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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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    Serbian tennis master Novak Djokovic offers gluten-free nutrition tips in his new book "Serve to Win: The 14-Day Gluten-Free Plan for Physical and Mental Excellence.''



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    Real Housewives of New Jersey star Jacqueline Laurita, a gluten-free diet is just the start. She's trying anything and everything to help their autistic three-year-old son Nicholas, including some pretty high-tech therapies.



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    Online restaurant food service GrubHub's analysis of 20,000+ restaurants in more than 500 US cities also shows that gluten-free takeout orders are up 60% from April 2012.



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    A new analysis of the various segments of the global gluten-free product market is helping researchers to better understand the finer aspects of the market, and to better forecast global volume and revenue prospects for gluten-free products. It also looks at the major forces both driving and impeding the global gluten-free product market.



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    If you brew a bunch of beer using traditional wheat and barley, then add enzymes to break down gluten proteins so that the final product tests negative for gluten, is the beer actually gluten-free? Should it be labeled as gluten-free?



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    Meanwhile, on the Canadian gluten-free front, a local lawmaker has introduced a bill to have testing for celiac disease covered by the Ontario Health Insurance Plan.



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    Pregnant women with higher levels of issue transglutaminase (anti-tTG), an antibody common in people with celiac disease, at risk for low fetal and birth weight in their babies, according to a new study in Gastroenterology.



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    Oscar winner Gwyneth Paltrow is out in advance of Iron Man 3, and speaking about the benefits of eating gluten-free, and about her gluten-free cook book due out next month.



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    Tragedy has struck the celiac community when an established author's life was taken while crossing a street in Calgary, Canada. She was a popular published author by the name of Wendy Turnball.



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    After earning the title of Miss Hoboken International in January, and Miss New Jersey International 2013 on March 9, Celiac disease sufferer Jenna Drew will compete with young women from across the globe in the Miss International Pageant in Chicago this July.



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    In March of 2013, celebrity Jennifer Esposito opened her very own gluten-free bakery titled Jennifer's Way Bakery. You may recognize her from movies such as Crash and Summer of Sam. Her new establishment can be found in Manhattan's East Village. 



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    Anyone who has ever struggled with a gluten-free diet can likely identify with tennis star Novak Djokovic. the wold's top tennis player has struggled to faithfully remain 100% gluten-free, and has turned to his mom for a bit of help.



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    The University of Arizona (U of A) has announced plans to add an exclusive gluten-free space as part of their remodeling of the Student Unions' On Deck Deli.




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    A new study indicates that introducing gluten gradually during breastfeeding can lower risk of childhood celiac disease.



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    One in three adults want to avoid or cut down on gluten in their diets, says a survey from the consumer research firm, NPD Group.



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    People are wary (for good reason) of products that are derived from gluten-containing ingredients, and few products have received quite as much heat as beer. Gluten-removed beers are almost always tested to under 20ppm gluten to allay the concerns of celiacs, but the reliability of such tests is often challenged. Can we really trust the results of gluten tests performed on beer?



    CC--Rachel from Cupcakes Take the Cake

    Gluten-free foodies in the Chicago/Evanston area were faced with the closure of one of their best gluten-free bakeries, until a good samaritan stepped forward with a business plan and a check.



    Photo: CC--Jurvetson

    Although about 1% of the US population, most of whom are undiagnosed, likely have celiac disease, people who have been officially diagnosed with celiac disease make up less than 0.1% of the population.



    Photo of Novak Djokovic serving at the French Open: CC-y.caradec

    Gluten-free tennis sensation Novak Djokovic's recent five set victory over Andy Murray at Melbourne Park makes him the first man in the 45-year Open era to win three consecutive Australian Opens.



    Photo: CC--Robert Banh

    In my opinion, donuts are right up there with beer and pizza among the beloved foods I missed most after going gluten-free. That said, there has been strong progress on developing delicious gluten-free beers, and gluten-free pizza is one of the hottest, fastest growing trends among pizza retailers. So, there is some relief on those two fronts.


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