Huffington PostCheerios Recall: The Celiac Disease Community Is Constantly At-Risk
General Mills recently announced that certain lots of Yellow Box and Honey Nut Cheerios produced at their Lodi, California facility and labeled gluten-free actually contained wheat flour, making them not gluten-free and thus unsafe for the celiac ...
The General Mills Cheerios recall and your supply chain
General Mills Is Recalling 1.8 Million Cereal Products Due to Allergy Risk
FDA: Gastrointestinal Problems Reported From Eating Recalled Cheerios
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Huffington PostResearch finding could lead to new treatments for celiac disease
A team of researchers has discovered that bacteria found in the gut may contribute to the body's response to gluten, an important finding that could lead to new treatments for celiac disease. The findings, published today in The American Journal of ...
Weighing in on "Gluten Free" Cheerios
The Top Ten Spots for Going Gluten-Free in NYC
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Top 10 gluten-free celebrities
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Medical News TodayCeliac disease may be driven by specific gut bacteria
Medical News Today
Only a small proportion of individuals who are genetically susceptible to celiac disease actually develop the condition, though the reasons why have been unclear. Now, a new study suggests it may be down to how certain gut bacteria respond to gluten.
Gut microorganisms cause gluten-induced pathology in mouse model of celiac disease
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Celiac disease related gluten intolerance linked to gut bacteria
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Gut microbiome can play significant role in the body's response to gluten
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The InquisitrCeliac Disease Linked To Childhood Infections, New Study Shows
According to MedicineNet, researchers have found that children who have several infections within their first 18 months of life may be at a higher risk of contracting celiac disease. For the study, the researchers analyzed information from 73,000 ...
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CHCH NewsResearchers zero in on main cause of celiac disease
Researchers at McMaster University have zeroed in on a main cause of celiac disease. The autoimmune disorder has become increasingly common in the past 50 years. It can cause severe stomach pain and digestive symptoms and undetected, it can lead to ...
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Poor Weight Gain is Clue to Celiac Disease in Children - Health Essentials from Cleveland Clinic (blog)
Youth Health MagzinePoor Weight Gain is Clue to Celiac Disease in Children
Health Essentials from Cleveland Clinic (blog)
Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder that causes inflammation and damage to the small intestine when a person consumes gluten-containing food. Gluten, a term we hear about every day, is a protein found in wheat, barley and rye. When an individual ...
Norwegian Researchers Develop New Test for Celiac Disease
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Celiac Disease Diagnosis Gets Simplified
Celiac support group meets Monday in Potsdam
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Celiac.comStudy Links Early Infections to Celiac Risk
(HealthDay News) -- Children who have a lot of infections in the first 18 months of life may have an increased risk for celiac disease, a new study from Norway suggests. The study found that children with 10 or more respiratory and gastrointestinal ...
Do Early Childhood Infections Contribute to Celiac Disease?
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CNSNews.comBill to Identify Gluten in Medicines Introduced in Congress
The bill is intended to help people with Celiac disease avoid gluten. According to a 2012 Mayo Clinic study, 1 in 141 Americans suffer from the disorder. “People need to be able to trust that the medicine they are prescribed will improve their health ...
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MyNorthwest.comGluten-fighting pill for Celiac disease is on its way, thanks to UW Medicine ...
"People with Celiac disease mount an immune response against gluten that stimulates an inappropriate alarm in the body which causes inflammation," Pultz explained. "It's as if it detects the gluten as being harmful. It's an inappropriate immune response.".
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Tech TimesScientists In Norway Develop New Blood Test For Celiac Disease
Celiac disease is an allergic reaction triggered by eating gluten commonly found in wheat products. Gluten allergy can cause gastrointestinal symptoms, especially on infants and children, including diarrhea, abdominal pain, weight loss and poor ...
SheKnows.comFinally, a simple test for celiac disease may be on the horizon
A research team in Norway recently broke the news that they are in the clinical trial phase of such a test — a blood test that can accurately diagnose celiac disease. They are currently testing people who have already been diagnosed with celiac ...
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Victoria AdvocateSome people have non-celiac gluten sensitivity
Research shows that about 18 million Americans have a gluten sensitivity; in comparison, Celiac's disease affects about 3 million. Celiac's and non-celiac gluten sensitivity are similar in that consuming gluten brings about symptoms such as bloating ...
Underdiagnosed Celiac and Gluten-Intolerant Patients Still Left with the ... - PR Newswire (press release)
PR Newswire (press release)Underdiagnosed Celiac and Gluten-Intolerant Patients Still Left with the ...
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PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Publisher JHC LLC announced today the availability of a new book by author Melinda Arcara that answers the difficult question "where do I start?" after diagnosis of a gluten-intolerance or of celiac disease by ...
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Brain Blogger (blog)Celiac Disease And Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis – Is There a Link?
Brain Blogger (blog)
Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder triggered by gluten in genetically predisposed individuals. Gluten sensitivity induces a inflammatory reaction in the small intestine mucosa, but it can also cause neurologic manifestations, such as ataxia ...
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Gastroenterology & Endoscopy NewsFDA Gastro Meeting Turns Eye To Celiac Disease
Gastroenterology & Endoscopy News
For the past several years, the FDA has held a public workshop to discuss the selection of end points and clinical outcome measures appropriate for drug development in GI diseases. This spring, for the first time, celiac disease made it onto the agenda ...
Celiac.comCurrent Celiac Enzyme Supplements Fail to Fully Break Down Gluten
The gluten proteins that are particularly active in triggering an adverse immune reaction in celiac disease are known as immunogenic 33-mer from α-gliadin and a 26-mer from γ-gliadin. So, how effective are currently available digestive enzyme ...
azcentral.comWhat is Celiac disease and how is it diagnosed?
Ask the Expert: Dr. Lucinda Harris shares tips on spotting, diagnosing and living with Celiac disease. Dr. Lucinda Harris. Lucinda Harris, M.D., is an Associate Professor of Medicine, Gastroenterology & Hepatology at Mayo Clinic in Arizona. (Photo ...
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Headlines & Global NewsCeliac Disease Risk Could Be Increased By Early Life Infections
Headlines & Global News
Celiac disease is a condition in which the small intestine is hypersensitive to gluten, making it interfere with nutrient absorption. About 1 percent of the U.S. population has celiac disease. An estimated 83 percent of Americans with celiac disease ...
RedEye ChicagoCheerios recall is happening because gluten-free dieters are dicks (and some ...
People with Celiac disease, I feel you. I have it too. First I was diagnosed nearly 15 years ago with a wheat allergy and finally about 10 years ago with Celiac disease. Imagine the shock my bread roll-obsessed gullet went through. It was traumatic ...
Cheerios, Honey Nut Cheerios Recalled Due To Allergy Risk
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Cheerios Recall Centered At Lodi Plant Raises Worries Among Those With Wheat ...
What you need to know about Cheerios recall
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Early-Life Infections May Be a Risk Factor for Celiac Disease in Childhood - Infection Control TodayEarly-Life Infections May Be a Risk Factor for Celiac Disease in Childhood
Infection Control Today
Children with frequent infections in the first 18 months of life have a slightly increased risk of later developing celiac disease compared with children who have few infections. This is the conclusion from a study by the Norwegian Institute of Public ...
Early life infections associated with increased risk for celiac disease
Early Life Infections May Be a Risk Factor for Celiac Disease in Adulthood
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ChicagoNow (blog)Traveling with The Celiac - Austin TX
After reviewing it and speaking with my editor (The Celiac) we decided to scratch that post as it didn't really fit into the way that we share our adventures. With that being said, if you follow me on Facebook or Twitter, you will be able to find posts ...
Celimmune to Present Overview of Non-Dietary Celiac Disease Therapies in ...
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Is There a Connection Between Celiac Disease, Non-celiac Gluten Sensitivity ...
Ask Jen about eating gluten-free
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- Celiac Support Group meeting planned in Manitowoc
Herald Times Reporter
For support and encouragement in navigating the gluten-free lifestyle, the next meeting of the Manitowoc County Celiac Support Group will be at 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 7, at the Manitowoc County Office Complex, 4319 Expo Drive, Manitowoc. Rick Couron, from ...
Celiac.comAsian-style Zucchini Noodle Salad (Gluten-Free)
Celiac.com 10/08/2015 - Want a light, healthy gluten-free vegetarian lunch that's tasty and offers a departure from a more standard noodle dish? Try this lovely Asian-style salad made with spiral or long julienne zucchini "noodles." Photo: CC--Tony ...
Scientific American (blog)Secret Croutons and Croissants--Happy Celiac Awareness Day!
Scientific American (blog)
Happy celiac awareness day, people! If you have not been lucky enough to sit down with a gluten-free friend at a restaurant and seen the panic in their eyes when their salad shows up with croutons that were most definitely NOT mentioned on the menu ...
- Celiac Disease Increases Risk for Pneumonia
Pharmacy Practice News
Patients with celiac disease have a modestly increased risk for developing pneumonia, particularly in the first year after diagnosis, according to a study from the United Kingdom that suggests that clinicians should be more vigilant about vaccinating ...
MedscapeA Compressed Celiac Artery May Lead to High-Risk Surgery
Celiac artery compression syndrome, also referred to as "median arcuate ligament syndrome" and "Dunbar syndrome," is a clinical condition in which extrinsic compression of the celiac artery and celiac plexus is associated with abdominal symptoms, such ...
Celiac.comGluten-free Chicken Francese
Celiac.com 10/06/2015 - Want a quick, easy, delicious dinner that will turn corners without wearing you down? This recipe delivers a gluten-free version of Chicken Francese that is sure to please. In cooking, "Francese" is Italian for "French-style ...
- Marion Area Celiac Support Group to meet Oct. 8
MARION — The Marion Area Celiac Support Group will meet at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 8 in the Gathering Space at Emanuel Lutheran Church, 241 S. Prospect St. the building is handicapp-accessible. The meeting is open to the public, those diagnosed or have an ...
Celiac.comTennis Champ Djokovic Talks Game Changing Gluten-free Diet
Celiac.com 09/29/2015 - In his new autobiography, world number one tennis player Novak Djokovic opens up about how positive blood screens for gluten antibodies changed his diet, and how his diet changed his career. Novak Djokovic at the French Open.
- Celiac Disease in Children Evaluated for Rheumatologic Disease
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Source: Sherman Y, Karanicolas R, DiMarco B, et al. Unrecognized celiac disease in children presenting for rheumatology evaluation. Pediatrics . 2015; 136( 1): e68– e75; doi: 10.1542/pes.2014-2379 Abstract/FREE Full Text ...
The Indian ExpressDiet diary: Wheat and increasing incidence of celiac disease
The Indian Express
Wheat is listed among the top eight food allergens and adverse reactions to wheat and wheat protein can be in the form of an allergy, celiac disease, skin rashes (dermatitis) or intolerance also known as non-celiac gluten intolerance (NCGI). Symptoms ...
Celiac disease program planned in Dixon
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- What to Do Next After Being Diagnosed With Celiac Disease
Huffington Post Canada
I remember the first time the doctor called me to tell me my son had celiac disease. I was horrified! A disease? What kind of disease? What did this mean? Will he be okay? Everything was a blur. You need to keep everything as-is until the endoscopy.
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- Inside 'The Celiac Project': Q&A with Documentary Filmmaker
Meet Michael Frolichstein, a Chicago-based filmmaker who has produced The Celiac Project, a new documentary about life before and after being diagnosed with celiac disease. Inspired by his own diagnosis, Frolichstein traveled across the U.S., speaking ...
GlutenFree in the Hudson Valley, September 22, Hudson Valley Celiac Support Group - Poughkeepsie Journal
Poughkeepsie JournalGlutenFree in the Hudson Valley, September 22, Hudson Valley Celiac Support Group
The Hudson Valley Chapter of the Celiac Foundation has a monthly support group filled with presenters, samples and great information. Conference Room B 6:00-7:30pm. This month, I will be on hand to discuss all of the great GF eats and finds that the ...
The Idaho StatesmanCeliac disease: Can gluten be absorbed through the skin?
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Rochester, Minnesota - No. Gluten-containing skin care products and cosmetics aren't a problem unless you accidentally swallow them. For this reason, avoid using such products on your lips or around your mouth. Also, avoid using gluten-containing ...
Dr. Akshay Gupta column: Make sure you need to go gluten-free before you go ...
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Celiac.comStudy Examines Shared Genetic Architecture in Ten Pediatric Autoimmune Diseases
Celiac.com 09/16/2015 - Autoimmune disease, such as type 1 diabetes, Crohn's disease, and juvenile idiopathic arthritis, affect about 7 to 10 percent of the population in the Western Hemisphere. Using genome-wide association studies (GWASs ...
Celiac.comSurvey of Tea Shows Limits of Gluten-Screening Procedures
Celiac.com 09/30/2015 - In 2013, a team from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration conducted a survey of white and green teas, commercially available in the northeastern United States, for the presence of gluten in the form of undeclared wheat.
U.S. News & World Report (blog)Oats and the Pitfalls of Gluten-Free Labeling
U.S. News & World Report (blog)
The blogosphere was in a tizzy late this summer when General Mills announced that Cheerios were going gluten-free. People with celiac disease waxed nostalgic for a childhood staple that would soon be safe for them to consume again, and celebrated the ...
Cheerios Recalls 1.8 Million Boxes Of Cereal
General Mills recalls 1.8M boxes of gluten-free Cheerios that may not be ...
General Mills recalls 1.8 million boxes of 'gluten-free' Cheerios that contain ...
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- PureFormulas Launches Gluten Free Lifestyle Special for Celiac Disease ...
The informative online special includes videos and guides with comprehensive information about gluten, its effects on the body, distinguishing gluten sensitivity from celiac disease, gluten-free recipes, grocery shopping guides, and links to hundreds ...
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Celiac.comGrilled Garlic Shrimp (Gluten-Free)
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Celiac.comGluten-free Diet Does Not Help Kids with Autism
Celiac.com 09/21/2015 - A gluten-free diet does nothing to improve behaviors or symptoms of children with autism, according to the results of a study that, though small, is being called the most comprehensive and carefully controlled diet research in ...
Celiac.comStir-fried Shrimp and Eggs (Gluten-Free)
You want light, fluffy clouds of egg with shrimp well-distributed. Once the eggs are done, but not overcook, move them to a plate, top with scallions and/or bean sprouts, and serve with steamed rice. As always, Celiac.com welcomes your comments (see ...
Celiac.comGluten-free Salt and Pepper Shrimp (Gluten-Free)
Celiac.com 09/15/2015 - A staple at many Chinese restaurants, salt and pepper shrimp are easy to make and sure to delight. They offer a nice spin on the standard grilled shrimp fare, and go great as an appetizer with your favorite gluten-free beer or ...
PR Web (press release)Brookhaven Retreat Observed National Celiac Awareness Day Sept. 13
PR Web (press release)
Brookhaven Retreat ® LLC observed National Celiac Awareness Day Sept. 13. Although gluten-free meals are prepared daily for clients who require them, a special gluten-free meal was served to all clients on Sept. 13 to bring awareness to Celiac disease ...
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Poughkeepsie JournalAutoimmune diseases tend to appear in clusters
I recently had the opportunity to talk to the Celiac Disease Foundation Hudson Valley Support Group about all things gluten-free in the Hudson Valley. If you are new to, or have been living with, gluten issues then they should be at the top of your ...
Science World ReportResearchers Estimate Heritability of Childhood Autoimmune Diseases
Variations in these regions, they reported, accounted for nearly a third of the total autosomal SNP-h2in type 1 diabetes and about a quarter in celiac disease, but made no contribution in psoriasis, lupus, Crohn's disease, or the non-immune-related ...
Researchers gauge heritability of childhood-onset autoimmune diseases
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Autoimmune Disease: Researchers Calculate Heritability Risk Factors In ...
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- What you need to know about arsenic in our food supply
Limit pear, apple and grape juice. Gluten is a big problem for those with celiac disease but not for the rest of us. Since gluten-free diets tend to be heavily rice-based – they can exponentially increase arsenic exposure. So don't fall for the 'gluten ...
- Autoimmune diseases common among patients with nonceliac wheat sensitivity
Patients with nonceliac wheat sensitivity or celiac disease are more likely to develop autoimmune diseases and be positive for antinuclear antibodies and DQ2/DQ8 haplotypes compared with patients with irritable bowel syndrome, according to recent study ...
WHAS 11.com (subscription)Teal Pumpkin Project: Candy for trick-or-treaters with allergies
WHAS 11.com (subscription)
That's where the Teal Pumpkin Project comes into play. The national campaign encourages parents to offer non-food treats for children with food allergies. Many candies will also now say whether they are certified gluten free for those with Celiac Disease.
Health.comThe Truth About Wheat and Your Waistline
If you think you might have an intolerance, get tested for a wheat allergy and celiac disease. (Do so before you swear off bread because it's hard to get an accurate diagnosis after you've cut out gluten.) If you test negative, your doctor may still ...
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