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2014's Top 10 Gluten-Free Diet and Celiac Disease News

Celiac.com 12/30/2014 - As 2015 fast approaches, Celiac.com's editors have taken some time to put together a list of Celiac.com's most important celiac disease and gluten-free diet news published over the past year, at least according to our site's many readers. It is basically a summary of 2014's biggest celiac-related stories. We wish you a Happy (and healthy) New Year!

  1. Photo: CC--William ChoGluten-free and Gluten-safe Halloween Candy for 2014
  2. More than Half of All Chain Restaurants to Offer Gluten-free Dishes
  3. Non-classical Symptoms Common for Vast Majority with Celiac Disease
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  5. Seven Common Myths About Celiac Disease and Gluten-free Eating
  6. Celiac Patients Tolerate Wheat Spaghetti After Hookworm Treatment
  7. The Daily Show's Jon Stewart Nails Celiac Disease!
  8. Vitamin Deficiencies and Celiac Disease
  9. The Problem with Oats in the Gluten Sensitive Diet
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Teresa
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05 Jan 2015 1:59:49 PM PDT
I think that the hookworm article rates #1! It is the one that I've related the most to others.

 
Virginia L.Hostman, M.S.
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06 Jan 2015 9:08:30 PM PDT
NO! No hooksorms for this septuagenarian. I'd rather do without pasta with gluten than have any kind of worms in my digestive system. In the eight years since diagnosed with CD, I have found lots of good things to eat. Although, I do miss the occasional chocolate eclair...I'm currently looking at comparing a number of diets to see which ones are best suited to the GF problem and ease of converting recipes if necessary. There's a huge amount of books to wade through...a lot of them free through Nook, Kobo, iBooks, and Amazon to name a few. There are supplements, which I am taking to repair the damage done by gluten and to assist in digesting accidentally contaminated foods, but these are not a cure. Caution is my best recommendation. Here's to finding a cure!

 
Lynn
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09 Jan 2015 3:37:58 PM PDT
It's never a good idea for ANYONE to eat gluten/wheat, rye, barley anyway. Almost no one can digest it properly - and it's highly sprayed with glyphosphate today in the USA which may be a big part of the problem (it is now sprayed just prior to harvest to make harvesting easier!). I would never allow hookworms in my body! (go read Jon Barron's article on wheat and how indigestible it really is).




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