Print Print

Gluten Intolerance Resource Group of Marin October meeting

Posted on September 9th, 2009 by Alison Read 1 Comment - Add Your Own »

Whether you have Celiac Disease, are Non-Celiac Gluten Intolerant or are learning more about gluten free living for yourself, family or friends, we look forward to seeing you at the October 5th meeting of the Gluten Intolerance Resource Group (GIRG) of Marin! NOTE NEW LOCATION: Community Room at Corte Madera Town Center.

Be sure to sign up to receive email updates about this group by emailing us at:

There will be interesting topics, discussion, news, handouts, samples, and raffle prizes!

The Gluten Intolerance Resource Group of Marin will meet:
Monday, October 5th
7:00 to 9:00pm
Community Room at Corte Madera Town Center (upstairs at south end)
770 Tamalpais Dr. Suite 201, Corte Madera, CA, 94925

Topics for this meeting include:
Part 1 of: “I’m Gluten Free and I Still Don’t Feel Well!”
Sheila will present some of the reasons why you may still have symptoms even though you are gluten-free. Plenty of time for discussion to follow!
Halloween and Thanksgiving are coming! Are you ready?
Alison will share her annual Halloween candy safe list and some Thanksgiving tips. We hope you will share yours too! Do you have a gluten-free Thanksgiving recipe? Bring copies for the group if you wish, or we can discuss trading recipes via email. (We will not have access to a copier at the meeting.)

We look forward to seeing you,
Sheila and Alison

Meet the Co-Founders of GIRG:

Sheila Wagner, PT, CN has been an Orthopedic Physical Therapist for 29 years. Discovering her Non Celiac Gluten Intolerance 12 years ago prompted Sheila to become a Certified Nutritionist and integrate that service with her Physical Therapy private practice.  Sheila is known as an expert in evaluating and treating orthopedic conditions and discovering their connections to food incompatibilities and metabolic dysfunctions.

Alison St. Sure was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2002 and is the mother of a daughter with multiple food allergies. Alison was inspired to create to provide information to others who are living with Celiac Disease, Gluten Sensitivity and/or other food allergies. Alison’s website and consulting services are known as an exceptional source of information and assistance.

Spread the love


  1. YEAH DIL…..

Post a Comment