No popular authors found.

Categories

No categories found.




Join Celiac.com's forum / message board and get your questions answered! Our forum has nearly 1 MILLION POSTS, and over 62,000 MEMBERS just waiting to help you with any questions about celiac disease and the gluten-free diet. We'll see you there!






Follow / Share


  FOLLOW US:
Twitter Facebook Google Plus RSS Podcast Email  Get Email Alerts

SHARE:

Popular Articles

No popular articles found.
Celiac.com Sponsors:

Jefferson Adams

Jefferson Adams is a freelance writer living in San Francisco. His poems, essays and photographs have appeared in Antioch Review, Blue Mesa Review, CALIBAN, Hayden's Ferry Review, Huffington Post, the Mississippi Review, and Slate among others.

He is a member of both the National Writers Union, the International Federation of Journalists, and covers San Francisco Health News for Examiner.com.

(Page 1 of 86)   
« Prev
  
1
  2  3  4  5  Next »

 Articles by this Author


Photo: CC--Peter

Researchers are seeing less hidden celiac disease, but more cases of people going gluten-free without diagnosis.



Image: CC--Nelson L

Danish researchers use duodenal biopsies, celiac disease-specific antibodies, and human leukocyte-antigen genotypes to validate celiac disease diagnoses in the Danish National Patient Register.



Photo: CC--YoungThousands

Irish food manufacturer Largo, whose snack products include Tayto, has admitted it sold gluten-contaminated crisps.



Beets and sweet potatoes go great together. Photo: Carissa Rogers.

Beets and sweet potatoes make a harmonious dinner duo in this delightful seasonal dish.



Image: CC-- Dierk Schaefer

Cerebellar ataxias can be caused by a wide range of disease processes, either genetic or acquired. Establishing a clear diagnosis requires a methodical approach with expert clinical evaluation and investigation.



Burger chain Shake Shack now serves gluten-free buns. Photo: CC--Montgomery County Planning Commission.

Popular burger chain Shake Shack now offers Martin’s gluten-free buns. You're welcome.



Roasted beets anchor this easy gluten-free dish. Photo: CC--Kurmann Communications

Roasted beets make a perfect centerpiece for this easy, tasty, gluten-free vegetarian meal.



Photo: CC--Theilr

New research clarifies the mechanics driving crypt hyperplasia in celiac disease, and suggests that PRC2-dependent fostering of epithelial stemness is a common aspect of intestinal diseases marked by epithelial hyperplasia or neoplasia.



Hearty root vegetable await the cook. Photo: CC--Charles Smith

Here's a recipe that's easy to make, and delivers a tasty bunch of hearty root vegetables.



Is detailed grading of villous atrophy required to diagnose enteropathy? Photo: CC--Barry Stock

Some researchers have criticized the usefulness of the 7 level Marsh-Oberhuber classification of mucosal damage in patients with celiac disease.



Simple, but tasty miso-glazed pork. Photo: CC--Kent Wang

Spend any time in Japan, and you'll realize the important role of miso in Japanese cuisine. Miso makes a great marinade for fish, pork, chicken and even beef. This recipe uses red miso, sugar, worcestershire and sesame oil to create a simple marinade that works great for pork or chicken, or just about anything else you like.



A new study looks at celiac disease and associated pancreatic disease. Photo: cc--Amber Kennedy

Patients who have both pancreatic disease and celiac disease can experience adverse endocrine and exocrine changes. When this happens, severe clinical changes with marked nutritional alteration may result. For some patients, a gluten-free diet can help improve endocrine and exocrine pancreatic function.



Can body metrics and rate data help us better understand adolescents with celiac disease? Photo: CC--Wellness GM

A team of researchers recently set out to investigate the impact of celiac disease diagnosis on anthropometric measures at late adolescence, and to assess trends in the prevalence of diagnosed celiac disease over time.



Hearty rice dishes are a great fall treat. Photo: CC--Charley

Here's a hearty, nutritious rice dish that's sure to bring smiles and mutterings of epicurean satisfaction from family and guests. It's pretty versatile, so add or subtract ingredients as you like, just be sure to account for any extra liquid you might need if you add, say, quinoa to the mix. Extra vegetables should not require too much adjustment.



Photo: CC--sleepyclaus

A type of wheat proteins called ATIs may cause inflammation to spread beyond the gut.



Sufferfest gluten-reduced beers grew out of rugged athletic competition. Photo: CC--Ian Ramsley

A thirsty local endurance athlete brings gluten-reduced beers to the local San Francisco scene.



Can certain bacteria strains help treat celiac disease? Photo: CC--D26B73

Researchers have documented a reduction of gastrointestinal symptoms in untreated celiac disease patients after oral administration of Bifidobacterium infantis Natren Life Start super strain (NLS-SS).



Quaker has launched numerous new gluten-free products in the UK. Photo: CC--Amber Kennedy

Quaker Oats UK has launched several gluten-free oat products, including a free-from variant and a yogurt-based breakfast pouch range.



Bacon, sherry and cream make a great base for Brussels sprouts. Photo: CC--Nick Saltmarsh

Bacon, sherry and cream offer a tasty way to make Brussels sprouts disappear.



Image: CC--frederic glorieux

Could gluten-degrading enzymes offer a better future for celiac patients? Researchers identify food-grade subtilisins as gluten-degrading enzymes that might help treat celiac disease.