Gluten-free Students Unite!

Calling all Gluten-Free People!!! Want to have a discussion about gluten-free concerns and life at Wesleyan? Want to help figure out how to make it easier? Sick of being scared that everything we eat at Usdan has gluten in it?
Email emsheehan@wesleyan.edu if you are interested!! Hopefully we can set up a time to meet (at least once, hopefully more!!) and plan our insurrectionary razing of the monocrop-worshipping shitshow that is campus dining figure things out!

14 thoughts on “Gluten-free Students Unite!

  1. Emily

    Yes, I did mean everyone on the celiac scale of allergic-to-wheat people. Some are officially diagnosed and some are not, and some are classified as celiac and some are not. Gluten-free is easier to say.
    However, there are many benefits of eating grains other than wheat–many other grains have much more protein and other nutrients.

  2. Emily

    Yes, I did mean everyone on the celiac scale of allergic-to-wheat people. Some are officially diagnosed and some are not, and some are classified as celiac and some are not. Gluten-free is easier to say.
    However, there are many benefits of eating grains other than wheat–many other grains have much more protein and other nutrients.

  3. Emily

    Yes, I did mean everyone on the celiac scale of allergic-to-wheat people. Some are officially diagnosed and some are not, and some are classified as celiac and some are not. Gluten-free is easier to say.
    However, there are many benefits of eating grains other than wheat–many other grains have much more protein and other nutrients.

  4. Braille Post author

    I think non-gluten people is a sort of umbrella term for anyone on the celiac scale of allergic-to-wheat. So to answer your question, they are allergic.

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