Support groups and research centers throughout North America offer further information about celiac disease, gluten intolerance and gluten sensitivity. Many…
Dietitian Amy Keller answers questions on picky kids, self conscious tweens and going gluten free with autism in this column from Gluten-Free Living.
The ups and downs of 60 days going gluten free with my supportive husband, skeptical teenage son and vegetarian daughter.
Do I need to be looking for a gluten-free label on fruits and vegetables?
My daughter, who is in college, was diagnosed with celiac over the summer. Her doctor told us that she also has iron-deficiency anemia, which she said could be caused by the damage done by the celiac. She’s so tired—is there anything she can eat to improve her energy levels?
The Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG), founded in 1968, empowers the gluten-free community through consumer support, advocacy and education. Their outreach…
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Our resident dietitian answers a reader’s question about gluten-free candy causing upset stomach.