A significant percentage of the world’s population suffers from gluten intolerance and in some cases can suffer more severely from celiac or coeliac disease. Celiac suffers from a genetic disorder that causes them to be allergic to a protein contained in gluten. This allergic reaction causes inflammation in the small [...]Read more ›
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Celiac disease is a genetic disease and is currently incurable. 1 in 133 Americans currently suffer from this condition, also known as an auto-immune disease. For those that have an immediate family member that has been diagnosed, there is a 1 in 22 chance that you will also have it. [...]Read more ›
Suffering from diarrhoea, abdominal pain and / or weight loss? These are some of the key symptoms that might alert a doctor to the possibility of coeliac disease or an issue with gluten. Research, however suggests that individuals suffering from these ‘classic’ symptoms are merely the tip of the iceberg [...]Read more ›
1: Listening to the wrong person for advice Gluten is a hot topic in the world of food and health and everyone wants in. As wonderful as that height in awareness is, they are not doing their homework properly. Medical doctors and common bloggers alike, they read an article or [...]Read more ›
Are you gluten intolerant or have a celiac disease? That must be so depressing not to be able to eat flavourful dishes and baked goodies. Gluten is described as a special type of protein present in most bread, pastas and a lot more. Sadly this means that you are deprived [...]Read more ›
Celiac disease tests are first used to rule out any other disorders with similar signs. Because food intolerance and irritable bowel syndrome are more common, these disorders are first suspected. If the treatments for these diseases are ineffective, celiac disease is considered. There is a series of celiac disease tests [...]Read more ›
With pizza and hamburgers as fixtures in the diets of most of today’s kids, it can be challenging to raise a child who suffers from celiac disease or gluten intolerance, but there are also many tips and techniques that can make it much easier to keep your child healthy, happy, [...]Read more ›