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Conferences, Publicity, Pregnancy, Church, Bread Machines, Distillation & Beer

This category covers reports on celiac disease conferences, including press and publicity, celiac disease and pregnancy issues, various issues surrounding gluten in communion wafers and the Catholic Church, gluten-free bread machines, and the distillation process and gluten in beer.

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    In what is basically a response to falling cereal sales and rising gluten-free demand, General Mills has announced plans to add Lucky Charms to its stable of gluten-free cereals.



    Photo shows Japan's Yamazaki distillery. Photo: CC--Toukou Sousui

    An Irish distillery has run afoul of regulatory authorities over labels that tout its gin and vodka as "gluten-free." The artisanal, Cork-based, St Patrick's Distillery claims it is a common misconception that all gin and vodkas were gluten free.



    Kids run on the beach. Photo: CC--Beshef

    Some researchers have suspected that certain prenatal and perinatal factors might affect risk for development of celiac disease, but there is very little data. With this in mind, a team of researchers set out to determine if any prenatal and perinatal factors might affect risk for development of celiac disease in children.



    Konig Pilsner is not part of the gluten-free barley plan, to our knowledge. Photo: CC--Houston Entree

    The Germans are planning to brew a gluten-free beer from special gluten-free barley grown in Tasmania. How cool is that?



    This may be the last week of Celiac Awareness Month, but you can still help us! This year I hope literature got to you soon enough to get you "on board" informing people about what celiac disease is and just what gluten intolerance is. For years many people reported having celiac-like symptoms—abdominal pain, fatigue, foggy mind, joint pain, tingling of the extremities, even depression, but repeatedly tested negative for celiac disease, and yet responded positively to the gluten free diet.



    In his article titled "Against the Grain," published in the November 3, 2014 issue of The New Yorker, Michael Specter likens the Gluten and Allergen Free Expo to "a travelling medicine show" in the first paragraph (1). Just in case a reader was half asleep and missed the bias embodied in that phrase, Specter ends the same first paragraph with: "There was even gluten-free dog food." It's hard to miss the harsh, cynical tone, and it is a shame that he usurped the name of Melissa Diane Smith's informative book to title his invective.



    Ground Breaker Brewery ales. Photo: Chris Betts

    Portland-based Ground Breaker Brewery, a 100-percent gluten-free brewery, is turning to Kickstarter to fund a new canning operation.



    Image: CC--MillerCoors

    Coors Peak beer, a gluten-free copper lager, which hit store shelves in Seattle and Portland, is wasting no time in collecting accolades from gluten-free organizations.



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    The Gluten Free Expo in Canada is incorporated under GF Events Limited. Since January 2012, and under the guidance of Margaret Dron has held 10 Shows in Canada. It started in a small community centre gymnasium in Vancouver B.C. with just two goals



    Photo: CC-- Andrea Raffin

    Gwyneth Paltrow is making gluten-free celebrity news again for helping her longtime stylist go gluten-free and drop some major weight.



    As 2015 fast approaches, Celiac.com's editors have taken some time to put together a list of Celiac.com's most important celiac disease and gluten-free diet news published over the past year, at least according to our site's many readers.



    Photo: CC--Trevor

    A recent study shows no increase in risk for pregnancy complications and adverse birth outcomes for women with celiac disease.



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    Catholics with celiac disease hopeful as U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops votes overwhelmingly in favor of revising Guidelines for the Celebration of the Sacraments with Persons with Disabilities. 



    Photo: CC--Lars Plougmann

    As a celiac patient or relative of a celiac patient, many have come to understand the mental and physical symptoms of celiac disease directly or indirectly. Now the time has come for your infant to delve into the world of eating solid foods, most of which happen to contain gluten, especially the first baby cereals.



    Photo: Wikimedia Commons--Ana Vita

    Jennifer Lopez is our latest celebrity to tout the benefits of a gluten-free diet, credits a dairy-free and gluten-free vegan diet with helping her shed an unwanted 10 pounds.



    Photo: Wikimedia Commons--Lockeed Martin

    Not long ago, the market for gluten-free products was regarded as a market of specialty products intended for niche shoppers and vendors. That has changed rapidly, as the market has evolved into a bona fide mainstream market serving shoppers with a strong affiliation for gluten-free products.



    Photo: CC--Michael Carmody

    Some data have suggested that introducing gluten to infants at 4 to 6 months of age can help to lower the risk of celiac disease. To get a clearer picture of any potential benefits of introducing gluten within this time period, a team of researchers performed a multi-center, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled dietary-intervention study.



    Michele Bender at a support group meeting

    I am currently working on my Girl Scout Gold Award. Diagnosed in 2003 with Celiac, I have been on the gluten free diet for over 11 years. I focused my Gold Award on helping people who are already on the diet and infoming the public about Celiac disease. 



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    Never far from the intersection of irreverential humor, current events and controversy, Comedy Central's South Park is running the gluten-free gauntlet in its most recent episode, provocatively titled: Gluten-free Ebola.



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    The report breaks down the gluten-free products market into the following categories including Bakery & Confectionery, Snacks, Breakfast Cereals, Baking Mixes & Flour, Meat & Poultry Products), Sales Channel (Natural & Conventional) & Geography, and uses analysis and forecasting of the global revenue and volume for gluten-free products to project global trends & forecasts to 2018.


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