5 Reasons Not to Cheat on the Gluten-Free Diet

There are many health reasons you should not take a gluten-free cheat day if you have celiac disease. Here are five reminders for next time you are tempted.

Cryotherapy for Celiac and Autoimmune Diseases

Some suggest that cyrotherapy, or cold therapy, can relieve many symptoms for those with chronic pain and autoimmune diseases like celiac disease. Since up to 50 million Americans suffer from autoimmune diseases, could this icy treatment be a solution?

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Kitchen Appliances: Risk of Cross-Contamination?

Should kitchen appliances in kitchens that aren’t exclusively gluten free raise any red flags regarding gluten cross-contamination? Let’s take a look.

Gluten-Free Pizza Making Techniques

Settle in with some slices using our resident gluten-free baking expert’s tips on making the perfect gluten-free pizza pie.

Celiac in College: Talking to Peers about Celiac Disease

Navigating college life with celiac disease brings an entirely new set of concrete challenges, but there are also mental and emotional roadblocks during this period of transition. Read one college student’s thoughts and reflections on the role of celiac disease in her transition to college.

Bringing Gluten Free to Senior Communities

As interest in a gluten-free lifestyle grows, senior lifestyle communities are investing in the tools necessary to service this community. But what does it take to provide gluten-free meals to communities of seniors?

Game Changer: Does the Gluten-Free Diet Help All Athletes?

Many athletes adopt the gluten-free diet, but are the benefits of the diet for athletes without celiac disease supported by research? And are there drawbacks when an athlete adopts the gluten-free diet when there is no medical need?

Keys to a Healthy Pregnancy with Celiac Disease

Pregnancy and celiac disease both call for extra considerations when it comes to nutrition. What if you fall into both categories? Do some of the needs overlap, and are there special nutritional issues that arise for pregnant women who have celiac disease?