Did you know your skin is the largest organ in your body? We usually think of organs as internal, but not all organs are. Your skin is also your fastest growing organ. An average adult has about 8 pounds of skin.[Read more…] about 9 Skin Issues Commonly Associated with Gluten and Celiac Disease
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Have you experienced social isolation since you’ve discovered you have celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity? If so, you’re not alone. It’s a topic that doesn’t seem to be highlighted when people talk about celiac disease.[Read more…] about 5 Ways to Combat the Social Isolation of Celiac Disease
If your spouse or significant other has celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, it can be hard to find a gluten free Valentine gift that is food-related.
It can be a bummer since Valentine’s Day is so often equated with chocolates and romantic dinners.[Read more…] about 5 Gluten Free Valentine Gift Ideas
Sounds delicious, right? Just saying the word “meat glue” makes me throw up in my mouth a little. But what is meat glue and how would it cause celiac disease and/or trigger celiac autoimmune symptoms?
If you’re celiac and vegan, be aware that meat glue is also used in meat-substitute products like tofu.[Read more…] about Can Meat Glue Cause Celiac Disease?
I know I’m preaching to the choir when I say that many celiacs and people with non-celiac gluten sensitivity struggle with a dairy sensitivity.[Read more…] about Why Do Celiacs Struggle With Dairy Sensitivity?
Why would researchers look to find a biological marker for gluten sensitivity? It is believed approximately 3.3 million Americans (about 1%) have celiac disease.[Read more…] about Researchers Discover Biological Marker for Gluten Sensitivity
One of the hardest challenges celiacs face is maintaing a strict gluten free diet. And one of the most frustrating aspects of this battle is mislabeled gluten free food.[Read more…] about Mislabeled Gluten Free Food Contintues to Be a Problem
When I first heard the term gluten sniffing dog, I thought perhaps it was a joke. Of course dogs have an amazing sense of smell, but the concept still seemed kind of incredible to me.[Read more…] about Is a Gluten Sniffing Dog Helpful?
Gift giving is a major part of celebrating the holiday season for many people. It’s fun and rewarding to both give and receive surprises!
But what if you want to give a kitchen type gift to someone with celiac disease, and you have no idea what to get them? Here are some ideas to help you out.[Read more…] about 8 Gift Ideas for Celiacs
I have some really fantastic friends who have wanted to have me over as a dinner guest. And they were willing to bend over backward to try and make me gluten free food.[Read more…] about 5 Tips to Accomodate a Dinner Guest with Celiac Disease