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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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I don't get the paper on weekdays but a friend told me about the article. If you go to www.ajc.com you can view it for free (think for 7 days). You click on living, then food and drink and then the article is about half way down the page. It lists the non-profit Celiac sites and some of the online gluten-free food sites as well!

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thank you for sharing that. I just e-mailed the author of that article to thank her, I also addressed the issue that she mentioned that "the damage to the intestine can be fully healed within six months." I told her that in some cases that is true, but the average is two years...

anyway, I thanked her for writing it and asked her to address the need for Celiacs to follow a balanced diet and taking supplements... that most newly dx'ed Celiacs are simply just told to avoid gluten and they will be fine... Hope she continues to write about this subject

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I e-mailed her to thank her too.....but I didn't think to correct her. As always you on top of things Nisla.

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It's always great to see the Atlanta Urinal and Constituition (yes that's what people in ATL call the newspaper, it's all in good fun...) write up great articles....I subscribe via internet and was in a hurry and didn't even catch it. Thanks for sharing this!

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