Research

  1. Your GI Distress May Not Be Due to Gluten

    Diarrhea, bloating, gas -- just some of the uncomfortable symptoms associated with eating gluten -- may not be caused just by the gluten protein molecule in wheat, barley, and rye. ...

  2. Screening for Celiac Disease Suggested with Type 1 Diabetes Diagnosis

    To Screen or not to Screen for Celiac Disease – a complex question for parents of children with type I diabetes. ...

  3. Snacking on Nuts May Help OffsetType 2 Diabetes and Reduce Weight Gain

    Nuts are a fast and healthy source of protein and good fat, able to stave off hunger cravings and keep the cookies at bay. Two new studies suggest consuming nuts might lower your risk of diabetes, too. ...

  4. Unexplained Anemia May Be Linked to Celiac Disease

    Patients with anemia, a disorder of the red blood cells, may also have celiac disease, according to a recent study done in India. ...

  5. New Alert for Peanut Allergy Sufferers on a Gluten-Free Diet

    Just when you thought all is well on the intestinal front, now that you're eating a gluten-free diet. Be aware of a new ingredient substitute that is being used in some gluten-free flours and products:    Lupin or Lupine.  It is gaining a foot ...

  6. Positive Outcomes for Mom’s with CD & Childbirth

    Expectant mothers worry about everything, but if they have a chronic disease, they worry more. ...

  7. Brain Fog: What, Who, Where?

    Why did I walk into this room?  What was I just saying?  Where are my keys?   Are you talking to me? ...

  8. Improving Weight Loss Success

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  9. Timing Gluten Introduction In Babies Does Not Prevent CD

    Parents trying to help their babies avoid inheriting celiac disease have fewer ways to do it, according to two new studies published in the New England Journal of Medicine this fall. ...

  10. Updated Common Symptoms of Celiac Disease

    Think consistent diarrhea is the one sure-fire symptom of celiac disease? ...