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The secret behind a gluten-free diet. Facts you need to know.. - Empire State...
Empire State Tribune
The secret behind a gluten-free diet. Facts you need to know..
Empire State Tribune
A recent study has suggested that although only 7% American need gluten-free diet, more than 63% of Americans are conscious of gluten intake and try to avoid it. The most supported claim for this action is the belief that gluten would make them healthy and ...
Gluten-Free Products: Not Good For Health, Experts Say Capitalberg
Why gluten free diet is not good for healthy people Northern Voices Online
What is Gluten-Free Diet? Beta Wired
Pioneer News - The Utah People's Post - Dumb-Out
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Celiac Disease Support Group to meet at Canton-Potsdam Hospital Nov. 24 - Nor...
Celiac Disease Support Group to meet at Canton-Potsdam Hospital Nov. 24
North Country Now
POTSDAM -- Canton-Potsdam Hospital's Celiac Disease Support Group will meet Monday, Nov. 24 at 7 p.m. in the second floor classroom on the hospital's main campus at 50 Leroy St. Members of the community are welcome and encouraged to attend, ...
Clio woman leads the Genesee County fight against celiac disease, now in ... ...
Clio woman leads the Genesee County fight against celiac disease, now in ...
Margaret Clegg, president of the Mid Michigan Celiac Support Group, receives books to study and review for her blog, where she helps others with celiac disease or food allergies with advice on guiding through the confusing life difficulties. Tommy ...
Gluten-free stuffing ideas safe for celiac disease - eMaxHealth
Gluten-free stuffing ideas safe for celiac disease
Stuffing is an essential part of the holiday meal, and there are gluten-free versions which are safe for people with celiac disease. Stuffing does not have to be made with dangerous gluten-containing ingredients. There are recipes to help you make it ...
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Celiac Later in Life: Can You Become Gluten Intolerant? - Everyday Health
Celiac Later in Life: Can You Become Gluten Intolerant?
Celiac disease is an autoimmune condition that tends to run in families. People with celiac can't tolerate gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). In these people, gluten damages the part ...
Celiac Disease Researchers Say Oats May Be Bad As Well RedOrbit
Researchers work on new celiac disease medications eMaxHealth
New research may help develop drug for celiac disease News-Medical.net
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Cheapen gluten-free food for celiac patients, panel says - Jerusalem Post
Cheapen gluten-free food for celiac patients, panel says
In addition, said Rahel Brodno of R.B. Grains, which imports food for celiac patients, the products are considered ?sensitive,? so the Health Ministry requires extra tests that raise the prices. She proposed waiving such tests for products that have ...
New clue in celiac disease puzzle: Cause of oat toxicity explained - Medical ...
New clue in celiac disease puzzle: Cause of oat toxicity explained
Dr. Jason Tye-Din (L) and Dr. Melinda Hardy have revealed how oats are toxic for 8 percent of people with celiac disease. Credit: Walter and Eliza Hall Institute. Melbourne researchers have identified why some people with coeliac disease show an immune ...
Celiac disease linked to oat toxicity eMaxHealth
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No increased risk of cancer death with celiac disease - Reuters
Bangor Daily News
No increased risk of cancer death with celiac disease
(Reuters Health) - By 10 years after a diagnosis of celiac disease, people with the condition are no more likely to die from cancer or cardiovascular disease than the general population, according to a new study. People with celiac disease were, in ...
Study: Celiac disease not associated with elevated cancer risk Bangor Daily News
Celiac disease 'not as dangerous as previously thought' The Globe and Mail
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Celiac disease: 'A constant war with food and me' - Springfield News-Leader
Celiac disease: 'A constant war with food and me'
The 33-year-old Springfield woman has celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder where ingesting gluten would damage her small intestine and cause a host of other debilitating symptoms. Gluten is the major protein found in wheat, barley and rye that gives ...
People with celiac disease more likely to fracture bones - Reuters
People with celiac disease more likely to fracture bones
(Reuters Health) - People diagnosed with celiac disease are almost twice as likely as those without it to break a bone, according to a new review of the evidence. More studies are needed, though, to see if people whose celiac hasn't been diagnosed yet ...
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The Rise of Celiac Disease Still Stumps Scientists - TIME
The Rise of Celiac Disease Still Stumps Scientists
Two new studies in the New England Journal of Medicine rocked the world of celiac research, both proving that scientists have a ways to go in their understanding of celiac disease, which affects about 1% of the population, whether they know it or not.
Vital Signs: With celiac disease, cooking from scratch offers control over ... The Daily Progress
Support for celiac sufferers Suburban Life Publications
Living well gluten free Fox News
Today.com - Deadspin
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