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    Image: CC--Sebastien Wiertz

    New gluten-free information continually appears on the scene through journals like this one and others. It helps direct many towards a more robust life. Millions of people however are left in the shadows, confused and frustrated because they have low health literacy; lacking the ability to access, understand, and process health information and services.



    Photo: CC--Vic

    Are doctors asking enough questions about gluten-free diet compliance in the patients with celiac disease?



    Image: CC--James Kim

    The title of my article might seem a little shocking to most of the celiac community. Why wouldn't I want restaurants to offer high quality, safe meals to those who suffer from celiac disease or from non-celiac gluten intolerance so they could also enjoy dining out with their family and friends like everyone else?



    There is no gluten in meth. Photo: CC--JayW51

    A "satire" article claims meth contains gluten. This is simply false.



    Fertility doctor secretly fathered patients' children. Photo: CBC

    A celiac disease diagnosis was part of a puzzle that led a couple and their child to the fertility doctor who had helped them to conceive.



    Photo: CC--Tomas Faro

    Does a gluten-free diet imrove the performance of competitive bicyclists, even if they don't have celiac disease?



    Image: CC--Jeff Turner

    Do you know someone who has lived with celiac disease for over eighty years? Someone who lived on nothing but mashed bananas for a year? Someone who continued to eat gluten for over 30 years because doctors didn't know how to treat a celiac diagnosis? Someone who experienced serious physical, emotional, and family challenges as a result?



    A viral video led to lawsuits against the makers of Benicar. Photo: CC--Michael Coghlan

    Curious about that video that sparked a lawsuit against the makers of Benicar? Watch it here.



    Image: CC--Oonagh Teager

    Homeopathy is incredibly useful for my family and could be a great method for your celiac child and your family.  Many of the preparations are gluten-free and help the body heal naturally.  So what do you have to lose?



    Is flour from mangoes the next hot gluten-free trend? Photo: CC--S. Alexis

    Is flour made from mangoes the hot new gluten-free alternative to wheat flour?



    Is your Halloween candy gluten-free? Photo: Aotaro

    Here is Celiac.com's list of Gluten-free and Gluten-safe Candy for Halloween 2016. This year, we offer our most up-to-date list, with additions to both our Safe and our Unsafe lists.



    Image: CC--Jessica Spengler

    Vitamin K was discovered in 1929 and named for the German word koagulation with Herrick Dam and Edward A. Doisy receiving the Nobel Prize for their research in 1943. But Vitamin K is a multi-functional nutrient.



    Lucky Charms cereal is the latest General Mills cereal to go gluten-free. Photo: CC--Mike Mozart

    Good news for anyone on a gluten-free diet who misses their beloved Lucky Charms breakfast cereal.



    Image: CC-- Edsel Little

    You do not need to be celiac to need to stay away from gluten. Wheat isn't just harmful to celiac or gluten-sensitive individuals. Did you know that just one slice of wheat bread raises one's blood sugar higher than 3 teaspoons of table sugar? That is equivalent to 12 grams of sugar! Talk about diabetes waiting to happen!



    Has Barilla Pasta Been Ripping Off Customers? Photo: CC--Creative Tools

    If you've bought pasta in a box, or if you've even strolled your boxed pasta aisle at the supermarket, you've likely come across Barilla, and their famous blue box. Well, it turns out that the world's largest pasta-maker might have been ripping off customers by routinely under filling their boxes.



    Image: CC--Tom Hilton

    Several years ago, Dr. Levinovitz contacted me by telephone, asking if he could interview me then, and in subsequent calls, for a book he was writing about gluten consumption. Assuming he, as an academic employed by a university, had an open mind, I was happy to share my own anti-gluten paradigm and the sources of my angst about these harmful foods.



    Image: CC--Craig Dugas

    I have been following a gluten-free diet since being medically diagnosed with celiac disease as a toddler. My food choices have certainly evolved over the years. Many life experiences have influenced this evolution, including the loss of loved ones to cancer, experiencing my own health struggles resulting from celiac disease, and many surprising things I have learned from studying holistic nutrition.



    Starbuck looks to add more and better gluten-free options. Photo: CC--Angela Thompson

    Coffee giant Starbucks looks to feature more and better dietary specialty options, including gluten-free products. Will they succeed?



    Image: CC--Ansel Edwards

    A surprising research report from Australia that explores non celiac gluten sensitivity has given rise to a number of journalistic offerings that range between offensive and downright silly, while the reporters who wrote them appear to have somewhat compromised reading skills. That is not to say that the research report is without problems. However, at least that report requires a close reading to identify its most troubling elements.



    Olemsartan linked to celiac disease and malabsorption. This image does not depict olmesartan or Benicar. Photo: CC--stupid systemus

    Some doctors and clinicians have reported cases of severe sprue-like enteropathy associated with olmesartan, but, until now, no clear demonstration of an increased risk has been documented by epidemiological studies.


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