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  1. Celiac.com 09/13/2010 - Happy National Celiac Disease Awareness Day! Here at Celiac.com we sometimes forget this special day because to us every day is Celiac Awareness Day! For those who don't know, each September 13th is the official "National Celiac Disease Awareness Day" due to United States Senate Resolution (S.Res. 563), which was adopted in 2006. September 13th was chosen for this important day because it is Dr. Samuel Gee’s birthday—who was the first medical doctor to discover a link between celiac disease and a person's diet, way back in the late 1800's. He once said "if the patient can be cured at all, it must be by means of diet." Celiac.com hereby proclaims that forthwith on this day EVERYONE should eat gluten-free—and everyone should also be sure to hug a celiac! Oh, and don't forget to give thanks to Dr. Gee before eating that gluten-free food—after all, if it weren't for him we would probably all be pretty miserable right now! More information about Dr. Samuel Gee can be found at: https://www.celiac.com/articles/77/1/The-Celiac-Affection-in-Children-1---Edinburgh-Med-Journ-Vol-XXXV-NOIV-Oct-1889-pp-321-330/Page1.html http://www.whonamedit.com/doctor.cfm/1312.html http://www.aim25.ac.uk/cgi-bin/search2?coll_id=7101&inst_id=8 Source: http://www.csaceliacs.org/documents/CeliacAwarenessDaySamuelGee.pdf
  2. January 14, 2002 The following article was added to the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease and Related Disorders page: Elimination Diet May Ease Fibromyalgia Gluten-Free Diet Promotes Bone Mineral Density Increase in Children with Celiac Disease The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes page: Anisette Toast BBQ Sauce Buttermilk Bisquick Mix Zucchini Pizza The Medicines section of the Gluten-Free Products page has been updated. The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Conferences and Meetings Celiac Organizations and Contacts R.O.C.K. Celiac Organizations and Contacts Doctors Recommended by People with Celiac Disease December 14, 2001 By popular demand: A new Celiac Kids section by author Danna Korn has been added to the site! Danna will be updating the new section monthly with new information on raising happy, healthy gluten-free kids. Thank you Danna! Also note that you can order her book: "Kids with Celiac Disease, A Family Guide to Raising Happy, Healthy Gluten-Free Children," directly from her in this new section. The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes page: Fresh Cranberry Holiday Jello Potato Non Gratin Sorghum Pancakes The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Conferences and Meetings Celiac Organizations and Contacts November 14, 2001 The following articles were added to the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease and Related Disorders page: Five Percent Of Children With Diabetes Also Have Celiac Disease At Least 4.6% of People Diagnosed With Irritable Bowel Syndrome Have Undetected Celiac Disease The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes page: Dressing/Stuffing Meat Pie The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Conferences and Meetings Celiac Organizations and Contacts October 18, 2001 I am pleased to announce Celiac.com's new Celiac Support Group Master Calendar! Once registered at Celiac.com, our new calendar will allow you to enter and edit your group's events at a single, convenient location. We encourage all celiac disease support groups to make use of this great new feature. In an effort to standardize all entries, I ask that you please follow these basic guidelines for calendar entries: When you add an event there is a "Short Title" box that is only 10 characters long. This is what will appear on the "Monthly View" of the calendar. Please enter your state's two letter abbreviation, for example CA for California, followed by a slash and your support group's abbreviation, for example GIG for Gluten intolerance group. If there is anything else you can fit in here add anything else after this information. Here is what a "Short Title" entry might look like: CA/GIG/. Additional info might look like this: CA/GIG/PHX, or FL/CSA/MIA, or AZ/ROCK. REGULAR MEETING ENTRY TIP: If you want to enter multiple entries for your group such as a regular monthly meeting that might have the same description, after you submit the first event click the back button on your browser, change any information that needs to be changed such as the date, and submit the form again. This will save a lot of time when entering regular group meetings. Help us improve our service to the celiac disease community by taking the time to answer our new Celiac.com Survey. I thank you in advance for your valued participation, and assure that we are listening to your responses! The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes page: Citrus Glazed Pork Loin Fruit Cake (English Style) Gingerbread Cookies #2 Turkey Meatloaf with Cranberry Glaze Be sure to visit our newly re-launched store - The Gluten-Free Mall, Your Special Diet Superstore! The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Celiac Disease & Gluten-Free Links Conferences and Meetings Celiac Organizations and Contacts September 6, 2001 Celiac.com's Message Board is now open! Join today! After you have logged in you are free to post on the topic of your choice. The board has great features such as: Recent Posts - Click it to view only the recent posts. Subscribe - Click it, and you have the choice of monitoring via e-mail posts for all subjects, a single subject, or for a single thread. For example, if you choose the "Monitor Thread" feature after you have made a post you will receive an automatic e-mail when someone has replied to it. If you do not want to receive e-mail, do not use the "Subscribe" feature, and simply check back with the board when you have time. This new board is designed to provide a space for people of all ages, including their families and friends, with a place to meet, post questions and get information on a huge variety of topics related to celiac disease and the gluten-free diet. We have added a new Registration / Feedback Form for Celiac.com. This form has two purposes: It will allows you to receive our Celiac.com Update e-mail with the latest information on celiac disease and the gluten-free diet (approximately 1-2 per month), including great gluten-free recipes. It will allow you to give us feedback and information that will be help us improve our site. Last, it will allow you to ask us any questions that you might have. The following article was added to the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease and Related Disorders page: Brain White-Matter Lesions are Common in Celiac Disease The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes page: Masa Chocolate Chip Cookies Quiche Lorraine The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Conferences and Meetings Celiac Organizations and Contacts Safe & Forbidden Lists August 13, 2001 The following articles have been added to the Miscellaneous Information About Celiac Disease page: Children of Parents with Celiac Disease Run Higher Neonatal Risk Celiac Sprue Association Revises its Dietary Guidelines The following article has been added to the Research Data On Celiac Disease, Gluten Intolerance and Lactose Intolerance page: Celiac Disease Death Rates Increase Dramatically for Undiagnosed and Untreated The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes page: All-Purpose Flour #7 All-Purpose Flour #8 Apple Cake Basic White Bread The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Conferences and Meetings Celiac Organizations and Contacts Safe & Forbidden Lists July 24, 2001 The following article has been added to the Miscellaneous Information About Celiac Disease page. Please take the opportunity offered at the end of the article to write to your representative to help make sure that the new laws are celiac-friendly: Food Industry Leaders Propose New, Better FDA Guidelines for Ingredient Labels The following article has been added to the Codex Alimentarius Wheat Starch and Gluten-Free Diet/Celiac Disease: Donald Kasarda's Comments Regarding a Low-Gluten Diet The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes page: Chocolate Brownies MaCheBe! (mama's cheese bread) Pesadic Vegetarian Kishke Quinoa Blend Bread and Pizza Crust The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Conferences and Meetings Celiac Organizations and Contacts Safe & Forbidden Lists June 25, 2001 The following information has been added to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Celiac Disease page: Oxford Research May Lead to a Cure for Celiac Disease The following article has been added to the Dermatitis Herpetiformis: A Skin Condition Associated With Celiac Disease page: 25 Years' Experience of a Gluten-Free Diet in the Treatment of Dermatitis Herpetiformis Based on the huge number of questions we receive regarding the safety of products containing Codex Alimentarius quality wheat starch, we have added a new page on the topic: Codex Alimentarius Wheat Starch and Gluten-Free Diet/Celiac Disease. New articles on this page include: What is the Codex Alimentarius Commission - Is Codex Wheat Starch Safe for the Gluten-Free Diet/Celiac Disease? Persistent Mucosal Abnormalities in Coeliac Disease are not Related to the Ingestion of Trace Amounts of Gluten Gastrointestinal Symptoms Rating Scale in Coeliac Disease Patients on Wheat Starch-Based Gluten-Free Diets The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes page: King Ranch Casserole Lasagna Lasagna Filling Spaghetti Sauce The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Conferences and Meetings Celiac Organizations and Contacts Doctors Recommended by People with Celiac Disease May 28, 2001 The following article has been added to the Miscellaneous Information About Celiac Disease page: National Celiac Groups Attend Advocacy Efforts in Washington DC The following information has been added to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Celiac Disease page: Interpretation of Celiac Disease Blood Test Results by Tom Ryan, Technical Service Specialist, INOVA Diagnostics, Inc. The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes page: Chocolate Chip Crumb Cakes Corn Starch Muffins Pumpkin Spice Muffins The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Celiac Organizations and Contacts Conferences and Meetings Doctors Recommended by People with Celiac Disease Gluten-Free Products Safe & Forbidden Lists April 14, 2001 The following article has been added to the Miscellaneous Information About Celiac Disease page: Gluten in Pharmaceutical Products The following information has been added to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Celiac Disease page: Immune System Cells May Trigger Food Allergies and Gastrointestinal Inflammation The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes page: Banana Nut Bread #2 Buttermilk-Apple Coffee Cake Coconut Macaroons #2 Eggplant Parmesan The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Safe & Forbidden Lists Celiac Disease & Gluten-Free Links Celiac Organizations and Contacts Conferences and Meetings Doctors Recommended by People with Celiac Disease March 24, 2001 The following article has been added to the Miscellaneous Information About Celiac Disease page: Summary of the 02/24/2001 Bioengineered Foods/Celiac Awareness Meeting Talking Points: Biotechnology And Celiac Disease by Marshall Chrostowski Bread Machine Tips The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes page: Chili Con Carne Enchiladas Lasagno (Mexican Lasagna) Taco Seasoning Rack Of Lamb With Rosemary Scallion Crust Gluten-Free All-Purpose Flours - New Section! The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Celiac Disease & Gluten-Free Links Celiac Organizations and Contacts Conferences and Meetings Gluten-Free Publications Doctors Recommended by People with Celiac Disease February 15, 2001 The following articles have been added to the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease / Related Disorders page: Gluten Triggers Severe Headaches in Sensitive Individuals Celiac Disease Missed as Cause of Iron-Deficiency Anemia Celiac Disease Prevalent in Children With Down's Syndrome New Research Identifies Lifestyle Factors Linked to Bone Loss in Celiac Disease The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes page: Pasta Pizza Polenta Pizza Rice-Crust Pizza Rice Pizza Spaghetti Pie Spaghetti Pizza Zucchini-Crust Pizza The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Conferences and Meetings Celiac Organizations and Contacts Gluten-Free Products Doctors Recommended by People with Celiac Disease Celiac Disease & Gluten-Free Links Dermatitis Herpetiformis: A Skin Condition Associated With Celiac Disease January 10, 2001 The following article has been added to the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease / Related Disorders page: Bacterium Tied To Crohn's Disease To Be Removed From Milk In UK The following article has been added to the Miscellaneous Information About Celiac Disease page: Peptide Discovery Gets To The Guts Of Coeliac Disease The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes page: Beth's Chicken Nuggets Chicken Fingers Little T's Tasty Chicken Nuggets Onion Rings Oven-Fried Chicken Rum Dried Fruitcake The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Conferences and Meetings Celiac Disease & Gluten-Free Links Celiac Organizations and Contacts December 10, 2000 The Safe & Forbidden Lists have been revised, and the following article has been added: American Dietetic Association Revises Its Gluten-Free Guidelines The following information has been added to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Celiac Disease page: Reevaluation of Duodenal Endoscopic Markers in the Diagnosis of Celiac Disease The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes page: Artichoke Heart Dip Creamy Spinach Dip Corn Bread Corn Bread Stuffing Panforte - Italian Fruitcake The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Conferences and Meetings Celiac Disease & Gluten-Free Links Celiac Organizations and Contacts November 21, 2000 The recipes pages have been completely reorganized. Hopefully you will find them much easier to use. Additionally, the following recipes have been added: Praline Pumpkin Pie Pao de Queijo Basic Biscuits The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Safe & Forbidden Lists Conferences and Meetings Doctors Celiac Organizations and Contacts Gluten-Free Publications Gluten-Free Products - Gluten-Free Turkeys! October 14, 2000 The following articles have been added to the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease / Related Disorders page: New Type of IBD Discovered in Children With Developmental Disorders The following information has been added to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Celiac Disease page: Transglutaminase Antibodies Predictive of Celiac Disease in Asymptomatic Children The following article has been added to the Oats and Celiac Disease / Gluten Intolerance page: Oats Safe for Children with Celiac Disease The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Pumpkin Chiffon Pie gluten-free Favorite Donuts Chocolate Donuts Spicy Donuts Basic Donuts The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Conferences and Meetings Celiac Organizations and Contacts Gluten-Free Products September 21, 2000 October is Celiac Awareness Month! Wendy Wark of Exton, PA, author of "Living Healthy With Celiac Disease" has prepared a media kit to help everyone prepare a letter your local media and increase public awareness of celiac disease. The following articles have been added to the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease / Related Disorders page: Dietary Gluten in Celiacs Linked to Organ-Specific Autoantibodies Adolescent Celiacs Have Elevated Levels of Anti-Thyroid and Anti-Pancreatic Autoantibodies The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Cornflour Sponge Banana Biscuits Corn Muffins The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Celiac Organizations and Contacts Celiac Disease & Gluten-Free Links Conferences and Meeting August 14, 2000 The following articles have been added to the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease / Related Disorders page: Italian Researchers Link Celiac Disease to Spontaneous Abortion and Fetal Growth Retardation Bone Mass and Celiac Disease Small-Bowel Lymphoma Associated With Unrecognized Celiac Disease The following information has been added to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Celiac Disease page: Prevention of Celiac Disease Could be Possible Tips for Celiacs - by Ann Whelan The following new national group has been added to the Celiac Organizations and Contacts page: Friends of Celiac Disease Research, Inc. The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Biscotti (Super Easy) Oreo-Style Cookies Chocolate Almond Torte The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Celiac Organizations and Contacts Conferences and Meetings Gluten-Free Product July 9, 2000 The following information has been added to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Celiac Disease page: Bile Acid Malabsorption Related to Chronic Diarrhea A New Simple Stool Test For the Detection of Small Intestinal Damage Due to Gluten Sensitivity The following article has been added to the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease / Related Disorders page: Celiac Disease is Twice as Common in People with Dyspepsia The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes and Cooking Tips page: A.J.'s Special Gluten-Free Baking Mix A.J.'s Pumpkin-Raisin Spice Muffins Biscoitos de Maizena (Sugar Cookies) The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Conferences and Meetings Doctors Celiac Organizations and Contacts June 12, 2000 The following information has been added to the Miscellaneous Information About Celiac Disease page: University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research Update: 1 in 150 Adults Have Celiac Disease New Methods of Diagnosis - One Drop of Blood! Malabsorption and Delinquency - A Psychobiological Study Of Delinquents The following article was added to the Gluten-Free and Celiac Disease Grain Information page: Cross-Contamination and Grain Processing Equipment The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Brownie Mix #3 Snickers Cookies Peanut Butter Cup Tarts Cookie Flour Mix The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Safe & Forbidden Lists Doctors Conferences and Meetings Celiac Organizations and Contacts Celiac Disease & Gluten-Free Links May 14, 2000 The following article was added to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Celiac Disease page: Protein Zonulin Linked to Celiac Disease Wheat starch-containing gluten-free flour products in the treatment of coeliac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis. A long-term follow-up study The following information has been added to the Miscellaneous Information About Celiac Disease page: The Status of Low-Gluten Hosts for use at Mass in the Roman Catholic Church The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Flourless Chocolate Cake Tea Scones Spritz Cookies The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Doctors Conferences and Meetings Celiac Organizations and Contacts Gluten-Free Products Celiac Disease & Gluten-Free Links April 10, 2000 The following information has been added to the Miscellaneous Information About Celiac Disease page: Untreated Celiac Disease Linked To Poor Birth Outcomes People with Cereal Allergies Warned of Cola Risk The following article was added to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Celiac Disease page: Serologic and Genetic Markers Identify Celiac Disease in First-Degree Relatives The following article has been added to the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease / Related Disorders page: Celiac Disease is Linked to Autoimmune Thyroid Disease The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Doctors Celiac Organizations and Contacts Gluten-Free Products The following recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Cinn-a-Buns Adobo (Filipino Food) March 17, 2000 The following information has been added to the Miscellaneous Information About Celiac Disease page: The Food and Drug Administration Modernizes Labeling Laws Screening for Celiac Disease Recommended During Pregnancy The following article has been added to the New England Journal of Medicine Study on Oats page: Oats Produce No Adverse Immunologic Effects in Patients With Celiac Disease The following article was added to the Treatment for Celiac Disease page: Immunodominant Peptide Identified in Celiac Disease The following recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Enchilada Sauce Homemade Split Pea Soup The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Doctors Celiac Organizations and Contacts February 13, 2000 The following new article has been added to the Dermatitis Herpetiformis: A Skin Condition Associated With Celiac Disease page: The Gluten Intolerance Group of North America on Iodine and DH The following information has been added to the Miscellaneous Information About Celiac Disease page: University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research Multicenter Serological Study - Research Update as of September 1, 1999 (part 4) The following article has been added to the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease / Related Disorders page: Arthritis and Celiac Disease The following recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Dixie Pork Chops Apple Crisp Cranberry Apple Crisp Apple Crisp #2 Cashew Creme Whipped Topping The following article was added to the Treatment for Celiac Disease page: Serological Diagnosis of Celiac Disease by Vijay Kumar, M.D. The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Conferences and Meetings Celiac Organizations and Contacts Celiac Disease & Gluten-Free Links January 9, 2000 The following article was added to the Treatment for Celiac Disease page: Adjuvant Therapy with Antioxidants may be Considered for celiac disease Patients The following articles were added to the Gluten-Free and Celiac Disease Grain Information Page. Deduced amino acid sequence of an alpha-gliadin gene from spelt wheat (spelta) includes sequences active in celiac disease by Donald D. Kasarda Wheat starch-containing gluten-free flour products in the treatment of coeliac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis. A long-term follow-up study by M. Maki, et al. The following recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Soft White Bread Vanilla Pudding Mix Chocolate Pudding Mix Coconut Cream Pudding Mix Butterscotch Pudding Mix December 11, 1999 The following article was added to the Treatment for Celiac Disease page: HLA Genetic Testing for Family Members of Celiacs by Bill Elkus. A new post by Don Kasarda on Sprouted Grains has been added to the Grain Information Page. The following recipes have been added to the Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Light Carrot Cake Eleanor's Banana Bread Pizza Crust Flourless Chocolate Cake With Chocolate Glaze The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Conferences and Meetings Gluten-Free Publications Gluten-Free Products Celiac Organizations and Contacts Celiac Disease & Gluten-Free Links November 14, 1999 A new post by Don Kasarda on Celiac Disease and Barley Malt has been added to the Grain Information Page. A post titled Fibromyalgia and Celiac Disease by Ronald Hoggan has been added to the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease and Related Disorders page. The following new studies have been added to the Research Data On Celiac Disease & Gluten Intolerance page: Malignancy in Celiac Disease -- Effect of a Gluten-Free Diet - on celiac disease In vitro Model of the Pathogenesis of Celiac Disease - on celiac disease The following recipes have been added to the Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Thanksgiving Stuffing Herb Gravy Baked Mashed Potatoes Potato Waffles The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Celiac Organizations and Contacts Gluten-Free Specialty Food Companies Celiac Disease & Gluten-Free Links October 24, 1999 Welcome to our new look! Our entire site has been updated with a new look, although our content has not changed. We have updated our site with new graphics and made it easier to navigate. I will soon be adding new sections to the home page to give you access to the latest information directly on the home page. I hope you enjoy the fresh new look! - Scott Adams The following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Gluten-Free Products Gluten-Free Publications Celiac Disease & Gluten-Free Links Celiac Organizations and Contacts September 12, 1999 The following information has been added to the Miscellaneous Information About Celiac Disease page: New Intestinal Permeability Test Kit Approved University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research Multi Center Serological Study Update as of June 1, 1999 The Press Coverage of Celiac Disease section has been updated. The following recipes have been added to the Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Amazing Pizza Crust Pineapple Cake Tortillas Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Other WWW Sites Conferences and Meetings Celiac Organizations and Contacts August 7, 1999 The following new article has been added to the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease and Related Disorders page: Thyroid Disorders (Autoimmune) The following recipes have been added to the Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Antipasto Teriyaki, Soy and Sweet and Sour Sauces Gluten Free Brown Bread Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Conferences and Meetings Dermatitis Herpetiformis Doctors Other WWW Sites July 11, 1999 The following articles have been added to the Research Data on Celiac Disease, Gluten Intolerance, and Lactose Intolerance page: Better Methods for Diagnosing People with Latent Celiac Disease Siblings of Celiac Children and Testing for Celiac Disease The following article has been added to the New England Journal of Medicine Study on Oats page: Scott Adams' June 27, 1999 Post Regarding Oats, Gluten-Free Grains and Cross-Contamination The following recipes have been added to the Recipes and Cooking Tips page, and are a preview from a new cookbook by Roben Ryberg tentatively titled The Gluten-Free Baker, which is scheduled for publication in the Spring-Summer of 1999: Roben Ryberg's Carrot Cake Roben Ryberg's Biscuits Roben Ryberg's Snickerdoodles The following new recipes have also been added to the Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Chicken Cacciatore Hamburger or Hot Dog Buns Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Stores & Suppliers Part 2 Other WWW Sites Conferences and Meetings June 12, 1999 Two new articles have been added to the Miscellaneous Information About Celiac Disease page. The page has also been revised with new categories to make finding things a bit easier: Blood Antibodies and Celiac Disease Genetic Markers for Celiac Testing The following article was added to the Treatment for Celiac Disease page: Antioxidants as an Additional Therapy The following new recipes have been added to the Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Carrot Cake Mead Ale Cream of Mushroom Sauce Jane's Tuna/Noodle Casserole Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Safe & Forbidden Lists Conferences and Meetings Other WWW Sites Doctors Celiac Organizations and Contacts May 9, 1999 The following new recipes have been added to the Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Corn Flour Sponge Cake Allergy-free Pudding and Fruit Cake Beef & Cabbage Soup The following information has been added to the Miscellaneous Information About Celiac Disease page: Tufts University - The Most Common Allergens Genetic Research Study - The Columbia Genome Center Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Celiac Not Healing/Additional Food Sensitivities Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Conferences and Meetings Other WWW Sites Gluten-Free Products Doctors Gluten-Free Publications Celiac Organizations and Contacts April 11, 1999 The following books have been added to the Gluten-Free Publications page (you can buy the books here too!): Betty Hagman - The Gluten-Free Gourmet Bakes the Staff of Life : Bette Hagman's Better Breads --Wheat-Free, Gluten-Free, and Wonderful Beatrice T. Hunter - Gluten Intolerance (Good Health Guides) Antoinette Savill - The Sensitive Gourmet : Imaginative Cooking Without Dairy, Wheat or Gluten Anne Sheasby - The Gluten-Free Cookbook : Over 50 Delicious and Nutritious Recipes to Suit Every Occasion (The Healthy Eating Library) The following new recipes and cooking tips have been added to a new page in the Recipes and Cooking Tips section: Cooking Tips Sandwich Buns/Pizza Shells/Cinnamon Rolls Carne Guisada Los Barrios Alison's Yeast Bread Sticky Date Pudding Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Conferences and Meetings Other WWW Sites Doctors Gluten-Free Products March 13, 1999 New tax information from Howard J. Kass, CPA regarding the legality of celiacs deducting extra dietary costs as a medical expense has been added to the Tax Deduction page. The following information has been added to the Miscellaneous Information About Celiac Disease page: Grant Proposal for the Study of Celiac Disease University of Maryland celiac disease Prevalence Study Progress Report Progress of Fund Raising for the University of Maryland's celiac disease Prevalence Study The following books have been added to the Gluten-Free Publications page (you can buy the books here too!): Carol Fenster - Special Diet Celebrations: No Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, or Eggs Mollie Katzen - Vegetable Heaven : Over 200 Recipes for Uncommon Soups, Tasty Bites, Side-By-Side Dishes, and Too Many Desserts Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Conferences and Meetings Safe & Forbidden Lists Gluten-Free Products Pickles Stores & Suppliers F.T. Loa Cookies The Specialty Food Shop February 13, 1999 The following new recipes have been added to the Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Chicken Pot Pie Filling Crab Cakes The following section has been added to the Gluten-Free Products page: Tuna Fish Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Doctors Conferences and Meetings Other WWW Sites USA Celiac Organizations and Contacts January 9, 1999 The following information has been added to the Miscellaneous Information About Celiac Disease page: 12/21/98 University of Utah Genetic Study Update Proposed Changes to the Codex Alimentarius The following new recipes have been added to the Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Old Fashioned Amana Honey Cookies Old Fashioned Hot German Potato Salad Meat Loaf #3 Shipman House Gluten-Free Coffee Cake Lebkuchen (German Ginger Cookies) Russian Tea Cakes Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Celiac Organizations and Contacts Doctors Stores & Suppliers The Gluten-Free Mall December 19, 1998 The home page of this site has been completely revised. The following article and a follow-up reply to it have been added to the New England Journal of Medicine Study on Oats page: October 30, 1998 Letter from Trevor Pizzey, Vice President of Operations for Can-Oat Milling The following books have been added to the the Gluten-Free Publications page: James Scala - Eating Right for a Bad Gut : The Complete Nutritional Guide to Ileitis, Colitis, Crohn's Disease and Inflammatory Bowel Ruby M. Brown - Wheat-Free Cooking : More Than 100 Gluten Free Recipes Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Doctors Celiac Organizations and Contacts Conferences and Meetings Gluten-Free Products Stores & Suppliers Oakland Dietetic Bakery November 8, 1998 The Celiac Support Page announces its new association with Amazon.com! Now you can order your celiac books and cookbooks from Amazon.com directly through the Gluten-Free Publications page, and the price, shipping, and billing are the same as ordering directly from Amazon.com. By ordering your books through this page you will provide important support for the Celiac Support Page. The following articles have been added to the Miscellaneous Information About Celiac Disease page: United Way - Celiac Disease Contributions New Test for Celiac Disease USA - Average Time to Diagnosis = 10 Years Call to Unite All Celiac Groups in the USA The following new British Medical Journal article has been added to the Research Data on Celiac Disease, Gluten Intolerance, and Lactose Intolerance page: Prospective Study of Body Mass Index in Patients with Coeliac Disease by Dickey W, Bodkin S. The following new recipes have been added to the Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Tortillas #2 Sugar Cookies Lemon Angel Pie White Bread Lamb Curry Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Celiac Organizations and Contacts Conferences and Meetings October 3, 1998 Two new articles were added to the Treatment for Celiac Disease page: Colonoscopy - Joseph A. Murray, M.D. Nutritional Aspects of Celiac Sprue The following two posts were added to the site: A post by Dr. Peter Ernst regarding distillation A post by Don Kasadra regarding Malt and Celiac Disease The following posts were added to the Miscellaneous Information About Celiac Disease page: Center For Celiac Research Fundraising Update Dairy (Cow's Milk/Casein) and Celiac Disease - by Ron Hoggan Reaction to a Gluten Challenge - by Karoly Horvath, M.D. New Research Articles Bone Density - American Journal of Clinical Nutrition Nutritional Status - American Journal of Clinical Nutrition Incidence - Journal of Pediatrics Coping - Tufts Health & Nutrition Letter Pathology of Celiac Disease by Salvatore Auricchio, MD summarized by Jim Lyles Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Stores & Suppliers Kozy Shack Safe & Forbidden Lists Conferences and Meetings Other WWW Sites August 30, 1998 The following article was posted on the Dermatitis Herpetiformis page: Canadian Celiac Association's May 1998 Conference on DH The following post by Kemp Randolph was added to the Allergy vs. Intolerance page: Will Other Foods Affect the Villi? The following new book has been added to the "gluten-free Publications" page: Aileen Bennet - Coping with Celiac, the Great Masquerader The following new recipes have been added to the Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Rice Flour Noodles Nutty Lemon Blueberry Coffee Cake Black Currrant Pie Coffee Cake Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Celiac Organizations and Contacts Doctors Gluten-Free Products Conferences and Meetings Other WWW Sites July 29, 1998 The following new synopses have been added to the "Research Data on Celiac Disease, Gluten Intolerance, and Lactose Intolerance" page: Identification of Coeliac Disease in Primary Care, Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 1998; 33: 491-3, by W. Dickey, S.A. McMillan, and D.F. Hughes. Diagnosis of Coeliac Disease at Open Access Endoscopy, Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology, William Dickey, Department of Gastroenterology, Altnagelvin Hospital, Londonderry, Northern Ireland, UK. The following article by Ann Whalen has been added to the Celiac in the 90's page: Summary of the March 10, 1998 meeting of the Digestive Diseases Intragency Coordinating Committee, a part of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK). The following new articles have been added to the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease and Related Disorders page: Thrombocytopenic Purpura (ITP) Hypothyroidism Sarcoidosis Impotency Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Doctors Gluten-Free Publications Celiac Organizations and Contacts Other WWW Sites June 1, 1998 The following additions have been made to the Miscellaneous Information on Celiac Disease page: An article titled: Codex Alimentarius Explained - European Gluten-Free Standards has been added. An article titled: Breast Feeding and Celiac Disease by Karoly Horvath, M.D. has been added. New cites have been added throughout the Press Coverage of Celiac Disease section. New products have been added throughout the Gluten-Free Products page, including the following new sections: A new page was created to support Alcoholic Beverages section titled: Beer, Distillation and Gluten. Soups & Bouillon Cubes Candies Medicines The following new tips and recipes have been added to the Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Buttermilk Cornbread Fish Balls Teriyaki Sauce White Cake Pancakes Rhubarb Coffee Cake Scones Butter Cream Non-dairy Frosting Tortillas Cheese Cake Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Safe & Forbidden Lists Celiac Organizations and Contacts April 26, 1998 The most extensive portion of this update went to the Other WWW Sites page. Many new links have been added, and many outdated links have been deleted. Also, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Stores & Suppliers Celiac Organizations and Contacts Conferences and Meetings February 22, 1998 The Gluten-Free Publications page has been updated with the following new information: Dr. Markku Maki - Proceedings of the Seventh International Symposium on Coeliac Disease September 5-7, 1996, Tampere, Finland A new cookbook written in French by Paulette Mercier - Cuisine Facile sans Gluten. Lisa Lewis and Karyn Seroussi have put together a Gluten-Free/Casein-Free Newsletter to provide support for families implementing a gluten and casein-free diet for children with autism and other developmental delays. Deanna Polakowski's Celiac/Diabetic Newsletter, for diabetics on a gluten-free diet. New products have been added throughout the Gluten-Free Products page. The most significant changes were made to the Alcoholic Beverages and Cereals sections. A post regarding Oats and Cross-Contamination was added to the New England Journal of Medicine Study on Oats page. Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Stores & Suppliers Other WWW Sites Doctors Celiac Organizations and Contacts Safe & Forbidden Lists January 8, 1998 The following new tips and recipes have been added to the Recipes and Cooking Tips page: Cooking Tips Chocolate Cake Birthday Cake #2 Black Magic Cake Blueberry Muffins Carrot-Raisin Muffins Plain Rice Pudding Meat Loaf Meat Loaf #2 A post about Down Syndrome by Dr. Elvira George, et. al. titled: Stichting Down Syndrome, and another: F. W. Scott's Research- Smoking Gun Evidence of the connection between Celiac Disease and Type 1 Diabetes, have been added to the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease and Related Disorders page. Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Conferences and Meetings Other WWW Sites Celiac Organizations and Contacts November 14, 1997 A post about Refractory Celiac Disease by Dr. Joseph Murray, and another about Collagenous Sprue, have been added to the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease and Related Disorders page. The following articles have been added to the Miscellaneous Information on Celiac Disease page: Main Causes of Flattened Villi by W. T. Cooke and G. K. Holmes New Testing Procedure for Intestinal Permeability by Don Wiss The Celiac Disease Autoimmunity Research (CEDAR) Project - a genetic study of Celiac Disease. University of Utah Genetic Study of celiac disease The following gluten-free food manufacturers have been added to the Stores and Suppliers page: Ibertaste, S.L. - Spain Special Foods Carolina Country Kitchen, Inc. A new page of this site's reviews has been added to pat myself on the back. This page does not contain information about Celiac Disease. Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Celiac Organizations and Contacts Conferences and Meetings September 7, 1997 Many new recipes have been added to the Recipes and Cooking Tips page, including: Pizza Crust #2 Coconut Macaroons Gluten-Free Cutter Cookies/Pie Crust #2 Pie Crust #3 Potato Starch Sponge Cake Dumplings Cheese Cake Banana Cake Banana Bread Sponge Cake Birthday Cake Chocolate Frosting Brownies The following gluten-free food manufacturers have been added to the Stores and Suppliers page: Gluten-Free Bounty Sch?r Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Conferences and Meetings Celiac Organizations and Contacts Other WWW Sites July 18, 1997 The following section has been added to the From the Neolithic Revolution to Gluten Intolerance page: The Coeliac Affection in Children (1), which was published in the Edinburgh Med. Journ., Vol. XXXV.-NO.IV., Oct. 1889, pp. 321-330. The Research Data on Celiac Disease, Gluten Intolerance and Lactose Intolerance page has been updated with the following abstracts: Check Republic - on celiac disease and cancer Scandinavia - on celiac disease and depression Germany - on celiac disease and brain damage Italy - on celiac disease Italy - on celiac disease and liver disease/damage. Lancet - on celiac disease and liver disease/damage. United States - on celiac disease and bone density. Ron Hoggan has written a new article that describes the relationship between cancer and celiac disease. This article replaces the old one by Ron which appeared on the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease and Related Disorders page. New cookbooks have been added to the Gluten-Free Publications page, including: Connie Sarros - The Gluten-Free Dessert Cookbook, and Carol Fenster, Ph.D - Special Diet Solutions-Healthy Cooking Without Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, Yeast or Refined Sugar Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Celiac Organizations and Contacts Other WWW Sites June 9, 1997 New cookbooks have been added to the Gluten-Free Publications page, including: Rebecca Reilly - Recipes from Rebecca's Kitchen, Pat Cassady Redjou - The No Gluten Solution, Carol Fenster, Ph.D - Special Diet Solutions-Healthy Cooking Without Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, Yeast or Refined Sugar, and Ruth R. Shattuck - The Allergy Cookbook. The following gluten-free food manufacturers have been added to the Stores and Suppliers page: Natural Feast Corp. and V-H Foods. New products have been added to the Gluten Free Products page, including additions to the Alcoholic Beverages and Sauces sections, and a new Waffles section has been added. Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Other WWW Sites Celiac Organizations and Contacts Conferences and Meetings Doctors April 23, 1997 The following sections have been added to the Miscellaneous Information on Celiac Disease page: celiac disease Prevalence Study for the USA, Bread Machines, Top 20 Diagnoses Before a Diagnosis of Celiac Disease. Much new information has been added throughout the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease and Related Disorders page. Last, the following pages have been updated with new information added throughout: Celiac Organizations and Contacts Conferences and Meetings Other WWW Sites Safe & Forbidden Lists March 10, 1997 The following new information has been added to the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease and Related Disorders page: Multiple Sclerosis and Celiac Disease, Osteomalacia, Osteoporosis and Celiac Disease, and Kidney Disease and Celiac Disease. The Stores & Suppliers page has been updated with the following supplier of gluten-free products: Lifestyle Healthcare. New sites have been added throughout the Other WWW Sites page, including the Celiac Listserv's new HTML site and related searchable archive sites, information about Michael Jones' new Milk/Casein/Lactose-Free Mailing List, and a new site about Scleroderma. Many new recipes have been added, including Banana Nut Bread, Fudge Brownies, Gingerbread Cookies, Rolled Sugar Cookies, Sugar & Spice Madeleines and White Bread. The following pages have been updated and had new information added throughout: Celiac Organizations and Contacts Doctors Conferences and Meetings February 5, 1997 The site has moved to http://www.celiac.com. Please update your bookmarks! The Stores & Suppliers page has been updated with a new supplier of gluten-free products: Hammermuehle Diat, GmbH. January 22, 1997 The FAQ page has been updated with the following: Where can I get reliable laboratory tests done, including blood tests? The following publications have been added to the Gluten-Free Publications page: The Gluten-Free Pantry - The Gut Reaction, The Gluten Intolerance Group News Letter, and The Canadian Celiac Association - Celiac News. Several new doctors have been added to the Doctors page. New products have been added to the Gluten Free Products page. Many new support groups and celiac organizations have been added to the Celiac Organizations and Contacts page. Too many new sites to list have been added to the Other WWW Sites page, including a recent edition of the New England Journal of Medicine which calling for earlier detection of celiac disease in patients, who may present with sub-clinical symptoms or who fall in high risk categories, as a way of preventing T-cell lymphoma associated with celiac disease. Last, many meetings and conferences have been added to the Conferences and Meetings page. December 8, 1996 New information has been added to the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease and Related Disorders page, including two posts by Ron Hoggan. The first concerns Attention Deficit Disorder and celiac disease, and the second concerns Gall Bladder Disease and celiac disease. Also added to this page is a post by Dr. Joe Murray regarding Gastroparesis and celiac disease. A new page has been added to the site titled Treatment for Celiac Disease. On this page is a summary by Sue Goldstein of the September 29th lecture by Dr. Peter Green, who is a gastroenterologist and director of the GI Endoscopy Unit at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in New York City. His lecture describes the importance of follow-up medical treatment for people with celiac disease. Also added to this page is an excerpt from an article which was published in the November 24, 1996 edition of the The Sprue-nik Press. The Safe & Forbidden Lists page has been completely revised and updated, and is far more user friendly than before. I invite you to have a look at it. Last, Several new support groups and celiac organizations have been added to the Celiac Organizations and Contacts page. November 4, 1996 Two new pages have been added to this site. The first is a page titled Allergy vs. Intolerance, which describes the differences between an allergy and an intolerance. The second is a page which is dedicated to Dermatitis Herpetiformis. An abstract of a recent article by Dr. Rensch, et al., of the Fitzsimons Army Medical Center, Aurora, Colorado, USA regarding celiac disease and diabetes has been added to the Research Data On Celiac Disease, Gluten Intolerance and Lactose Intolerance page. Another recent study on gluten-sensitive enteropathy was also added to this page. The study was conducted by Dr. Troncone, et al., of the Department of Pediatrics, University Federico II, Naples, Italy. Always Natural Foods has been added to the Stores & Suppliers page. Last, many meetings and conferences have been added to the Conferences and Meetings page. September 28, 1996 Empire has been added to the Stores & Suppliers page. Many meetings and conferences have been added to the Conferences and Meetings page. Several new doctors have been added to the Doctors page. A new book: "Understanding Allergy, Sensitivity and Immunity, A Comprehensive Guide" has been added to the Gluten-Free Publications page. Also added to this page is a link to the Amazon books Website which has over 40 gluten-free books in its database for mail order. The New England Journal of Medicine Study on Oats page has been updated with new information on oats, which consists of a summary by Dr. Joseph Murray: of the September 5-7, 1996 Conference in Tampere, Finland. The following sections on the Gluten-Free Products page have been updated: Medicines, Candies, and Desserts. New recipes have been added to the Recipes and Cooking Tips page! Take a look: Chocolate Chip Cookies #1, Chocolate Chip Cookies #2, Chocolate Chip Cookies #3, Chocolate Chip Cookies #4, Chocolate Chip Cookies #5, Chocolate Chip Cookies #6, Chocolate Chip Cookies #7, Cocoa-Cola Cake, Lily's gluten-free Pie Crust, and Chocolate & Hazelnut Cake. Several new support groups and celiac organizations have been added to the Celiac Organizations and Contacts page. Many new sites have been added throughout the Other WWW Sites page. The following section of the new Miscellaneous Information on Celiac Disease page has been updated: Press Coverage of Celiac Disease. There has also been two new sections added to this page: Allergy-Hygienics, and Celiac Disease and the Catholic Church. Last, the Celiac Organizations and Contacts page has been revised. August 4, 1996 Dozens of new support groups and celiac organizations have been added to the Celiac Organizations and Contacts page. Tax information regarding the legality of deducting the costs of attending a CSA/USA seminar as a medical expense has been added to the Tax Deduction page courtesy of Howard J. Kass, CPA. Last, a new Miscellaneous Information on Celiac Disease page has been added. June 8, 1996 An abstract of a recent article by Kenneth D. Fine which was published in the NEJM regarding celiac disease and gastrointestinal bleeding can now be found on the Research Data On Celiac Disease, Gluten Intolerance and Lactose Intolerance page. Comments on the article by Karoly Horvath, M.D., Ph.D., of Baltimore, Maryland can also be found there. Two additional abstracts have been added to this page. The first is by Vijay Kumar, et al., and is on celiac disease and Hypoparathyroidism. The second is by Dr. Jos? Cesar da Fonseca Junqueira of Rio de Janeiro, and regards celiac disease and malabsorption. The New England Journal of Medicine Study on Oats page has been updated with the following new information: NEJM Follow-up Article on Oats, The Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition on Oats, and Donald D. Kasarda on Oats. The Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease and Related Disorders page has a new abstract regarding Sjogrens Syndrome and Celiac Disease. Many new publications have been added throughout the Gluten-Free Publications page, and a new Newsletters and Miscellaneous Publications section has been added. An Alcoholic Beverages section has been added to the Products page. Also added to this page is a section about Rabbi Gershon Bess and the gluten-free products list which he compiles. The Stores & Suppliers now has the following gluten-free suppliers: Sylvan Border Farm, and Maxson's Mixes. The South Bay Celiac Support Group meetings have been added to the Conferences and Meetings page. Finally, many new sites have been added throughout the Other WWW Sites page. May 11, 1996 The Frequently Asked Questions page has been totally revised to reflect the new additions to the Celiac Listserv's FAQ. Many new sites have been added throughout the Other WWW Sites page. The following new recipes were added to the "Recipes and Cooking Tips" page: Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies, and J.R.'s Pasta. Several new groups have been added to the Celiac Organizations and Contacts page. Two new companies have been added to the "Stores and Suppliers" page: Nelson David of Canada, and Odlums. April 7, 1996 Two articles have been added to the Research Data On Celiac Disease page: Wheat Gluten as a Carcinogen - by Ronald Hoggan, and Mental Problems and Celiac Disease - By Dr. Kalle Reichelt. Several new publications have been added to the Gluten-Free Publications page, including: Janet Rinehart's (President-Elect of CSA/USA) Gluten-Free Living Newsletter, Dr. Lloyd Rosenvold's new book: Can a Gluten-Free Diet Help? How?, and Dr. David Reuben's new book: Quick Weight Gain Program. Many new links have been added to the Other WWW Sites page, and the page has been re-formatted for easier use. A new Grains section has been added to the Grain Information Page, which was written by Donald D. Kasarda who is a cereal chemist for the USDA. Last, there are a few additions to the Safe & Forbidden Lists page. March 11, 1996 An abstract of a study which was done by Colin, et al, and was published in the Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology, has been added to the Research Data On Celiac Disease page. Also added to this page is an abstract of a study which was published by the Annals of Allergy. Both studies were on the incidence of celiac disease, and both show results that imply that the incidence of celiac disease could be higher than 1 in 200! Another study which has been added to the page is titled: First Epidemiological Study of Gluten Intolerance in the United States, and will be published in next month's edition of Gastroenerology. The last addition to this page is a study on Celiac Disease and Diabetes. Many new links have been added to the Other WWW Sites page, including a link to an excellent new site by Prof. Markku M?ki at the Institute of Medical Technology, University of Tampere, Finland. Also added to this page were links to the following: The Dairy Farmers of Ontario Lactose Intolerance Page; A page on Behcets Disease; The largest exporter of food to Israel; and a page on Psoriasis . The Canadian Celiac Association's annual conference has been added to the Conferences and Meetings page. Many new groups have been added to the Celiac Organizations and Contacts page, along with a summary of the Celiac Disease Foundation's purpose/goals. Several new doctors have been added to the Doctors page. Last, there are some minor changes to the Safe & Forbidden Lists, including information on annatto and caramel colors. February 18, 1996 A new Related Disorders section has been added to the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease and Related Disorders page. New doctors have been added throughout the Doctors page. The Stores & Suppliers page has been thoroughly updated. Finally, many new meetings have been added to the Conferences and Meetings page. January 29, 1996 New meetings have been added to the Conferences and Meetings page. The Tax Deduction page has been updated with information from Howard J. Kass, CPA. New organizations, both local and international, have been added to the Celiac Organizations and Contacts page. New doctors have been added throughout the Doctors page. January 15, 1996 The following page has been added: From the Neolithic Revolution to Gluten Intolerance - by Luigi Greco, M.D. This page details the history of gluten intolerance from Neolithic times to present. January 10, 1996 New meetings have been added to the Conferences and Meetings page. January 1, 1996 Many new celiac organizations, both local and international, have been added to the Celiac Organizations and Contacts page. New doctors have been added throughout the Doctors page. Nancy's Natural Foods has been added to the Stores & Suppliers page. December 17, 1995 A new Lactose Intolerance section has been added to the Research Data On Celiac Disease, Gluten Intolerance and Lactose Intolerance page. Many new doctors have been added throughout the Doctors page. Several new links have been added to the Other WWW Sites page. December 6, 1995 There is a new Falafel recipe on the "Recipes and Cooking Tips" Page. New comments from the CEL-PRO discussion group regarding oats have been added to the "New England Journal of Medicine Study on Oats" page. Many new questions appear on the FAQ, including: Is there a connection between celiac disease and diabetes?*, What is tropical sprue?*, Can products which contain gluten but only touch the skin affect celiacs?*, Where can I get an accurate blood test done for celiac disease/gluten intolerance?*, How common is celiac disease?*, and How much gluten is in a normal diet, and how much does it take to cause damage in a celiac?* November 26, 1995 Have a look at the new Research Data On Celiac Disease, Gluten Intolerance and Lactose Intolerance page. There is a new Doctors page which gives contact information for doctors from all over the world who are particularly knowledgeable with regard to celiac disease. November 20, 1995 Check out the new question on the FAQ: How accurate are blood-antibody tests?* - by Dr. Joseph Murray. There are a couple of new books which were added to the the Gluten Free Books page. November 13, 1995 There is a newRelated Disorders section added to the Diseases Which Resemble Celiac Disease page. November 11, 1995 New meetings have been added to the Conferences and Meetings page. There are more sites which have been added to the Other WWW Sites page. November 7, 1995 Check out the new books which have been added to the Gluten Free Books page. October 31, 1995 There is a new New England Journal of Medicine Study on Oats page. There are many new links to the Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research on the Other WWW Sites page. There are a few changes to the Safe & Forbidden Lists, including oats (pure, of course!) are now on the safe list! There are a few new products on the Gluten Free Products page. October 14, 1995 There are a couple of new suppliers added to the Stores & Suppliers page. October 1, 1995 There is a new Cel-Kids newsgroup for children and parents added to the Other WWW Sites page. There are new sites on Rheumatoid Arthritis added to the Other WWW Sites page. September 17, 1995 A new Broad Overview of Celiac Disease page has been added courtesy of the Stephen J. Gislason MD.
  3. * Subscribe to the Gluten-Free Food & Drug SmartLists to have the latest mainstream gluten-free product & drug information. * Order Scott-Free newsletter today and get four new issues over the next year, plus free on-line back issues. o Celiac Disease Newsletter + Preview back issues of Scott-Free * The following new articles were added to the Celiac Disease Research: Associated Diseases and Disorders section: o Gluten-free Diet Prevents Diabetes (Type 1) at Same Rate as Gluten-enriched Diet o Increased Cancer Risk Associated with Delayed Diagnosis of Celiac Disease * The following new article was added to the Celiac Disease Diagnosis, Testing & Treatment section: o New Method of Diagnosing Celiac Disease Looks Promising * The following new articles were added to the all new Gluten-Free Food Reviews section: o Garbo Toast Bread: For Those About to Toast, Garbo Salutes You! o Marthas Tasty All Breast Meat Gluten-free Chicken Nuggets o Dr. Praegers Gluten Free Fish Sticks and Fish Fillets Hit the Spot o Dads Gluten-free Pizza Crust is sure to Please * The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes section: o Lentil Soup (Gluten-Free) o Creamed Chipped Beef on Toast (Gluten-Free) o Sloppy Joes (Gluten-Free) o Magic Muffins - Universal Gluten-Free Muffin Mix * The Celiac Disease in the Media section always has up-to-date links to media articles regarding celiac disease and the gluten-free diet. * You are invited to use our sites free, and very popular Celiac Disease Message Board/Forum and Calendar.
  4. * Subscribe to the Gluten-Free Food & Drug SmartLists to have the latest mainstream gluten-free product & drug information. * Order Scott-Free newsletter today and get four new issues over the next year, plus free on-line back issues. o Celiac Disease Newsletter + Preview back issues of Scott-Free * The following new articles were added to the Celiac Disease Research: Associated Diseases and Disorders section: o Gluten-free Diet Prevents Diabetes (Type 1) at Same Rate as Gluten-enriched Diet o Increased Cancer Risk Associated with Delayed Diagnosis of Celiac Disease * The following new article was added to the Celiac Disease Diagnosis, Testing & Treatment section: o New Method of Diagnosing Celiac Disease Looks Promising * The following new articles were added to the all new Gluten-Free Food Reviews section: o Garbo Toast Bread: For Those About to Toast, Garbo Salutes You! o Marthas Tasty All Breast Meat Gluten-free Chicken Nuggets o Dr. Praegers Gluten Free Fish Sticks and Fish Fillets Hit the Spot o Dads Gluten-free Pizza Crust is sure to Please * The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes section: o Lentil Soup (Gluten-Free) o Creamed Chipped Beef on Toast (Gluten-Free) o Sloppy Joes (Gluten-Free) o Magic Muffins - Universal Gluten-Free Muffin Mix * The Celiac Disease in the Media section always has up-to-date links to media articles regarding celiac disease and the gluten-free diet. * You are invited to use our sites free, and very popular Celiac Disease Message Board/Forum and Calendar.
  5. * Subscribe to the Gluten-Free Food & Drug SmartLists to have the latest mainstream gluten-free product & drug information. * Order Scott-Free newsletter today and get four new issues over the next year, plus free on-line back issues. o Celiac Disease Newsletter + Preview back issues of Scott-Free * The following new article was added to the Celiac Disease Diagnosis, Testing & Treatment section: o AT-1001 May Be Effective Treatment for Celiac Disease o NU206 (R-spondin1) Drug Shows Promise in Treating Colitis and Celiac Disease * The following new article was added to the Gluten-Free Grains and Flours section: o Study Confirms Wheat-free Sorghum Food Products Safe for Celiac Patients The following new article was added to the Celiac Disease Information - Summary / Overview section: o Alternatives to the Gluten Free Diet: Are We There Yet? By Michelle Pietzak, MD * The following new article was added to the Celiac Disease & Gluten Intolerance Research section: o Phenotyping of Intraepithelial Lymphocytes (IELs) Proves to be a Useful Test in Intestinal Pathology * The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes section: o Grilled Fish Tostadas with Pineapple-jicama Salsa (Gluten-Free) o Garlic Naan - Indian Flat Bread (Gluten-Free) o Beef Jerky (Gluten-Free) o White Bean Hummus with Garlic (Gluten-Free) * The Celiac Disease in the Media section always has up-to-date links to media articles regarding celiac disease and the gluten-free diet. * You are invited to use our sites free, and very popular Celiac Disease Message Board/Forum and Calendar.
  6. Currently, the Center for Celiac Research is involved in three critical research areas: Multi-Center Serological Screening Study to determine the prevalence of Celiac Disease in the United States We have tested 3,998 individuals as part of the Multi-Center Serological Study for the prevalence of Celiac Disease in the United States. Our preliminary findings indicate that 5.7% of first -degree relatives and 3.1% of second degree relatives of celiacs test positive for the disease. These results are similar to those reported previously in Europe, suggesting that Celiac Disease is currently under-diagnosed in the United States. We are extremely encouraged by these preliminary findings; however, many more subjects need to be screened to put the study into full operation. Your financial help is pivotal to accomplish our goals. New Diagnostic Assay to develop a non-invasive diagnostic test for Celiac Disease Our scientists have been able to develop a more sensitive, non-invasive, and specific test for Celiac Disease based on the use of tissue transglutaminase. We were able, for the first time, to clone the human tTG gene. Our preliminary results show that the human TtG assay performs much better than the commerically-available tests (including anti-endomysium antibodies and guinea pig-based transglutaminase assay). New Dot-Blot Assay We have developed a human tTG dot-blot test based on the detection of anti-tTG antibodies in serum or in one drop of whole blood, which can be carried out within thirty minutes. The preliminary results of the dot-blot assay indicate that the assay is as reliable as the human tTG ELISA test, making the diagnosis of Celiac Disease possible at the physicians ambulatory site. If the sensitivity and specificity of these tests can be confirmed on a large scale, a case can be made on the possible discontinuation of the invasive intestinal biopsy procedure as the gold standard for the diagnosis of celiac disease. This would result in early identification and treatment for patients with celiac disease at a significant cost savings. We will continue to validate these innovative tests during the future blood screenings. BLOOD SCREENINGS Blood screenings of first and second degree relatives have been conducted in California, Kentucky, Maryland, Montana, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Texas, and Washington state. FUND-RAISING UP-DATE We are happy to report that as of September 1, 1999, the University of Marylands Center for Celiac Research has received approximately $369,494.00 in contributions and pledges. We thank all of you who have made a contribution or pledge. As we reported in the June update, when we began this effort back in May of 1977, we suggested that if 1000 Celiacs, relatives or friends would make a commitment to pledge $200 per year for three (3) years, we would be on our way to funding this extremely important study. For now, we cannot rely on any outside financial assistance. So please, help us to help you. Remember we are not asking you to make a contribution, but to make an investment in the well being of every celiac - now and in the future. DONATION CHECKS Please make all donation checks payable to the University of Maryland Foundation, Inc. and send with the pledge form or a note saying that the donation is for the Center for Celiac Research. Since the University of Maryland Foundation, Inc. houses all the gift funds for the University, they are not permitted to deposit checks into the Celiac account if the check is not made payable to the University of Maryland Foundation, Inc. Thanks for your cooperation. UNITED WAY CONTRIBUTIONS This is another great way to make a gift to the Center for Celiac Research and satisfy your employers request to participate in the United Way Appeal. Please designate under Other The University of Maryland Foundation/Center for Celiac Research, 511 W. Lombard St, Baltimore, MD 21201. OTHER WAYS OF GIVING TO THE CENTER For many, providing for important research is an important aspect of their financial planning. If this is true for you, prudent and skillful investment planning can create rewarding opportunities for both you and the Center for Celiac Research. You may interested to know, for example, that: Appreciated securities, held long-term, can be given to the Center without incurring a capital gains tax. And, the full fair market value of the securities is available as a charitable deduction. Life insurance that is no longer needed for family or business protection can provide major support for the Center while producing important tax savings for you. Participation in a pooled income fund or the establishment of a charitable trust, using appreciated securities, for the eventual benefit of the Center can be an excellent means of increasing your spendable income and minimizing income, capital gains, estate and inheritance taxes. The final opportunity to express your lasting commitment to the Center for Celiac Research at the University of Maryland School of Medicine is through your will or revocable trust. Of course, charitable bequests are not subject to the federal gift tax and are not included in the taxable estate for federal estate tax purpose. WEB SITE Our web site, celiaccenter.org, has been on line since the middle of June. The research and fundraising updates, as well as updates on the Ninth International Symposium on Celiac Disease, individual and group screening information, blood screening locations, and donation information will be posted on the web site. NINTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON CELIAC DISEASE The Center for Celiac Research at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, the University of Chicago, and the University of California, San Diego are pleased to announce joint sponsorship of the Ninth International Symposium on Celiac Disease to be held August 10-13, 2000 in Baltimore, Maryland. A brochure outlining the program, and registration and hotel information will be distributed to all group leaders throughout the country, and additional brochures will be made available to them for distribution to their members. We anticipate a very large attendance so we advise you to register as soon as possible. WHAT CAN YOU DO? If you have not made a pledge or contribution, please consider making one at this time. Please make checks payable to the UM Foundation, Inc. Center for Celiac Research, Attn: Pam King, 700 W. Lombard St. Room 206, Baltimore, MD 21201. These funds are administered by the University of Maryland Foundation, Inc. If possible, increase your current pledge or make another gift at this time. Discuss the importance of this study with fellow celiacs, relatives, friends or whoever might be in a position to help. Ask them to contribute. Organize discussions and/or fund-raising efforts with your local support group. Help us to identify possible organization, companies, trusts or foundations that might be in a position to help. Please contact Pam King at 410-706-8021 if you have any questions or need any assistance. Send contributions to the Center for Celiac Research in honor or in memory of a friend or loved one. Make a gift to the Center in honor of the holidays.
  7. Center for Celiac Research Multi-Center Serological Study Update As of September 1, 1998. The University of Marylands Center For Celiac Research has received approximately $190,000 in contributions and pledges. Thanks to those of you who have made pledges and gifts, we have been able to purchase and install a dedicated computer system. The six (6) regional centers have begun minimal screening of study participants. Thanks to a partial grant provided by the University of Trieste, we now have one of the leading international experts in entiendomysium celiac disease assisting us full time in our lab. We have tested 1178 samples as part of the Study for the Prevalence of Celiac Disease in the United States. Our preliminary findings indicate a 6% positive finding of first-degree relatives and 3.4% positive finding of second-degree relatives of Celiacs. These findings are in the same range as were found in most of the European studies done in previous years. As we initially stated in our protocol, we will need to test a total of 45,000 blood samples. All the tools and players are in place - now we need the necessary dollars to put the study into full operation. Blood testing and shipping charges will increase significantly in direct proportion to the samples processed. We thank all of you who have made gifts and pledges. The Celiac community has been very supportive of our grass-roots fund-raising effort. When we began this effort back in May 1997, we suggested that if 1000 Celiacs, relatives or friends would make a commitment to pledge $200 per year for three (3) years we would be on our way to funding this extremely important study. To date we have received ONLY 122 pledges in the amount of $70,335. We have also received a significant number of cash contributions, and as previously announced we were blessed to receive a generous gift of $50,000 from the Oberkotter Foundation. For now, we cannot count on any financial assistance from the NIH. So once again asking YOU to please help us. Remember we are not asking you to make a contribution, but to make an investment in the well being of every Celiac - now and in the future. HOW? If you have not made a pledge or contribution, please consider making one at this time. If possible, increase your current pledge or make an additional gift. Discuss the importance of this study with fellow Celiacs, relatives, friends or whoever might be in a position to help. Ask them to contribute. Organize discussions and/or fund-raising efforts with your local support group. Help us to identify possible organizations, companies, trusts or foundations that might be in a position to help. Contact Pam King, Call (410) 706-8021 for any questions or assistance. All donations and pledges should be made payable to the UM Foundation, Inc. - Center for Celiac Research, Attention: Pamela King, Director of External Affairs, 700 W. Lombard Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201. These funds are being managed by the UM Foundation, Inc. Thank you again for your commitment to this invaluable research.
  8. * Subscribe to the Gluten-Free Food & Drug SmartLists to have the latest mainstream gluten-free product & drug information. * Order Scott-Free newsletter today and get four new issues over the next year, plus free on-line back issues. o Celiac Disease Newsletter + Preview back issues of Scott-Free * The following new articles were added to the Celiac Disease Research: Associated Diseases and Disorders section: o Gluten-free Diet Prevents Diabetes (Type 1) at Same Rate as Gluten-enriched Diet o Increased Cancer Risk Associated with Delayed Diagnosis of Celiac Disease * The following new article was added to the Celiac Disease Diagnosis, Testing & Treatment section: o New Method of Diagnosing Celiac Disease Looks Promising * The following new articles were added to the all new Gluten-Free Food Reviews section: o Garbo Toast Bread: For Those About to Toast, Garbo Salutes You! o Marthas Tasty All Breast Meat Gluten-free Chicken Nuggets o Dr. Praegers Gluten Free Fish Sticks and Fish Fillets Hit the Spot o Dads Gluten-free Pizza Crust is sure to Please * The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes section: o Lentil Soup (Gluten-Free) o Creamed Chipped Beef on Toast (Gluten-Free) o Sloppy Joes (Gluten-Free) o Magic Muffins - Universal Gluten-Free Muffin Mix * The Celiac Disease in the Media section always has up-to-date links to media articles regarding celiac disease and the gluten-free diet. * You are invited to use our sites free, and very popular Celiac Disease Message Board/Forum and Calendar.
  9. From an oral report by Dr. Murray; transcribed for the list by Ann Whelan, editor of the bi-monthly newsletter Gluten-Free Living. To subscribe, write to P.O. Box 105, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706. Dr. Joseph Murray, one of the leading USA physicians in the diagnosis of celiac disease (celiac disease) and dermatitis herpetiformis (DH). Dr. Murray (murray.joseph@mayo.edu) of the Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN, is a gastroenterologist who specializes in treating Celiac disease: THE DAILY REPORT: The big story today from Finland is oats. There were two talks and several posters presented about the topic. In the first talk, Dr. Risto Julkunen spoke about the Finnish five-year follow-up study in which oats were given to a population of well-controlled celiacs. They ingested an average of 34 grams, which is slightly over one ounce, daily for up to five years. The oats used in the study were specially grown and tested to be free of wheat, barley and rye. The researchers claim there was no difference in those allowed the oats and those who were not. There was a second study presented from Dublin, and reported by Dr. Conleth Feighery. This 12-week study looked at a small group of patients with healed celiac disease to start with, who were given 50 grams of oats a day. Again, the oats were carefully screened and tested to make sure there was no contamination. After 12 weeks, no effect was seen on biopsy or through antibody tests. The researchers also took 2 of the 12 participants and did what they called a micro challenge of 500 milligrams of gluten a day. Both patients got reactions, so the researchers felt that at least two of the participants were sensitive celiacs -- and they still did not respond to the oats. A poster from Italy showed biopsies taken from celiacs that had been studied in the culture plate in the presence of oats, which did show some effect on the biopsies. In other words, tissue from biopsies from patients with treated celiac disease were put in a plate and grown in the presence of oat protein, and the oat protein had an effect on the biopsies. This sounded odd, so I made sure Id really understood what Joe reported and paraphrased: In other words, theyre seeing no reaction from oats within the body in some studies but this one showed a reaction outside the body? Yes, Joe said, this of course is puzzling. Continuing on the oats issue, a series of short studies from several places also showed what the Finns had shown in the body, i.e., no problem in the short term. This is Joes summary on Oats: Over the short term, in well-controlled, healed celiacs who are compliant in every other way, it may be safe for them to take oats that have been tested to be free of contamination of other grains. He also mentioned that there were a few studies showing that contamination of commercial oats may be common in several European countries. (NOTE: I went to Digestive Disease Week in May, where I met several Irish doctors who have studied oats. I would describe their strong beliefs about oats as very adamant. They are adamant in believing that uncontaminated oats are safe for people with Celiac Disease. If all of this oats talk pans out as being acceptably correct to gluten-sensitive individuals in this country, that would seem to be pretty good news. Then, the next big challenge would be to figure out how gluten-sensitive people are going to get access to contamination-free oats. I, for one, will be all ears.).
  10. Dr. Lionel Fry from the U.K. talked about DH. He stated that all patients with DH have some degree of enteropathy, even though less than 1 in 10 patients with DH have GI symptoms. Dr. Fry also said 40 percent of DH relatives have gluten-sensitive enteropathy. He went on to say that the gluten-free diet can take 6 months to two years to get healing of DH, and a relapse of the DH rash may take 2 to 12 weeks to occur after someone eats gluten. Total disappearance of IGA skin deposits may take up to 7 years after a gluten-free diet is started. Dr. Reunala from Finland talked about associated diseases. He quoted others who said 5 to 14 percent of DH patients have thyroid disease and went on to say that DH patients have an increased incidence of lymphoma but a gluten-free diet seems to protect against lymphoma.
  11. * Subscribe to the Gluten-Free Food & Drug SmartLists to have the latest mainstream gluten-free product & drug information. * Order Scott-Free newsletter today and get four new issues over the next year, plus free on-line back issues. o Celiac Disease Newsletter + Preview back issues of Scott-Free * The following new articles were added to the Celiac Disease Research: Associated Diseases and Disorders section: o Gluten-free Diet Prevents Diabetes (Type 1) at Same Rate as Gluten-enriched Diet o Increased Cancer Risk Associated with Delayed Diagnosis of Celiac Disease * The following new article was added to the Celiac Disease Diagnosis, Testing & Treatment section: o New Method of Diagnosing Celiac Disease Looks Promising * The following new articles were added to the all new Gluten-Free Food Reviews section: o Garbo Toast Bread: For Those About to Toast, Garbo Salutes You! o Marthas Tasty All Breast Meat Gluten-free Chicken Nuggets o Dr. Praegers Gluten Free Fish Sticks and Fish Fillets Hit the Spot o Dads Gluten-free Pizza Crust is sure to Please * The following new recipes have been added to the Gluten-Free Recipes section: o Lentil Soup (Gluten-Free) o Creamed Chipped Beef on Toast (Gluten-Free) o Sloppy Joes (Gluten-Free) o Magic Muffins - Universal Gluten-Free Muffin Mix * The Celiac Disease in the Media section always has up-to-date links to media articles regarding celiac disease and the gluten-free diet. * You are invited to use our sites free, and very popular Celiac Disease Message Board/Forum and Calendar.
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