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Scott Adams

In 1994 I was diagnosed with celiac disease, which led me to create Celiac.com in 1995. I created this site for a single purpose: To help as many people as possible with celiac disease get diagnosed so they can begin to live happy, healthy gluten-free lives. Celiac.com was the first site on the Internet dedicated solely to celiac disease. In 1998 I created The Gluten-Free Mall, Your Special Diet Superstore!, and I am the co-author of the book Cereal Killers, and founder and publisher of Journal of Gluten Sensitivity.

 
By Scott Adams
Published on 07/26/1996
 

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Journal of Gluten Sensitivity
Click here to order Journal of Gluten Sensitivity and get free on-line access to the following back issues of Journal of Gluten Sensitivity:

 

Autumn 2012 edition table of contents:

  • Stranded Without Her Mom
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • A Gluten Free Diet Helps Type 1 Diabetes
    by Dr. Vikki Petersen, , DC, CCN
  • Introducing Gluten to Your Infant
    by Miranda Jade Turbin
  • Common Cookware Cross-contamination with Gluten Post Customary Sanitation Study
    by Eleanore Dara
  • Should You Put Your Child On A Gluten-Free Diet?
    by Dr. Vikki Petersen, , DC, CCN
  • Prick a Finger…Save a Life: How YOU Can Make a Difference in Celiac Disease Research
    by Vanessa Maltin Weisbrod
  • Gluten-free Made Simple
    by Amie Valpone
  • The Gluten-free Market in USA, Europe and Poland
    by Leszek Jaszczak
  • “Domino’s Pizza Offers Gluten Free Crust”...I Think Not!
    by Vonnie Mostat
  • Sjögren’s Syndrome: The Link with Celiac Disease
    by Tina Turbin 

Summer 2012 edition table of contents:

  • Skin Contamination and the Celiac
    by Vonnie Mostat
  • Autism—Can a Gluten-free Diet Help?
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • Is Your Gut Creating Nervous System Trauma?
    by Dr. Vikki Petersen, , DC, CCN
  • My Summer Picnic Recipe List
    by Amie Valpone
  • Gluten Free Watchdog, a Novel Idea
    by Becky Herman interviewing:  Tricia Thompson, MS, RD
  • Quality Management in the Production of Gluten-Free Food
    by Leszek Jaszczak
  • You’re Not Crazy: Coping with Celiac Disease/Gluten Sensitivity
    by Melody Stiles, MSW, LCSW, MAC, LCAC

Spring 2012 edition table of contents:

  • Confessions of a Celiac “NERD” - Part 2
    by Vonnie Mostat
  • Media Sheep in Hot Pursuit of Flawed Expert Opinion
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • The 10 Most Common Mistakes People Make When Dealing with Gluten Intolerance
    by Dr. Vikki Petersen, , DC, CCN
  • Role of Probiotics in Improving Gut Health in Celiac Disease
    by Alexander R. Shikhman, MD, PhD, FACR
  • A Gluten-free Diet is Not Just Another Fad Diet!
    by Cindy Fuchser, RN, Health Coach
  • New Gluten-Free Classifications
    by Diana Gitig, Ph.D.

Winter 2012 edition table of contents:

  • Confessions of a Celiac “NERD”
    by Vonnie Mostat
  • The Many Benefits of a Gluten-Free Diet
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • Gluten Intolerance Affects Hormonal Balance
    by Dr. Vikki Petersen, , DC, CCN
  • Risk Factors for Osteoporosis and Celiac Disease
    by Alexander R. Shikhman, MD, PhD, FACR
  • A Fond Farewell to My Fellow Journal Readers
    by Connie Sarros
  • Gluten-Free Convenience
    by Betty Wedman-St Louis, PhD, RD
  • Prices of Gluten-Free Versus “Regular” Foods - What to Do?
    by Tina Turbin
  • An Open Letter to the NIH
    by Gordon Heinrichs
  • New E-Book on the Horizon
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.

Autumn 2011 edition table of contents:

  • Gluten-Free Convenience
    by Betty Wedman-St Louis, PhD, RD
  • Are Celiac Support Group Numbers Dwindling?
    by Bev Messner
  • Where the Gut and Brain Meet: Celiac Disease and Mental Health
    by Brian Dean, MS, RD
  • Five-Minute Healthy Breakfasts
    by Connie Sarros
  • Traveling Gluten-Free
    by Dan Cojanu
  • The Connection between Gluten Intolerance and Sjogren’s Syndrome
    by Alexander R. Shikhman, MD, PhD, FACR
  • No Halloween Tears Please
    by Kate Ozello
  • Stutters, Stammers, and Gluten – Is there a connection?
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • Gluten Free Watchdog, A Novel Idea
    by Tricia Thompson, MS, RD
  • New Laboratory Tests for those with Gluten Intolerance
    by Dr Vikki Petersen, DC, CCN

Summer 2011 edition table of contents:

  • Is a Gluten-free Diet an Effective Weight Loss Strategy?
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • Clumsiness and Imbalance
    by Gini Warner, MA
  • Celiac Disease and Heart Disease: One Chain, Many Links
    by Brian Dean, R.D., MS
  • CNN Gets it Wrong: You Can’t Cheat if You’re Gluten Sensitive
    by Dr. Vikki Petersen
  • Incidence of Refractory Celiac Disease May be Higher than Previously Thought
    by Tina Turbin
  • Foods to Take Along When Traveling
    by Connie Sarros
  • Out, Damned Spot!
    by Yvonne "Vonnie" Mostat

Spring 2011 edition table of contents:

  • Why Don’t I Feel Great on a Gluten-Free Diet: Sensitivity or Cross-Reactivity?
    by Dr. Tom O’Bryan
  • More Resistance to the Large Prevalence of Celiac Disease
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • Type 1 Diabetics Frequently Have Undiagnosed Celiac Disease
    by Dr. Vikki Petersen
  • Is Celiac Genetic Testing Reliable?
    by Tina Turbin
  • Gluten Can Cause GI Symptoms in People Who Don’t Have Celiac
    by Diana Gitig, Ph.D.
  • It’s a Wrap!
    by Connie Sarros
  • Letters to the Editor

Winter 2011 edition table of contents:

  • The Conundrum of Gluten Sensitivity: Why the Tests are Often Wrong
    by Dr. Tom O’Bryan
  • Metabonomics and Celiac Disease: A New Frontier
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • Do You Still Have Symptoms on a Gluten-Free Diet? It May Be Your Microbiotia
    by Frank W. Jackson MD, Gastroenterologist
  • Is a Gluten-Free Diet Still Enough for People with Celiac Disease?
    by Max Librach
  • Female Hormones and Autoimmune Disease—the Connection
    by Dr. Vikki Petersen
  • USA Has Yet to Define “Gluten-Free” for Food Labels
    by Tina Turbin
  • Thrifty Tips for the Gluten-free Diet
    by Connie Sarros

Autumn 2010 edition table of contents:

  • The Psychological Impact of Celiac Disease
    by Kit Kellison
  • Better Education for Celiac and Gluten-Sensitive Patients
    by Dr. Vikki Petersen
  • Gluten and Immunity
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • Living With Celiac Disease & Diabetes
    by Betty Wedman-St Louis, PhD, RD
  • Atypical Celiac Disease
    by Heidi Kelly
  • Lymphoma
    by John B. Symes, D.V.M.
  • Blood Testing for Celiac Disease Isn’t Very Accurate
    by Tina Turbin
  • Sickle Cell Disease
    by John B. Symes, D.V.M.

Summer 2010 edition table of contents:

  • Preventing Autoimmune Disease—How Healing the Gut Can Help
    by Dr. Vikki Petersen
  • Top Seven Misconceptions About the Gluten-Free Lifestyle
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • The Psychology of Celiac Disease
    by Katherine D. Daly, M.A., Carolyn M. Tucker, Ph.D., & Logan M. Pyle
  • Vitamin D, Antibiotics and the Immune System
    by John B. Symes, DVM
  • The Fruit Factor
    by Connie Sarros
  • What is Xanthan Gum? Does it Contain Gluten?
    by Gini Warner
  • Purpura and Celiac Disease
    by Jane Ogg
  • Gluten Free Travel to Nassau, Bahamas
    by April Baxter

Spring 2010 edition table of contents:

 

  • Gluten-Free But Still Feeling Ill
    by Dr. Vikki Petersen
  • Past, Present, and Future Heroes of the Gluten Sensitive Community
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan
  • Upgrading the Gluten-Free Diet
    by Melissa Diane Smith
  • The Plagues of Pandora’s Box on Humankind
    by John B. Symes, DVM 
  • Gluten-Free Camp Improves Quality of Life
    by Destiny Stone
  • Going Green
    by Connie Sarros
  • Willem-Karel Dicke: Pioneer in Gluten-free Diet in the Treatment of Celiac Disease
    by Jefferson Adams

 

Winter 2010 edition table of contents:

  • Wheat Germ Lectin: Opening Pandora’s Bread Box
    by Sayer Ji
  • Hippies Weren’t the Only Ones Tripping in the Sixties
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • The Happiest Child
    by Phillipa Sheard
  • Migraines in Women and Celiac Disease
    by Jennifer Arrington
  • Savory, Scrumptious Soups have Serious Healing Powers
    by Connie Sarros
  • Dinner on the Run?
    by Karen Robertson
  • When T3 Cures Back Pain
    by Edward R. Arnold

Preview back issues of Journal of Gluten Sensitivity - Continued »

Click here to order Journal of Gluten Sensitivity


Here is what people are saying about Journal of Gluten Sensitivity:

"Thanks for the excellent article Putting the Pieces Back Together by Roy S. Jamron in the winter 2005 issue. My Celiac diagnosis was made nearly one year ago after ten years of symptoms. I've not responded to just going gluten-free but have seen great improvement after beginning the Specific Carbohydrate Diet which excludes all grains and foods with double-bond sugars. Mr. Jamron's article gives me encouragement to continue reading, evaluating and testing. Most of all it encourages me not to lose heart and become discouraged. Please thank him."
-Fran

"The Summer 2004 issue of Scott's publication is the best ever! The articles I have read are wonderful. The article, 'How Lucky You Are', is one of the most positive that I have ever read. Virginia and I said the same thing a few days ago. Thanks for all you do."
-Genevieve

"I have enjoyed the Spring Issue of Scott-Free, and am wondering when the Summer Issue will be coming. Perhaps I am just anxious to receive the next issue, but do not want to be left out in the mailing. I appreciate the many informational articles, and especially was helped by 'The Anemia and Celiac Disease Connection' on page 5. I was notified by my Oncologist that my Iron level was low, and am now taking an iron pill, which is helping. The article certainly explained the problem, and was appreciated. I will be increasing my iron-rich foods, according to the list in the article."
-Ethel

"It never ceases to amaze me...the information you provide lines up so well with our experience with gluten intolerance and numerous issues related. The article 'Are Commensal Bacteria with a taste for Gluten the Missing Link in the Pathogenesis of Celiac Disease?' by Roy S. Jamron is excellent. I believe you have hit on the biggest breakthrough with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity...that being the role of bacteria."
-Bonnie

"Dear Scott, Your newsletter is absolutely wonderful. Between the Celiac disease, immune deficiency I have and allergies I always find new and GREAT information. Saturday I received the latest newsletter...Thanks again for a terrific Newsletter."
-Laurie in NY.

"Thanks for all the great information you provide. I want to respond to Ron Hogan's article "Magnesium helps rebuild bones in Celiac Disease" which originally appeared in the (Autumn) 2002 edition of Celiac.com's Scott-Free newsletter. I believe this article is "right on". I too have experienced improvement in bone density tests, I used Magnesium and calcium. My original bone density test (in 2001) had scores of -2.11 and -2.64, after 2 years of supplementing, my scores tested at -1.04 and -1.63 in 2003. At a Women's Wellness day, it was stated by a nurse that "you can not rebuild loss bone mass through supplementation" she seemed to offer little hope to those suffering with degenerative bone disease. (The focus of the speaker was preventative). I did sense that the magnesium was what I needed most during that time. I was diagnosed with bone spurs on my spine (possible calcium deposits?) I feel stories like Dr. Hogan's and mine can offer hope to those with bone loss."
-Bonnie H.

"Hello Scott, I want to tell you how absolutely fabulous your newsletter is. Thank You! Yesterday, I received an e-mail about subscribing to the newsletter. I assumed that because I am a subscriber, my subscription must be running out so I re-newed for
another year."
-Laurie W.

"Scott, thanks SO much for your help. I don't know how much of a one-person effort your newsletter is, but kudos to you and those who might be helping you..I applaud your efforts to pass along such vital information to those who are gluten intolerant."
-Terri C.

"I would like to congratulate you on your website, and newsletters. The information is fantastic and very helpful. Recently diagnosed with gluten intolerance (yeast and casein), I find your site one of the best for being informative."
-Linda

"I don't usually send testimonials, but your newsletter is an excellent source of up-to-date information about Celiac Disease. I highly recommend it to anyone with CD."
-Mack

"Thanks for the great website. I refer to it and recommend it all the time. Also I love your Scott Free newsletter. I have formed a local support group and used reference material from celiac.com all the time. You have helped many people. Keep up the good work!"
-Lila

"Just wanted you to know that I've just finished reading all three issues of the Scott Free newsletter. It is excellent! It is very professional; interesting articles. The newsletter seems to have started at a good time--I was just diagnosed with Celiac Disease in October 2002, and have been emersing myself in information about it. Thank you and keep up the good work!!"
- Lori in WI

"I spent the whole afternoon reading the Fall Issue. I was glad to see your picture and learned how to "take charge of my meal when eating out." I also enjoyed the articles on "New Horizons in the Treatment of Celiac Disease," and was happy to learn of "New Research Suggesting a Vaccine for Celiac Disease." I wish the U.S. were as advanced in research as Australia; I was tempted to move to Melbourne and take part in the study! So thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to read your publication."
-Sister Edith

"I must say I am very impressed with your newsletter! You have done a super job on it."
-Judi

"Thanks for providing another celiac resource - every bit helps us to manage the health of our two celiac boys."
-Anonymous Survey Respondent

"Your newsletter has been extremely helpful and informative."
-Anonymous Survey Respondent

"Thank you for providing this comprehensive and easy to understand resource!"
-Anonymous Survey Respondent

"I don't know what I would have done without your information and newsletter!!! It has helped me immensely!"
-Anonymous Survey Respondent

"I am so excited for you and your newsletter. Here's hoping it grows and grows. You seem to have worked very hard at your web site and now this newsletter. I refer people to it all the time. It's amazing that even the non-celiacs read it and are totally amazed at everything you have compiled...KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK - YOU ARE TO BE COMMENDED - YOU WIN THE BLUE RIBBON"
-Anonymous Survey Respondent

"I have been researching Celiac disease for years, and I will say your newsletter is extremely helpful. Thank you."
-Marilyn

"I Just wanted to let you know that I think it's fabulous--thanks!"
-Kathy, RD, CSP, CDE

"The newsletter arrived in yesterday's mail. It is wonderful! Thanks!"
-Beth

-"Great job on the newsletter! I enjoyed reading it and found it very informative and useful!"
-Amy

"The newsletter is excellent! There is a wonderful variety of topics and approaches, each article thoroughly covers the subject, there are statistics to back up statements and assertions, and the lay-out is easy to read. I especially liked the gold boxes at the beginning of each article--the reader's eye is drawn to them and the titles really stand out. The opening page that you wrote is excellent. The title captures the reader's attention and your citation of "spelt" was dramatic. (I can't believe that 6.5% of those surveyed didn't know spelt was forbidden!) You are absolutely right in your conclusion that "We have more work to do" in educating celiacs. It is obvious that you put a lot of work into this publication.You should be very proud of the results."
- Connie

Click here to order Journal of Gluten Sensitivity


Journal of Gluten Sensitivity
Click here to order Journal of Gluten Sensitivity and get free on-line access to the following back issues of Journal of Gluten Sensitivity:

 

 

Summer 2012 edition table of contents:

  • Skin Contamination and the Celiac
    By Vonnie Mostat
  • Autism—Can a Gluten-free Diet Help?
    By Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • Is Your Gut Creating Nervous System Trauma?
    By Dr. Vikki Petersen, , DC, CCN
  • My Summer Picnic Recipe List
    By Amie Valpone
  • Gluten Free Watchdog, a Novel Idea
    By Becky Herman interviewing:  Tricia Thompson, MS, RD
  • Quality Management in the Production of Gluten-Free Food
    By Leszek Jaszczak
  • You’re Not Crazy: Coping with Celiac Disease/Gluten Sensitivity
    By Melody Stiles, MSW, LCSW, MAC, LCAC

 

Spring 2012 edition table of contents:

  • Confessions of a Celiac “NERD” - Part 2 By Vonnie Mostat
  • Media Sheep in Hot Pursuit of Flawed Expert Opinion
    By Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • The 10 Most Common Mistakes People Make When Dealing with Gluten Intolerance By Dr. Vikki Petersen, , DC, CCN
  • Role of Probiotics in Improving Gut Health in Celiac Disease By Alexander R. Shikhman, MD, PhD, FACR
  • A Gluten-free Diet is Not Just Another Fad Diet! By Cindy Fuchser, RN, Health Coach
  • New Gluten-Free Classifications By Diana Gitig, Ph.D.


Winter 2012 edition table of contents:

  • Confessions of a Celiac “NERD”
    by Vonnie Mostat
  • The Many Benefits of a Gluten-Free Diet
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • Gluten Intolerance Affects Hormonal Balance
    by Dr. Vikki Petersen, , DC, CCN
  • Risk Factors for Osteoporosis and Celiac Disease
    by Alexander R. Shikhman, MD, PhD, FACR
  • A Fond Farewell to My Fellow Journal Readers
    by Connie Sarros
  • Gluten-Free Convenience
    by Betty Wedman-St Louis, PhD, RD
  • Prices of Gluten-Free Versus “Regular” Foods - What to Do?
    by Tina Turbin
  • An Open Letter to the NIH
    by Gordon Heinrichs
  • New E-Book on the Horizon
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.

Autumn 2011 edition table of contents:

  • Gluten-Free Convenience
    by Betty Wedman-St Louis, PhD, RD
  • Are Celiac Support Group Numbers Dwindling?
    by Bev Messner
  • Where the Gut and Brain Meet: Celiac Disease and Mental Health
    by Brian Dean, MS, RD
  • Five-Minute Healthy Breakfasts
    by Connie Sarros
  • Traveling Gluten-Free
    by Dan Cojanu
  • The Connection between Gluten Intolerance and Sjogren’s Syndrome
    by Alexander R. Shikhman, MD, PhD, FACR
  • No Halloween Tears Please
    by Kate Ozello
  • Stutters, Stammers, and Gluten – Is there a connection?
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • Gluten Free Watchdog, A Novel Idea
    by Tricia Thompson, MS, RD
  • New Laboratory Tests for those with Gluten Intolerance
    by Dr Vikki Petersen, DC, CCN

Summer 2011 edition table of contents:

  • Is a Gluten-free Diet an Effective Weight Loss Strategy?
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • Clumsiness and Imbalance
    by Gini Warner, MA
  • Celiac Disease and Heart Disease: One Chain, Many Links
    by Brian Dean, R.D., MS
  • CNN Gets it Wrong: You Can’t Cheat if You’re Gluten Sensitive
    by Dr. Vikki Petersen
  • Incidence of Refractory Celiac Disease May be Higher than Previously Thought
    by Tina Turbin
  • Foods to Take Along When Traveling
    by Connie Sarros
  • Out, Damned Spot!
    by Yvonne "Vonnie" Mostat

Spring 2011 edition table of contents:

  • Why Don’t I Feel Great on a Gluten-Free Diet: Sensitivity or Cross-Reactivity?
    by Dr. Tom O’Bryan
  • More Resistance to the Large Prevalence of Celiac Disease
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • Type 1 Diabetics Frequently Have Undiagnosed Celiac Disease
    by Dr. Vikki Petersen
  • Is Celiac Genetic Testing Reliable?
    by Tina Turbin
  • Gluten Can Cause GI Symptoms in People Who Don’t Have Celiac
    by Diana Gitig, Ph.D.
  • It’s a Wrap!
    by Connie Sarros
  • Letters to the Editor

Winter 2011 edition table of contents:

  • The Conundrum of Gluten Sensitivity: Why the Tests are Often Wrong
    by Dr. Tom O’Bryan
  • Metabonomics and Celiac Disease: A New Frontier
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • Do You Still Have Symptoms on a Gluten-Free Diet? It May Be Your Microbiotia
    by Frank W. Jackson MD, Gastroenterologist
  • Is a Gluten-Free Diet Still Enough for People with Celiac Disease?
    by Max Librach
  • Female Hormones and Autoimmune Disease—the Connection
    by Dr. Vikki Petersen
  • USA Has Yet to Define “Gluten-Free” for Food Labels
    by Tina Turbin
  • Thrifty Tips for the Gluten-free Diet
    by Connie Sarros

Autumn 2010 edition table of contents:

  • The Psychological Impact of Celiac Disease
    by Kit Kellison
  • Better Education for Celiac and Gluten-Sensitive Patients
    by Dr. Vikki Petersen
  • Gluten and Immunity
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • Living With Celiac Disease & Diabetes
    by Betty Wedman-St Louis, PhD, RD
  • Atypical Celiac Disease
    by Heidi Kelly
  • Lymphoma
    by John B. Symes, D.V.M.
  • Blood Testing for Celiac Disease Isn’t Very Accurate
    by Tina Turbin
  • Sickle Cell Disease
    by John B. Symes, D.V.M.

Summer 2010 edition table of contents:

  • Preventing Autoimmune Disease—How Healing the Gut Can Help
    by Dr. Vikki Petersen
  • Top Seven Misconceptions About the Gluten-Free Lifestyle
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • The Psychology of Celiac Disease
    by Katherine D. Daly, M.A., Carolyn M. Tucker, Ph.D., & Logan M. Pyle
  • Vitamin D, Antibiotics and the Immune System
    by John B. Symes, DVM
  • The Fruit Factor
    by Connie Sarros
  • What is Xanthan Gum? Does it Contain Gluten?
    by Gini Warner
  • Purpura and Celiac Disease
    by Jane Ogg
  • Gluten Free Travel to Nassau, Bahamas
    by April Baxter

Spring 2010 edition table of contents:

 

  • Gluten-Free But Still Feeling Ill
    by Dr. Vikki Petersen
  • Past, Present, and Future Heroes of the Gluten Sensitive Community
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan
  • Upgrading the Gluten-Free Diet
    by Melissa Diane Smith
  • The Plagues of Pandora’s Box on Humankind
    by John B. Symes, DVM 
  • Gluten-Free Camp Improves Quality of Life
    by Destiny Stone
  • Going Green
    by Connie Sarros
  • Willem-Karel Dicke: Pioneer in Gluten-free Diet in the Treatment of Celiac Disease
    by Jefferson Adams

 

Winter 2010 edition table of contents:

  • Wheat Germ Lectin: Opening Pandora’s Bread Box
    by Sayer Ji
  • Hippies Weren’t the Only Ones Tripping in the Sixties
    by Dr. Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.
  • The Happiest Child
    by Phillipa Sheard
  • Migraines in Women and Celiac Disease
    by Jennifer Arrington
  • Savory, Scrumptious Soups have Serious Healing Powers
    by Connie Sarros
  • Dinner on the Run?
    by Karen Robertson
  • When T3 Cures Back Pain
    by Edward R. Arnold

Preview back issues of Journal of Gluten Sensitivity - Continued »

Click here to order Journal of Gluten Sensitivity


Here is what people are saying about Journal of Gluten Sensitivity:

"Thanks for the excellent article Putting the Pieces Back Together by Roy S. Jamron in the winter 2005 issue. My Celiac diagnosis was made nearly one year ago after ten years of symptoms. I've not responded to just going gluten-free but have seen great improvement after beginning the Specific Carbohydrate Diet which excludes all grains and foods with double-bond sugars. Mr. Jamron's article gives me encouragement to continue reading, evaluating and testing. Most of all it encourages me not to lose heart and become discouraged. Please thank him."
-Fran

"The Summer 2004 issue of Scott's publication is the best ever! The articles I have read are wonderful. The article, 'How Lucky You Are', is one of the most positive that I have ever read. Virginia and I said the same thing a few days ago. Thanks for all you do."
-Genevieve

"I have enjoyed the Spring Issue of Scott-Free, and am wondering when the Summer Issue will be coming. Perhaps I am just anxious to receive the next issue, but do not want to be left out in the mailing. I appreciate the many informational articles, and especially was helped by 'The Anemia and Celiac Disease Connection' on page 5. I was notified by my Oncologist that my Iron level was low, and am now taking an iron pill, which is helping. The article certainly explained the problem, and was appreciated. I will be increasing my iron-rich foods, according to the list in the article."
-Ethel

"It never ceases to amaze me...the information you provide lines up so well with our experience with gluten intolerance and numerous issues related. The article 'Are Commensal Bacteria with a taste for Gluten the Missing Link in the Pathogenesis of Celiac Disease?' by Roy S. Jamron is excellent. I believe you have hit on the biggest breakthrough with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity...that being the role of bacteria."
-Bonnie

"Dear Scott, Your newsletter is absolutely wonderful. Between the Celiac disease, immune deficiency I have and allergies I always find new and GREAT information. Saturday I received the latest newsletter...Thanks again for a terrific Newsletter."
-Laurie in NY.

"Thanks for all the great information you provide. I want to respond to Ron Hogan's article "Magnesium helps rebuild bones in Celiac Disease" which originally appeared in the (Autumn) 2002 edition of Celiac.com's Scott-Free newsletter. I believe this article is "right on". I too have experienced improvement in bone density tests, I used Magnesium and calcium. My original bone density test (in 2001) had scores of -2.11 and -2.64, after 2 years of supplementing, my scores tested at -1.04 and -1.63 in 2003. At a Women's Wellness day, it was stated by a nurse that "you can not rebuild loss bone mass through supplementation" she seemed to offer little hope to those suffering with degenerative bone disease. (The focus of the speaker was preventative). I did sense that the magnesium was what I needed most during that time. I was diagnosed with bone spurs on my spine (possible calcium deposits?) I feel stories like Dr. Hogan's and mine can offer hope to those with bone loss."
-Bonnie H.

"Hello Scott, I want to tell you how absolutely fabulous your newsletter is. Thank You! Yesterday, I received an e-mail about subscribing to the newsletter. I assumed that because I am a subscriber, my subscription must be running out so I re-newed for
another year."
-Laurie W.

"Scott, thanks SO much for your help. I don't know how much of a one-person effort your newsletter is, but kudos to you and those who might be helping you..I applaud your efforts to pass along such vital information to those who are gluten intolerant."
-Terri C.

"I would like to congratulate you on your website, and newsletters. The information is fantastic and very helpful. Recently diagnosed with gluten intolerance (yeast and casein), I find your site one of the best for being informative."
-Linda

"I don't usually send testimonials, but your newsletter is an excellent source of up-to-date information about Celiac Disease. I highly recommend it to anyone with CD."
-Mack

"Thanks for the great website. I refer to it and recommend it all the time. Also I love your Scott Free newsletter. I have formed a local support group and used reference material from celiac.com all the time. You have helped many people. Keep up the good work!"
-Lila

"Just wanted you to know that I've just finished reading all three issues of the Scott Free newsletter. It is excellent! It is very professional; interesting articles. The newsletter seems to have started at a good time--I was just diagnosed with Celiac Disease in October 2002, and have been emersing myself in information about it. Thank you and keep up the good work!!"
- Lori in WI

"I spent the whole afternoon reading the Fall Issue. I was glad to see your picture and learned how to "take charge of my meal when eating out." I also enjoyed the articles on "New Horizons in the Treatment of Celiac Disease," and was happy to learn of "New Research Suggesting a Vaccine for Celiac Disease." I wish the U.S. were as advanced in research as Australia; I was tempted to move to Melbourne and take part in the study! So thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to read your publication."
-Sister Edith

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- Connie

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