New research from Columbia University is debunking long-held beliefs, making you ask the question, who gets celiac disease anyway?

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New research looks into why some communities have more childhood celiac cases than others. There are many theories out there.
This study thinks socioeconomic status may be the reason.

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Celiac diagnosis guidelines are aimed to help medical professionals, but a new survey says some guidelines aren’t being followed. Some survey respondents surprisingly said they wouldn’t recommend a gluten-free diet as first treatment for celiac.

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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.

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Headlines over the weekend about gluten free diet risks caught my attention. There are concerns we GF eaters need to consider. Today’s article looks at those concerns and empowers our gluten-free community with solutions.

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A new evaluation of research regarding bone fractures with celiac disease reveals info you should know when you are diagnosed with celiac, plus some questions you can talk to your doctor about, if bone density hasn’t been discussed.

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Got a teenager with a new celiac diagnosis? There are a lot of concerns about changing over to a gluten free lifestyle. Now there is new research on how much their food habits really change when they go gluten free.

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September 16th, 2014

Have you been asking yourself that question? When I worked at the Minnesota State Fair gluten free booth last month, I received that very pointed question from a few folks asking why they should go gluten free. I think they wanted me to sell them on the diet. They may have been surprised by my answer….

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3 immediate family members have it, now I am the one getting celiac disease tests. Read along over the next week or so to see what happens during the testing.

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New research looks at folks who test positive for a celiac marker but report no symptoms. If you have been around celiac disease enough, you know there are folks who say they never have felt symptoms despite being given a celiac or gluten-free diagnosis. Now research wants to know, whether a gluten-free diet helped these folks

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