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Celiac.com Podcast Edition - Episode 43 - Celiac Disease and Gluten-Free Diet News

Celiac.com 09/30/2011 - Welcome To Celiac.com Podcast Edition!

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href="/articles/22683/1/Duodenal-Bulb-is-Shown-to-be-the-Best-Place-to-Find-Villous-Atrophy/Page1.html">Duodenal Bulb is Shown to be the Best Place to Find Villous Atrophy by Diana Gitig Ph.D.
  • Renal Disease from Increased Risk of End-stage Renal Disease in People with Celiac Disease by Jefferson Adams
  • Imaging Exogenous Enzymes from Live Fluorescence Imaging of Exogenous Enzyme Action in the Gastrointestinal Tract by Jefferson Adams
  • Popular Topics on Celiac.com:
    Eating on the Road From Foods to Take Along When Traveling, By Connie Sarros; Journal of Gluten Sensitivity, Summer 2011
    Venison, Ale and Mushroom Pie from Venison, Ale and Mushroom Pie (Gluten-Free) by Lois Parker

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    Great so they are safe! Good because I bought a bag and jab been suffering with a sore throat so this will definitely soothe it. Thanks!

    Hi Louie, Welcome to the forum! It's true, you probably are doing the gluten-free diet wrong. The gluten-free diet is a huge change for many people, and it can take sometime to learn it and how to avoid all the places gluten can hide in foods. Really I consider the first 6 months a be...

    No that's a really good point mate. I'll amend my post also. Thanks for pointing it out

    Just needed to point this out while it seems the UK and perhaps even Canada they are. The US McDonalds has wheat in the fries. Second thought in the US you have to a take more careful with CC and chains, the kids go in and out of these like crazy and think gluten free is a kind of fad. I would ...

    I hope I'll be fine too.