What is Celiac Disease?

Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder in which the body mistakenly reacts to gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley and rye, as if it were a poison.

5 Conditions Linked to Celiac

This review describes some less-frequently recognized conditions, highlight recent research and discuss benefits of the gluten-free diet.

Can we deactivate celiac disease?

New research from scientists at Stanford University suggests it could be possible to deactivate celiac disease by blocking a specific enzyme.

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Asymptomatic Celiac Disease

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. 

Celiac Research Needs You

Medical experts say celiac research could move faster if people living with celiac took a more active role. Find out why research is crucial and how you can play a role in the search for a cure.

Building a Case for Celiac Screening

Should at-risk people undergo celiac screening to find out if they have the condition? Get the facts on current research and find out what experts are saying.

When You’re Diagnosed With Celiac After 65

Life after 65 can be full of changes—retirement, downsizing a home, grandchildren and, for some, newly diagnosed celiac. Learn how people manage being gluten free in their golden years.

The Gluten-Thyroid Connection

As if dealing with celiac disease isn’t enough, many people also have concurrent thyroid disease without  even realizing it. Like…