Be Heard: What Would You Ask Scientists to Research?

Welcome to the very first week of our Be Heard campaign, where we’re asking people around the world to speak out and share their #myGFLstory by answering the same question.

Be Heard! Speak out for celiac awareness month

Here’s our first week’s question: 

If you had the chance to ask scientists to research one aspect of celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, what would it be and why is this important to you?

 

Speak out and spread awareness — we want to hear from you! Answer our question on your personal blog, on your Tumblr, on social media using hashtag #myGFLstory or in the comments section below. (If posting on your personal blog,  leave your URL in the comments below so others can read your story.)

 

Be sure to use the button above when possible so we can easily find and read your answers.

 

On Thursday, we’ll share our favorite answers on our blog, so don’t forget to check back and see if you were featured!

 

Now go share your story…it’s time to Be Heard.

 

Don’t forget about our special month-long subscription offer, where you can receive a one-year subscription to Gluten-Free Living for just $20 — $5 of which will be donated to support celiac research. You’ll also be entered to win a 10-piece cookware set with bonus tools from Swiss Diamond. Subscribe today.
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  • Kristin Meaux

    Please locate the gene (s) we are missing to properly process gluten then please devise a replacement therapy. Not really a question but a plea.