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The Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG) celebrated 45 years of empowering the gluten-free community this week. The GIG is an aid to those living a gluten-free lifestyle with consumer support, advocacy and education. Their outreach is to everyone who has made the decision to live gluten-free, not just to those with gluten-related disorders.
A new study says accidentally eating gluten in the last 30 days was a problem for 74% of the patients surveyed. The study used information from iCureCeliac.
Eating a Mediterranean-style diet may protect against symptoms of depression in older age, according to new research from Hellenic Open University in Greece.
Manufacturer Purely Elizabeth is voluntarily recalling several gluten-free, grain-free granola and bar products due to possible contamination with foreign matter such as glass, plastic or rocks.
Congress wants federal health officials to look closer at a celiac cure research after hearing testimony from the Celiac Disease Foundation.
A national report showed that celiac is the most googled disease in six states, making it the second most commonly googled disease in the country.
Researchers have found that many alternative and complementary medicine websites make claims about the gluten-free diet and celiac disease that are false and offer treatments that are ineffective and unproven.
ALDI, the first grocery store to offer their own private label line of gluten-free products with the liveGfree brand, is adding tons of new gluten-free products to their shelves on May 8. It’s time to grab your reusable shopping bag and fill up your cart with these exciting items.
The Celiac Disease Foundation is holding their Gluten-Free EXPO in Pasadena, California on June 8 and 9. This two-day event…