Albany Times UnionHave celiac disease? You don't have to suffer.
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Elizabeth Barbone has always had severe food intolerances and allergies — treenuts, sesame, a childhood allergy to eggs — but that didn't get in the way of her love for cooking. "Cooking has always been a part of my life," Barbone says. "My mother ...
New gluten-free products from McCormick and Krusteaz: Celiac disease news
The World's Leading Expert on Gluten-Related Disorders, Dr. Alessio Fasano ...
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New York TimesCan Celiac Disease Affect the Brain?
New York Times
Antibody tests, followed by an intestinal biopsy, indicated celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder of the gut triggered by the gluten proteins in wheat and other grains. Once on a gluten-free diet, the man's seizures stopped; those brain lesions ...
eMaxHealthGluten-free pasta made from vegetables offers unique alternative: Celiac ...
The last zucchini you gathered from the garden does not have to rot at the bottom of the refrigerator because it can be turned into delicious gluten-free pasta. People with celiac disease and gluten sensitivities often rely on packaged pasta from ...
New York Times (blog)When Gluten Sensitivity Isn't Celiac Disease
New York Times (blog)
Many of their subjects still had symptoms on a gluten-free diet, however, which prompted a second study of 37 patients with irritable bowel syndrome and non-celiac gluten sensitivity who were randomly assigned to a two-week diet low in certain ...
Gluten Sensitivity Is Real: Researchers
Number of people with gluten-related disorders continues to rise
Personal Health: A matter of some sensitivity
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New York Times (blog)Celiac Disease, a Common, but Elusive, Diagnosis
New York Times (blog)
When a child develops such a devastating constellation of symptoms, you'd think his doctors might consider testing for celiac disease, an autoimmune reaction to dietary gluten that can destroy the small intestine. Awareness of the problem has never ...
Hookworms May Cure Celiac Disease
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PRI'Gluten-friendly' wheat could let celiac sufferers enjoy pasta — and become a ...
Instead, she's concerned about people with celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder. For them, gluten is toxic. It destroys their intestines, blocks the absorption of nutrients and fiddles with the immune system. But Lamacchia says it won't stay that way ...
Gluten-friendly wheat dangers for celiac disease
Gluten Timing Does Not Prevent Celiac
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Boston GlobeTactics to prevent celiac disease in newborns fall short, study finds
In an effort to prevent celiac disease in newborns with a family history, pediatricians have been advising mothers to introduce gluten-filled foods between 4 and 7 months of age before the immune system fully developed. But that advice is likely to ...
Itchy rash can be sign of celiac disease
Gluten Timing Does Not Prevent Celiac Disease
Gluten timing doesn't prevent celiac disease
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eMaxHealthStudy: If You Have Celiac Disease, Watch Out For Rice Products
We've known that rice grown in certain parts of the world can have scarily high levels of arsenic. But a new study takes a look at rice-based gluten-free products designed for those with celiac disease -- and finds that they could more more dangerous ...
Arsenic dangers in gluten-free rice foods for celiac disease
Arsenic levels exceed in some rice-based foods, can affect celiac disease ...
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New York Daily NewsDelaying Gluten in Diet Doesn't Prevent Celiac Disease, Studies Find
Wall Street Journal
Parents of children at risk for celiac disease due to family history have often been advised to carefully time when they introduce gluten into an infant's diet as a way to prevent the disease. But two new studies found such timing offers no protection ...
Celiac Disease In Babies Can't Be Prevented By Timing The Start Of Foods With ...
Early gluten exposure, breastfeeding no protection against Celiac disease: studies
New York Daily News
Studies find tactics to prevent Celiac disease in newborns don't work
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Celiac.comGirl Scout Gold Award Informs the Public about Celiac Disease
Celiac.com 10/22/2014 - For my Girl Scout Gold Award I created a poster, pamphlet, and informational sheets as one part of my project. The poster covers definitions, symptoms, statistics, and links for further information. The pamphlet was created with ...
Gluten timing does not prevent celiac disease in children
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Get Educated On A Gluten-Free Diet During Celiac Awareness Day
Gamard: Is gluten really bad or just a fad?
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Fox News8 ways to help your child cope with Celiac disease
If your child has Celiac disease, it can be a real challenge to make sure he's eating healthy and following a gluten-free diet, especially when you're not with him. Yet experts agree that if you educate and empower kids with the right tools early on ...
Celiac.comHow Common is Celiac Disease in Patients with Autoimmune Hepatitis?
Celiac.com 10/20/2014 - Researchers don't have much data on rates of celiac disease in patients with autoimmune hepatitis (AIH). To better understand any connections between the two conditions, a Dutch research team recently set out to examine the ...
- Going gluten free: ShopRite of Medford gives lesson on Celiac Disease
South Jersey Local News
And she doesn't know she has Celiac Disease, which was diagnosed just a few days ago. Her family, both grandparents, and dad Tim came with Faith to the first Gluten-Free Food Festival at ShopRite of Medford to learn more about the disease from experts ...
Gluten-Free Market coming to Halton Sunday
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New York Daily NewsHookworms May Reduce Celiac Disease Patients' Gluten Intolerance Symptoms
Giacomin and his colleagues recruited 12 celiac disease patients who were infected with hookworms, and followed them for up to 52 weeks. Throughout the course of the study, researchers asked each patient to consume a portion of spaghetti. These ...
Being injected with worms could help Celiac patients tolerate gluten: study
New York Daily News
Celiac Disease Cure: Parasitic Worms
Hookworms help celiac disease symptoms
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Celiac.comTop Ten Gluten-free Halloween Treats
Celiac.com 10/24/2014 - Here are ten recipes for make-at-home Halloween treats that are guaranteed to put smiles on the faces of your young ones, and help you to breath a sigh of gluten-free relief. Photo: Wikimedia Commons--DaemonDivinus The recipes ...
eMaxHealthGluten-free diet backlash: Celiac disease news
Diet trends often receive backlash from the public, and the gluten-free diet has not been able to escape this. Although it is recommended by medical professionals for people with celiac disease or gluten sensitivities, other people have adopted it ...
Letter: Don't fall for gluten-free fad, says Celiac board member
Gluten Intolerance Debunked, Gluten-Free Marketing Thrives
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When the anecdotal goes viral
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- CELIAC SUPPORT GROUP OCTOBER MEETING
The topic of next week's Celiac Support Group is a hot one in our gluten-free community. Finding a good pediatric gastroenterologist is getting one step closer to figuring out your child's digestive problems. Here's a wonderful opportunity to get to ...
Wisconsin Rapids TribuneCeliac support group to meet
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune
The Celiac Support Group is facilitated by Lori Cesare, a Riverview Medical Center registered dietetic technician with many years of experience educating patients about gluten-free diets, and Jean Lobner, a Celiac Support Group member. For more ...
Living gluten free
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eMaxHealthChippy brand chips recalled due to gluten: Celiac disease news
Two versions of Chippy brand chips are being recalled due to undeclared gluten and wheat in the packages. People who have celiac disease or are sensitive to gluten are being asked to throw away their bags or return them for a refund. The Canadian Food ...
eMaxHealth'Top Chef' contestant reveals gluten-free ideas: Celiac disease news
One aspect that is often missing from food competitions on television is the requirement to make meals for people on restricted diets. Celiac disease and gluten sensitivities are often ignored by these shows. However, a contestant on “Top Chef” may ...
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India TodayConfronting Celiac
Dr. Pankaj Vohra, founder of Celiac India & Beyond Foundation, explains, "Celiac dis-ease is a life-long autoimmune disease (body's immune mechanism attacks its own tissues) that is driven by the ingestion of gluten - a protein found in wheat, rye, bar ...
eMaxHealthSeitan dangers for celiac disease: Avoiding wheat gluten
Seitan is a popular ingredient in many Asian dishes, but it is dangerous for people with celiac disease and gluten sensitivities. Seitan is wheat gluten and is made completely from wheat, yet it can be used as a meat substitute. Vegan and vegetarian ...
Celiac Disease Awareness Month
Celiac Disease and Gluten-free Diet Information Since 1995
Healthy Kids: What's up with gluten?
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eMaxHealthGluten-free Halloween candy safe for celiac disease
You do not have to skip Halloween candy if you have celiac disease or gluten sensitivities because there are products deemed safe to consume. It is important to read labels and check the brands' websites for more information about gluten, but there is ...
Health Q&A: Taking a closer look at celiac disease
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eMaxHealthBloating caused by gluten in celiac disease: Gluten baby stomach
Bloating is a common complaint that affects people with celiac disease and gluten sensitivities. Some people experience a highly visible version of the bloating that has been nicknamed the gluten baby stomach. Although they are not pregnant, it is easy ...
- Celiac disease can go misdiagnosed for years
Celiac disease is an autoimmune condition triggered by gluten, a protein in wheat, barley and rye. Symptoms range from digestive distress and migraines to anemia, fatigue and itchy skin rash. Celiac disease can go misdiagnosed for years. Q: I have two ...
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Celiac.comCeliac Disease Drug Shows Some Promise, But Offers No Cure
The drug is intended to supplement, rather than replace, the gluten-free diet that makes up the standard celiac disease treatment. Specifically, the drug is designed to help patients who continue to experience symptoms despite efforts to avoid gluten ...
- Gluten-free diet helped remedy celiac disease
Nothing worked for prevention until I read your column mentioning the potential benefit of a gluten-free diet for migraines. Not only have I been migraine-free since that time, but I also discovered I have celiac disease. I have better health on so ...
New York MagazineWhat If Gluten Sensitivity Isn't Just About Gluten?
New York Magazine
Gluten sensitivity — the kind that's not associated with celiac disease — is a mysterious thing. An estimated 18 million people don't fit the criteria for celiac disease, the genetic disorder that erodes the small intestine and causes digestive ...
- Early gluten exposure failed to reduce celiac disease risk in high-risk children
To test the hypothesis that celiac disease may be prevented by exposing genetically predisposed, preferably breast-fed, infants aged 16 to 24 weeks to small quantities of gluten, European researchers collaborated in a prospective, multinational ...
Fitness Files: What to glean from gluten news
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eMaxHealthCheese on a gluten-free diet: Understanding safety concerns for celiac disease
Most people consider cheese to be a safe choice for someone on a gluten-free diet. However, people who are sensitive to gluten or who have celiac disease still need to be careful because not all brands and varieties of cheese are safe. It is important ...
Eat Right! Should you opt for a gluten-free diet?
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- Not gluten-free, but . . . Biochemist lays groundwork for celiac-safe wheat
What would it take for celiacs to be able to have their wheat - and eat it, too? That is exactly what Dr. Chris Miller hopes to achieve in a research project funded by Kansas wheat farmers through the Kansas Wheat Commission. Miller, a biochemist ...
- Delayed introduction to gluten appears not to prevent celiac disease in at ...
How can parents with the autoimmune disorder celiac disease prevent or delay the condition's development in their children? The results of an international study led by investigators associated with the Center for Celiac Research and Treatment at ...
4029tvWhat are symptoms of celiac disease?
Although the classic signs are diarrhea and weight loss, most people with celiac disease experience few or no digestive signs or symptoms. Only about one-third of people diagnosed with celiac disease experience diarrhea, and about half have weight loss.
- Breastfeeding, delaying gluten does not lower risk of celiac disease
To examine the prevalence of celiac disease autoimmunity and of overt celiac disease, the investigators followed 707 infants with a family history of celiac disease. The participants were assigned to two groups: in the first group, children began ...
Celiac.comJust How Common Are Malignancies in Celiac Disease?
Celiac.com 09/22/2014 - The connection between celiac disease and various types of cancer is well supported by scientific evidence. However, to date, there hasn't been enough data to make accurate predictions of cancer risk in celiac patients. So, we ...
Raw StoryHookworms could allow people with celiac disease to safely consume gluten
When you're sick, you want the most effective treatment to help get you back on your feet. But what if that involved bugs? Maggots and leeches have been used for decades and are still supplied to hospitals for speciality treatments. Researchers are now ...
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Kristy Brock Lost 93 Pounds after She was Diagnosed with Celiac Disease, and ... - Diets In Review (blog)
Diets In Review (blog)Kristy Brock Lost 93 Pounds after She was Diagnosed with Celiac Disease, and ...
Diets In Review (blog)
Kristy Brock remembers the day she saw the scale hit 300 pounds. “I felt like I had hit bottom,” she admitted. “I had no where to look but up, and I came to a place where I realized I had to surrender. I let go of the food issues. I wanted to be an ...
- People's Pharmacy: Celiac disease can go misdiagnosed for years
Thank you for sharing your powerful story. Celiac disease is an autoimmune condition triggered by gluten, a protein in wheat, barley and rye. Symptoms range from digestive distress and migraines to anemia, fatigue and itchy skin rash. Celiac disease ...
4029tvWhat causes celiac disease?
The damage resulting from celiac disease makes the inner surface of the small intestine appear more like a tile floor. As a result your body is unable to absorb nutrients necessary for health and growth. A study done by Mayo Clinic and the National ...
- Teal pumpkins used for food allergies on Halloween: Celiac disease news
Halloween can be a difficult time for people with celiac disease, gluten sensitivities and other food allergies. The children may still want to dress up and go trick-or-treating, but their restricted diets make finding homes that offer safe candy a ...
The Star-LedgerWestfield pre-school plans gluten-free bake sale to support Celiac research
WESTFIELD — From 2 to 6 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 3, Precious People Daycare in Westfield will hold a bake sale to benefit Sydney's “Silly Yaks,” and the Center for Celiac Research. The school's goal is to raise $300 to support their student, Sydney ...
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- Celiac seminar highlight for Second Friday
A Conyngham woman will offer tips on living with celiac disease during a Second Friday event at The Shop 2, 105 E. Broad St. Monica Astorino, who co-authors the GlutenFreeDoubleTalk blog with her daughter, Daria Capone, will also present some of the ...
Detroit Free PressGluten-detecting dogs?
According to the National Association for Celiac Awareness one in 133 Americans — that's one percent of the population in the United States — are diagnosed with celiac disease, an autoimmune illness caused by gluten (a protein found in wheat, rye ...
Michigan woman's service dog keeps her food safe, gluten-free
MI woman's service dog detects gluten
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Celiac.comDry Rubbed Chicken Wings (Gluten-Free)
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- Oktoberfest ideas for gluten-free, celiac disease community
Oktoberfest is being celebrated across the country with many cities planning family-friendly events and fun activities. Although people on a gluten-free diet who have celiac disease have to be careful, they can still participate because more areas are ...
eMaxHealthOrdering gluten-free restaurant food online with apps: Celiac disease news
Convenience is sometimes a necessity, and apps have made the process of ordering food from restaurants much simpler. Now, more apps are recognizing the need to filter options for celiac disease, so gluten-free food is easier to find. Although it is ...
BU TodayThe Secret's in the Spit
Eva Helmerhorst, a Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine associate professor of molecular and cell biology, is investigating an enzyme in human saliva that may lead to a novel treatment for celiac disease. Photos by Dan Aguirre ...
Westfield Daycare Raises Hundreds for Celiac Research with Gluten-Free Bake ... - TheAlternativePress.comWestfield Daycare Raises Hundreds for Celiac Research with Gluten-Free Bake ...
WESTFIELD, NJ — Kindergarteners at Precious People, a childcare center in Westfield, recently raised more than $560 to fund research for Celiac disease with a gluten-free bake sale on honor of classmate Sydney Kessler of Cranford, who was diagnosed ...
eMaxHealthDogs able to detect gluten in food: Celiac disease news
There is a new weapon in the fight against cross-contamination with gluten, and it enjoys belly rubs along with long walks. Dogs are being professionally trained to detect gluten in food and help people with celiac disease. The animals are providing an ...
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Snyder's of Hanover Donates Portion of Sales to Support Celiac Disease ... - PR Newswire (press release)Snyder's of Hanover Donates Portion of Sales to Support Celiac Disease ...
PR Newswire (press release)
HANOVER, Pa., Oct. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Snyder's of Hanover continues to support gluten-free living by partnering with the Celiac Disease Foundation (CDF) for the months of October and November. From October 1st – November 30th, ...
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