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Celiac.com Podcast Edition - Episode 26 - Celiac Disease and Gluten-Free Diet News

Celiac.com 04/26/2010 - Welcome To Celiac.com Podcast Edition!

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that codes for these antigens. The genes that encode the class II molecules DQ2 and DQ8, the key genetic risk factors in celiac disease. Because the HLA complex is inherited intact as two haplotypes (one from each parent), siblings have 1 in 4 chance of being HLA-identical.'); return false">HLA DQ2 Gliadin from “HLA-DQ2-gliadin Tetramer for Diagnosis of Celiac Disease" by Jefferson Adams
  • Mass Screening Could Solve A Lot of Problems from “Celiac Disease Mass Screening May be Cost Effective" by Destiny Stone
  • Restless Leg Syndrome from “Restless Leg Syndrome Common in Adults with Celiac Disease" by Jefferson Adams
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    Thank you i have the colonoscopy on Tuesday and am dreading the prep more than anything lol. I think what ever the outcome I will try a gluten free diet to see if it helps with the symptoms. I've read so many stories of people going gluten free and symptoms such as depression, anxiety...

    A positive on any one celiac test should lead to an endoscopy/biopsies being done by a gastroenterologist. You should keep eating gluten until the endoscopy is done.

    Hi LexieA, It's perfectly ok to grieve or feel down because of a diagnosis of celiac disease. Feelings are not obligated to perform on command. But, over time you can adjust to the new diet reality and even like it. Getting used to eating mostly whole foods and more natural foods is a goo...

    Hertzya, Congrats to you for sticking with your service in spite of celiac disease. That seems like it would be hard to do, And thanks for your service to our country!

    Thank you all