Does exposure to antibiotics during your first year of life increase your risk of celiac disease? According to a nationwide study of children in Norway and Denmark, there is a link between the two.[Read more…] about Antibiotics Prior to Age 1 Linked to Celiac Disease
Have you ever had an eating disorder? Have you ever wondered if eating disorders correlate with celiac disease? According to a recent study by Tel Aviv University in Israel, there does appear to be a connection.[Read more…] about Is there a Higher Risk of Eating Disorders Among Teens with Celiac Disease?
Rider University changed their campus dining practices to accomodate students with celiac disease as well as students with other major food allergies.[Read more…] about Celiac Disease Complaint Forces Rider University to Make Dining Accomodations
Are you suffering from vitamin and mineral deficiencies? If you’re newly diagnosed with celiac disease or seem to be experiencing continued symptoms, your small intestine may still be suffering damage.[Read more…] about 9 Common Vitamin and Mineral Deficiencies for Celiacs
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
Your oats are probably not gluten free, unless you’re eating purity protocol oats. It may seem like a silly question with an obvious answer, but the topic is actually a pretty tricky one.
There’s a celiac disease vaccine called Nexvax2 in the works. It’s meant to allow celiacs to eat gluten without getting sick and without any damage to your gut.
OH NO, I’VE BEEN GLUTENED!
We’re heading into the holidays and that means lot of food! It probably also means you might be eating food other people have prepared. It also means an increased chance of being glutened. [insert scary music here]