Celiac.com 11/14/2018 - You don’t have to be a researcher to figure out that, for all the improvements in gluten-free food products in the last few years, gluten-free foods are still expensive and largely inferior in terms of quality and nutrition compared to their non-gluten-free counterparts. Most of the locally available gluten-free flour products are developed by large U.S. and European companies with global distribution. This can mean high local prices. Higher prices mean that some gluten-free products can remain out o...
Celiac.com 11/13/2018 - Ubiquitin is highly conserved across eukaryotes and is essential for normal eukaryotic cell function. The bacterium Bacteroides fragilis is part of the standard human gut microbiome, and the only bacterium known to encode a homologue of eukaryotic ubiquitin.
The B. fragilis gene sequence points to a previous horizontal gene transfer from a eukaryotic source. The sequence encodes a protein (BfUbb) with 63% identity to human ubiquitin, which is exported from the bacterial cell.
Is molecular mi...
Celiac.com 11/12/2018 - Here’s an uplifting celiac story. Now, this happened a while back, but it's all just coming to light in the way that so many warm and fuzzy family stories do. It starts like this: Once upon a time, a simple check for celiac disease opened the door to parenthood for couple.
Just over ten years ago, AnnMarie Bradley from Celbridge, Co Kildare, thought she’d never become a mother. After two devastating miscarriages over a decade, Bradley, who is 47 years old, and her husband Christopher (48) we...
Celiac.com 11/10/2018 - If you’re looking for a great dinner hit, here’s a recipe for a tasty, beef tenderloin. Just grab a cast-iron skillet, brown the tenderloin, toss it in the oven to roast, then use the hot pan to cook the mushrooms.
2 pounds beef tenderloin, trimmed and tied
1 pound brown mushrooms, trimmed and sliced ¼-inch thick
1 teaspoon cooking oil
2 tablespoons unsalted butter, divided
2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
⅓ cup finely chopped shallo...
Celiac.com 11/09/2018 - Adjusting to the obvious guidelines of a gluten-free diet is challenging and often overwhelming. You soon learn that what is gluten-free today may not be gluten-free tomorrow—mainly because companies can change their recipes, suppliers, or production methods. As if that weren’t bad enough, you begin to realize that gluten is ‘hidden’ in foods. How is one to keep up to date with all of this?
Don’t despair, as there are many avenues of help available to you. Thanks in large part to Andrea Lav...
For the past few weeks, I have had a recurring nightmare that I have Celiac Disease, thhen I wake up and realize that it is true. 😆
It is so strange. I am still a newbie I guess. Does this happen to anyone else?
I have a question about soy, apples, milk and hazlenuts.
I am newly allergic to all of those, I hear the milk allergy will go away with the return of my villi.
Has anyone encountered the same sort of healing with othe...