For people with celiac disease or gluten intolerance, service dogs that detect gluten can open doors and allow greater ease in traveling, eating out and going about daily life.
Our resident pharmacist answers readers’ questions on gluten in medications. Here, he addresses the vaccinations and medications needed for overseas travel.
Our resident dietitian answers a reader’s question about gluten-free candy causing upset stomach.
Our resident dietitian answers a reader’s question on ensuring that you receive safe gluten-free meals when staying in the hospital.
Our resident dietitian answers a reader’s question on setting up a safe gluten-free kitchen and the best strategies for keeping food separate.
The FDA has issued guidance to drug manufacturers on labeling medications to state that no known gluten-containing ingredients were used in their product.
The Celiac Disease Foundation is an education, research and patient advocacy champion. In this one-on-one interview, its CEO and newest member of the Gluten-Free Living advisory board, Marilyn Geller, discusses the Foundation’s history, research and outreach goals, and the importance of partnering with GFL.
Our resident dietitian answers a reader’s question on lowering cholesterol levels without medication while adhering to the gluten-free diet.
Pharmacist Steve Plogsted answers readers’ questions about gluten in medications. This week, he clears up confusion on gluten in immunoglobulin therapy.
Use these tips for putting together your family’s gluten-free emergency kit.