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Feb 23, 2022

The topic of food bullying is a broad one and means different things to different people.  To help me tackle with subject, I invited Nicole Byrom, Registered Dietitian with the Canadian Celiac Association to discuss food bullying in the context of the gluten free diet.  The act of making someone feel bad for the food they are eating often comes from a place of ignorance about celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity.  Education can be a key factor in your response to a food bully, but issues get more complicated depending on who is the being bullied and who the bully is.  Children often face negative comments on their food when away from home and adults often have negative interactions with family members, or they are seen as being needy and high maintenance.  Nicole is able to put food bullying in perspective with tips and strategies to empower you or your chid.  Nicole gave us her email,, if you have any suggestions for issues you are facing that the CCA may be able to help with.


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