With autumn in full swing and holidays around the corner, it can be hard to find time to make quick,…
Believe it or not, there is a bright side to being newly diagnosed with celiac disease or gluten-sensitivity. Find out which positive aspects these people with celiac choose to focus on.
The sometimes unexpected stories a blood draw can tell.
Expecting women with celiac have to perform double duty in adhering to both the gluten-free diet and dietary guidelines for food safety during pregnancy.
At the same time, while maintaining a gluten-free diet is necessary for one’s wellbeing with celiac, it’s only one piece of a much larger health puzzle. Gluten free or not, everyone needs to focus on taking care of themselves. The new year just happens to present a natural time to think about everything from the connection between food and disease to making healthy lifestyle choices such as not smoking and exercising regularly.
Whether you are the only member of your family with celiac or hosting more gluten-free diners than not, the holidays should be about celebrating this season of joy. Just as you navigate the rest of the year gluten free, you can do the same during the holidays.
Headache, short stature, bone and joint issues, mood changes and other non-gastrointestinal problems could be signs of celiac in children.
While many individuals who are diagnosed with celiac exhibit symptoms, not everyone does. But no symptoms does not mean that gluten is not causing problems.
An individual with celiac may assume all gastrointestinal issues are caused by gluten, but that may not be the cause. Learn what could be causing your symptoms.
Learn how parents with celiac avoid cross-contamination when their children are eating gluten.
Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of dermatitis herpetiformis, an intensely itchy skin condition closely linked to celiac.
Many women wonder about issues regarding celiac and pregnancy. Learn what to expect and how to safely follow the gluten-free diet when eating for two.
When it came to trying to get pregnant, Brynne Cramer had some worries. “Because I have celiac disease, I was initially…
These companies have been around for decades, but they don’t rest on their laurels, as they continue to develop fun,…
Celiac disease can manifest in many different ways. While symptoms can affect the whole body, those involving the gastrointestinal system…
In spite of General Mills releasingfive varieties of gluten-free Cheerios in Canada this summer, the Canadian Celiac Association (CCA) recommends…
Kate McNamara had just started her dream job when she received a diagnosis of celiac disease. It would have been…
Ice cream and frozen yogurt are the perfect indulgences for these long, late summer days, and gluten-free options abound. However,…
The range of symptoms related to celiac disease covers the entire body. Learn about the neurological symptoms, such as numbness, tingling, burning and more.
For incoming college freshmen, there are many exciting changes on the horizon, including living on your own and easing…
If you’ve been including Greek yogurt in your gluten-free diet, you might have noticed that it often is not fortified…
When Cameron Weiner introduced himself to Michael Frolichstein in July 2015 at the Evanston Public Library in Illinois, he had no idea that a collaboration…
Thanks to a few ingenious kitchen tools everything from zucchini to carrots and beets is being turned into a new kind of noodle.
Jess Madden has the unusual perspective of being both a doctor and a celiac disease patient. In addition to her work as a neonatologist, she is a mom to four children and writes the blog, The Patient Celiac. Read about her typical busy day as she prepare for the New York City Marathon.
You’ll love making and eating these gluten-free Halloween Eyeball cookies. Follow step-by-step instructions from a gluten-free bakery in New York.
A Day in the Life: George Chookazian started his gluten-free bakery more than 20 years ago out of love and necessity. Now he shares details on days spent surrounded by the sweet smell of currant English muffins and more.
Blogger and Gluten-Free Living contributor Susan Cohen describes how she is successfully sharing kitchen space with her boyfriend, who’s not gluten free. And she shares some tips from top gluten-free dietitians.
A typical day for Alessio Fasano, M.D., a world-renowned expert on celiac disease and gluten sensitivity, doesn’t seem to exist. This isn’t surprising given his many roles, or hats as he describes them, at Mass General Hospital for Children and in the gluten-free world at large.
For Alice Bast, founder and president of the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness, it’s not an exaggeration to say that no two days are alike.
Brad Holtzman, a partner and the general manager of the gluten-free restaurant, Taquitoria, on New York City’s Lower East Side, is relatively new to the gluten-free community. Still, he thinks he understands what gluten-free diners want.
As we are fast approaching Valentine’s Day with its devotion to all things sweet, we caught up with Jennifer Goodhue, who keeps Tu-Lu’s Gluten-Free Bakery running like a well-oiled machine.
Jules Shepard is a jack of all gluten-free trades. She founded Jules Gluten Free, authors gluten-free books, hosts an Internet radio show, is an eHow Presenter and travels the country to talk about living gluten free.
Find the perfect gift for your gluten-free loved one. We’ve compiled the best new treats and tools on the market including sweet cookies, kitchen gadgets, fashionable cookware and a beer lover’s basket. Wrap up your shopping with gifts that will warm their hearts and bellies this holiday season.
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