To bring you the most up-to-date research, recipes and reviews we’ve enlisted the help of gluten-free gurus from all over the world.
Ellie is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Accredited Health and Wellness Coach who utilises a client-centred approach to help people live their best lives. This enables clients to feel empowered to make sustainable, long-term changes to improve their health and nutrition.
Ellie has always been interested in the importance of food in everyday life. From the social experiences that revolve around food to the important role food plays in fuelling your body to function at its best. In her spare time, you will find her in the kitchen experimenting with recipes and modifying them to suit different dietary needs, including her own.
Ellie has a special interest in allergies and intolerances due to both personal experience with coeliac disease and her desire to help people overcome their symptoms and improve their quality of life. She also enjoys working with clients in areas such as IBS and gut health, auto-immune conditions, diabetes, weight loss and cardiovascular disease.
Sally studied to be a dietitian after her diagnosis of coeliac disease (almost 20 years ago). At the time that many dietitians couldn’t provide the support she needed as a type 1 diabetic with coeliac disease.
After graduating with a science degree, a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics, Sally set up in private practice with a special interest in coeliac disease. She was shocked to find that it took many people up to ten years to get a coeliac disease diagnosis and that about 80% of people with coeliac disease go undiagnosed.
Most recently Sally has been studying coeliac disease and the role of the gluten-free diet in fertility and pregnancy. Sally is a scientific advisory board member and member of the Early Life Nutrition Alliance,and she is recognised as a leader in Early Life Nutrition. Sally speaks Internationally, training other dietitians on clinical issues related to fertility, pregnancy and postpartum. Sally also studies and works with couples with thyroid conditions, PCOS, all types of diabetes, on minimising risk of gestational diabetes, endometriosis and gastrointestinal issues including IBD, coeliac disease and bariatric surgery. She still has a special interest in all cases of T1DM, coeliac disease and other women’s health issues due to her own personal experience.
Nadine Grzeskowiak, RN, BSN, CEN is a nurse specializing in coeliac disease, non-coeliac gluten sensitivity and intestinal health. She is an expert consultant, professional speaker, author, podcaster and research enthusiast.
Nadine has delivered numerous lectures and seminars internationally, consults with individuals and families, is author of Dough Nation: A Nurse’s Memoir of Coeliac Disease from Missed Diagnosis to Food Health Activism and is co-authoring a textbook on coeliac disease. She also leads international gluten-free and Paleo travel groups. Nadine enjoys spending time with her family and friends, knitting, hiking, mountain climbing, reading, cooking and eating excellent meals, and traveling all over the world.
If you’ve ordered a gluten-free breakfast at a cafe in Sydney, there’s a good chance you’ve heard of Nonie, the chef behind cult gluten-free bread brand Nonie’s Food. Gluten-free for over 25 years, Nonie and her team produce gluten- and dairy-free breads and pantry staples supplied to cafes and restaurants, but also available through specialty retailers and farmers markets in Sydney.