world's food supplyIt's very difficult to trust these days as food travels from afar and through many hoops where  typically gluten will contaminate. Therefore, I have taken on the responsibility to educate myself and others to put fair pressure on the food supply professionalsmanufacturers, restaurants and other businesses that contribute to the prosperity of the real gluten free consumer who trust labels and words.

Since being diagnosed with Celiac Disease back in 1997, I felt not only did my world change, but found out the universe had also been altered due to politics and capitalism of a growing gluten free industry.  


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