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This category covers everything from dealing with celiac disease, schools, hospital stays, quality of life issues, camps, pets and gluten, dealing with relatives, and much more.

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    Homeless man. Image: CC-- Tony Waghorn

    A diagnosis of pellagra will likely have many other disease presentations, not limited to acne, rosacea (dermatitis) skin rashes, depression, anxiety, dementia, etc., as well. Seventy-five or more years ago the symptoms of Pellagra were commonly diagnosed as separate diseases that were known to be of a common cause.



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    Ever since I was a young girl I have always had a bad stomach. Last year, when I was 16, I decided to move to London. Circumstances became difficult, and I ended up becoming physically and mentally ill, which included anorexia nervosa and then onset depression and trauma, as well as almost crippling anxiety.



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    Before my dog Amber's health started to fall apart, I had observed friends and family members on their gluten free journeys without ever considering this could be a solution for me. Years of periodic juice fasting, vegan and vegetarian diets, and then finally a GMO-free, semi-vegetarian lifestyle, had never led me to consider complete and total gluten free eating, until Amber.



    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.



    Image: CC-- Phil Gradwell

    For many years, nutritionists, doctors and the media declared a low-fat diet as an effective method of losing weight, lowering the level of so-called "bad cholesterol", and preventing health problems. We have since seen that it is not only fat intake but also the type of fat we eat is of paramount importance.



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    I have previously criticized the use of a single blind test protocol for a gluten free diet. In past issues of The Journal of Gluten Sensitivity I have also been critical of some double blind research protocols for investigating dietary variables for a variety of reasons not relevant to the current topic.



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    Fake signs declare to San Francisco MUNI buses to be Gluten-Free. 



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    Just when you think you've heard everything, something brand new enters the arena. When it comes to non-dietary sources of gluten, I think of things such as lipstick (it's not a food but we still eat some of it), Play-Doh (also not a food but if you've ever seen children playing with it, you'll note that some ingestion occurs), and some cosmetic items like body lotions and shampoos.



    Are oats more likely to cause an issue for celiacs eating gluten-free Cheerios? Photo: Don O'Brien

    About 8% of people with celiac disease have a sensitivity to oats. Could that be an issue for some celiacs eating Cheerios and other General Mills products?



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    New gluten-free information continually appears on the scene through journals like this one and others. It helps direct many towards a more robust life. Millions of people however are left in the shadows, confused and frustrated because they have low health literacy; lacking the ability to access, understand, and process health information and services.



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    Are doctors asking enough questions about gluten-free diet compliance in the patients with celiac disease?



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    The title of my article might seem a little shocking to most of the celiac community. Why wouldn't I want restaurants to offer high quality, safe meals to those who suffer from celiac disease or from non-celiac gluten intolerance so they could also enjoy dining out with their family and friends like everyone else?



    There is no gluten in meth. Photo: CC--JayW51

    A "satire" article claims meth contains gluten. This is simply false.



    Fertility doctor secretly fathered patients' children. Photo: CBC

    A celiac disease diagnosis was part of a puzzle that led a couple and their child to the fertility doctor who had helped them to conceive.



    Photo: CC--Tomas Faro

    Does a gluten-free diet imrove the performance of competitive bicyclists, even if they don't have celiac disease?



    Image: CC--Jeff Turner

    Do you know someone who has lived with celiac disease for over eighty years? Someone who lived on nothing but mashed bananas for a year? Someone who continued to eat gluten for over 30 years because doctors didn't know how to treat a celiac diagnosis? Someone who experienced serious physical, emotional, and family challenges as a result?



    A viral video led to lawsuits against the makers of Benicar. Photo: CC--Michael Coghlan

    Curious about that video that sparked a lawsuit against the makers of Benicar? Watch it here.



    Image: CC--Oonagh Teager

    Homeopathy is incredibly useful for my family and could be a great method for your celiac child and your family.  Many of the preparations are gluten-free and help the body heal naturally.  So what do you have to lose?



    Is flour from mangoes the next hot gluten-free trend? Photo: CC--S. Alexis

    Is flour made from mangoes the hot new gluten-free alternative to wheat flour?



    Should celiacs worry about gluten in Gluten-free Cheerios? Photo: CC--Mike Mozart

    Canadian Celiac Association warns against Gluten-Free Cheerios, but is there good evidence?


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