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  2. ... means the villi (fingerlike projections in the small intestine) absorb foods properly once someone with Celiac disease starts a gluten-free diet. View the full article
  3. Nearly one in five children with celiac disease in one study population had persistent enteropathy, despite maintaining a gluten free diet. View the full article
  4. They don't have full-blown celiac disease, but they do have gluten ... Many people find that symptoms improve while following a gluten-free diet. View the full article
  5. Many people are gluten-free because they have celiac disease, or eat low-fat to lower their risk of heart disease and obesity. It makes sense, since ... View the full article
  6. The word “preference” is the problem with the gluten free diet. ... You can learn more about gluten and those suffering with Celiac Disease at ... View the full article
  7. When Emily Espey found out she had celiac disease, she knew her diet would have to change. Now she is helping to make adhering to that special ... View the full article
  8. Researchers are seeing less hidden celiac disease, but more cases of people going gluten-free without diagnosis. View the full article
  9. But what if you are not diagnosed with celiac disease, and your doctor has suggested a gluten-free diet? Before you get all up in arms and think your ... View the full article
  10. When celiac disease was originally described, one of its hallmark presenting signs was extreme underweight. Along with diarrhea, digestive pain and bloating, the severe weight loss was understood to 'always' be present. Fast forward over 100 years and things have changed. Not only are many celiacs overweight, but those with gluten sensitivity are increasingly falling into that category as well. View the full article
  11. By looking at the size of loaves of gluten-free bread versus conventional bread at the ... “So Celiacs have been our core customer, and will always be. View the full article
  12. 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. View the full article
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  14. Unless you are diagnosed with celiac disease or gluten intolerance, “'gluten-free' has nothing to do with the actual health benefits of the food,” ... View the full article
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