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    Celiac.com Sponsor: Review
    I tried out a new app called “Gluten Free Bartender.”  This app is designed to make life easier for people to find gluten-free drinks. The “Drinks” section opens by default, and in it you will find categories: beers, champagne, ciders, liquors, mixers, wine coolers, wines, and miscellaneous.
    What I really liked about the app was the ability to view categories by brand, or by r...

    Celiac.com Sponsor: Review
    Healthy gluten-free meals for an entire week, month or year are now possible using the Gluten Free Meal Planner.  With this amazing online service you can get access to ideas for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  The menus come with a pretty photo of the finished dish along with easy to follow instructions including preparation and baking time. 
    I especially love the way the sh...

    Celiac.com Sponsor: Review
    If you are someone who likes getting a surprise in the mailbox on a regular basis, a delivery of new gluten-free products from Send Me Gluten Free is definitely something you should try. 
    Each month a variety of gluten-free items will arrive on your doorstep in a bright orange box.  The ability to try different products and compare them is a smart idea.  For example, in the bo...

    Jefferson Adams
    Celiac.com 11/04/2014 - 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.
    The overall market for gluten-free products is currently dominated...

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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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