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Top 10 Celiac Disease & Gluten-Free Articles of 2015

Celiac.com 01/01/2016 - Each year Celiac.com publishes hundreds of articles related to celiac disease and the gluten-free diet. Below are the most popular ones published in 2015. Some on this list, like our annual gluten-free Halloween candy list, are no surprise.

Photo: CC--Christopher MichelOthers, however, come as a complete surprise to our staff. Our own predictions often end up incorrect, and we are usually quite surprised to find out which of our articles end up being among the most popular ones that we publish.

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This year's surprises include articles on General Mills being sued over Cheerios, Panera testing out gluten-free options, the ultimate cause of celiac disease, and a pocket sensor that detects gluten. 

Our staff would like to take this opportunity to thank each one of you and wish you a Happy New Year and a fabulous 2016!

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Wish I could give you a hug. Unfortunately I know how that feels with Neurologists, Internists, Endocrinologists, Rheumatologists, GIs..... I got so tired of crying my drive home after refusing yet another script for Prozac. I do hope your GI can give you some answers even if it is just to rule out other possible issues. Keep on the gluten and we are here for you.

It is too bad that so often a full panel isn't done. Glad your appointment got moved up and hopefully you will get a clearer answer from the GI. Do keep eating gluten until the celiac testing is done. Once the testing is done do give the diet a good strict try. Hang in there.

That makes sense...I cried with relief when I got my diagnosis just because there was finally an answer. Please know that you are not weak or crazy. Keep pushing for testing. It could still be celiac, it could be Crohns. Push your Dr's to figure this out. Best wishes.

Thank you all very much. I actually cried when I got the answer. I wanted an explanation that I could "fix." Now I'm back to thinking I'm just weak and possibly crazy. I know I'm not crazy, but you know.

From what I have read online there is about a 1-3% chance of getting a false positive for celiac disease from a blood test. Was it a blood test that you got done? It may be worth your while to get a biopsy or more testing just to confirm it. I know being gluten free is a pain but it is better than getting cancer or other auto immune disorders.