Diarrhea is probably the most well-known symptom for celiac disease. But maybe not for long. There are fascinating findings in this new research that spans 15 years of celiac cases.
If you’re doing gluten free and casein free diet to help with autism, a new study says you’re not alone.
When one person has celiac there is likely another family member with it whether they know it or not. The convincing evidence comes from research and lives in reality. Why your family members should get tested now.
What is celiac and how do you treat it? Today is National Celiac Awareness Day and it’s time to spread the word!
I’ll be wearing a celiac shirt, posting on social media, writing a blog…See why what you do today, could really help people with celiac.
Have you ever gone to extreme lengths to get yourself or your child a gluten free meal? I came to that moment on vacation.
Raising awareness for celiac disease in the State of Minnesota! May is proclaimed as Celiac Disease Awareness Month by the Governor!
Diagnosed with Celiac? Summer camp can still happen. You just may need to find one that works with your gluten free concerns.
If you thought celiac disease didn’t get enough respect, how about gluten sensitivity: celiac symptoms but no clear diagnosis. New research could change that.
People with Multiple Sclerosis are more likely to have celiac disease. Gluten Free Diet improves symptoms!