There’s confusion among the general public about the difference between a food allergy and celiac disease. It is something we celiacs have known for a while. Now this discovery is being revealed in a recent survey.

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I recently published a post on my blog about how my daughter had her “best celiac day ever”. Those were her exact words. What I found in just the last day is that people seem to have at least one story about their best, happiest moments when it comes to celiac disease. Now it’s time to share.

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The new year and the new decade are here. With great strides being made for celiac disease in the last 10 years, what do we hope will happen to benefit celiac disease in the next decade? Survey respondents had some great thoughts!

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Restaurant dining, celiac celebrities and social media/networking were top survey picks..but we’re not to the top pick of the decade yet…that’s what this post is. And there’s a good reason this one is tops…

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With the end of the decade now just days away, I got to wondering what were some of the more significant moments that had an impact on celiac disease. While I certainly have my own thoughts on this, I felt like this needed responses from the greater celiac community. This post covers two of the top three answers.

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Right now you’re hearing about every top ten list from the last decade imaginable. But I haven’t seen anyone talking about this –What has had the biggest impact on the celiac community in the last ten years (2000-2009). Voice your opinion in this survey!

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A new survey by The Savvy Celiac finds most people don’t like the proposed 20 ppm gluten standard for foods labeled gluten free. They ask the question, Shouldn’t “free” mean zero? But it may not be that simple.

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Part two in a series of posts stemming from a survey about tweens and teens and their diagnoses. This one explores the impact a celiac diagnosis can have on the entire family. See what people said were the biggest impacts on their lives.

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How are our tweens and teens handling their gluten-free lifestyle? What are their biggest challenges? The answers from parents vary widely in a new survey from www.thesavvyceliac.com.

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February 3rd, 2009

Calling all parents of tweens and teenagers. It’s tough enough for all of us to get through the times where our children move from being our little kids to being taller than us, more emotional and hormonal. Throw in a mandated gluten-free diet and that throws everyone for a loop.

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