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    CPT B. Donald Andrasik is the author of Gluten-free in Afghanistan – A Soldier's Dietary Memoir, available on Celiac.com, Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.

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    Jefferson Adams
    Celiac.com 01/08/2015 - The Israeli Defense Forces has announced plans to provide gluten-free meals for its troops with celiac disease.
    The IDF will soon provide its soldiers with gluten-free battle rations, which means that combat service will be an option for Israelis who suffer from celiac disease.
    Until last September, Israelis with celiac disease were exempted from...

    Jefferson Adams
    Celiac.com 03/04/2016 - For anyone who hasn't seen it, the website Glutendude.com has an article titled "Why Doesn't the Military Accept Those With Celiac Disease?"
    The article highlights the story of a smart, capable, American who was motivated to serve in the military, but who was medically disqualified by military policy, and all had failed in all attempts to secure an...

    Tracy Grabowski
    Celiac.com 08/09/2016 - Is athletic improvement, after beginning a gluten-free diet, a sign that the athlete had gluten intolerance or celiac disease? Or, could it simply be a benefit of following a gluten-free diet?
    The real cause of the gluten-free athlete's improved athletic performance may be harder to uncover than you think. Could the serious athlete's diet, free from gliadin...

    Jefferson Adams
    Celiac.com 01/24/2017 - Coming from homes where gluten-free food is abundant and taken for granted, many college students struggle with maintaining their diets during their time on campus.
    That struggle is the focus of numerous efforts by campuses nationwide to provide solid, reliable and abundant gluten-free food options for their students.
    At a place like SMU, that can...

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    Hi ...my 19 year old daughter in January of 2019 started having stomach pain. Since we have had endoscopy and colonoscopy...in April it was determined she had a non functioning gall bladder and was removed, we were happy just knowing that...
    About 30% or a bit more of the entire population has the celiac genes.  Only a tiny few actually develop celiac disease. The gene test just rules out celiac disease.   My advice is to find a medical doctor who is celiac savvy.  One th...
    I don’t know why you had a stool test instead of a blood test.  But taking the actual blood test for Celiac while gluten-free is not a good idea.  It tells you nothing.  If you have Celiac , and are eating gluten-free, you shouldn’t be mak...
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