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Celiac Disease

Vitamin D and Bone Health Risk in Celiac Children

A study of children with celiac disease who live in the north has found that between 30 and 35 percent of them have poor bone health.

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Gluten-free Pasta Goes Bananas

Brazilian researchers have concocted what they say is the better gluten-free pasta. Green bananas are the special ingredient.

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Chips Are Canada’s First Certified Gluten-free Food

Canada has its first officially certified gluten-free product: Lay’s potato chips. In order to obtain the designation, four facilities in Canada and one in Mexico were certified under the Canadian Celiac Association’s Gluten-Free Certification Program. The chips, made by Pepsico Canada, for the most part have always been made without gluten, but now customers can […]

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Migraines Linked to Celiac Disease

Having chronic migraines could be a sign of celiac disease, according to a new study from researchers in New York. After studies in Europe showed a link between celiac disease and a high prevalence of migraine headaches, Dr. Alexandra Dimitrova, a neurological resident at Columbia University Medical Center, under the supervision of Dr. Peter Green […]

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Migraines Linked to Celiac Disease

Having chronic migraines could be a sign of celiac disease, according to a new study by New York researchers.

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Light the Candles: Bob’s Red Mill Opens Bob’s Birthday Club to Autistic Children

Portland, Oregon – April 17, 2012 – Bob’s Red Mill Natural Foods, the Milwaukie, Ore.-based leader in whole grain foods, has unwrapped Bob’s Birthday Club, a birthday rewards program for children with autism. By making a minimum donation to Autism Speaks, adults can enlist a child in the club, and in advance of that child’s […]

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To My Brave Celiac Friend on Mother’s Day

This Mother’s Day story is a readers’ favorite. First published in May, 2012, it has an update at the end for 2016. I’M NOT a big fan of amusement park rides: the kiddie train or a quick spin on the carousel horse is about my speed. On the day our son had his first anaphylactic […]

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Comparing Gluten-Free Cereal & Oatmeals

Shelley Case lets you know what’s in your favorite GF cereal.

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Top 5 Gluten-Free Weight Control Tips

While Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga and other celebs embrace the gluten-free diet for weight loss, the truth is: for most people who adopt the diet for celiac disease, the results are quite the opposite. In a 2006 study published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology, a whopping 81 percent of celiacs on the gluten-free diet […]

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Home-SS Celiac Weight

The Skinny on: the Gluten-Free Diet and Your Weight

Miserable – that’s how Christine Auman describes the 12 years of her life before her celiac disease diagnosis. She was bowled over by fatigue, anemia, swollen joints, vitamin D deficiency, heart problems, dental problems and more. “I was passed around from doctor to doctor,” recalls the Doylestown, Pennsylvania mother of two. “Nobody could diagnose me.” […]

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