Experts warn that there is little science to back the claims of new digestive aids.
New research shows that exercise can help promote a healthy balance of the body’s microbiome.
Sixty-six percent of patients had symptoms and dining out was a risk factor.
How real are the concerns, what do you need to watch for, and will there ever be clear labeling?
Dr. Fasano: “We hope to eventually prevent celiac disease before it begins.”
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force made an effort to develop recommendations for celiac screening.
The symptoms of celiac disease can be harder to spot in young patients.
Round up of great resources, from video to posters, stickers and more.
From Allergic Living magazine; to subscribe click here. ON a crisp October morning in 2014, Betsy Robbins waited impatiently in the hospital recovery room with her still-groggy husband, who 30 minutes earlier had undergone an intestinal biopsy. She looked up, expectant, when the gastroenterologist entered the room. “Your husband either has intestinal cancer or celiac disease,” he said bluntly. “The odds… Read more »
The term “gluten-free” has lost sincerity. With online parodies poking fun at the diet, and celebrities touting its perceived health benefits, it’s easy to see that “gluten-free” has attained fad status. Popularity does bring options, and to some extent awareness, but the infusion into pop culture has led “gluten-free” to completely overshadow celiac disease. The result? Those of us living with celiac disease aren’t… Read more »