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... accelerator program helped her develop her idea of gluten-free products after her grandson was diagnosed with celiac disease. She said her grandson was very ill for about seven years before the diagnosis. Creasy said the program gives clients a ... Comment?
... for Kristen, the payoff was immediate for herself and her family. She had all three of her kids tested for celiac disease and her 5-year-old daughter, Reagan, tested positive. "When we took the wheat out she was a different child. It's amazing that ... Comment?
... outlets, including The New York Times, CNN and The Huffington Post, indicate an increase in reported cases of celiac disease (an autoimmune disorder of the small intestine), as well as the newly legitimized non-celiac gluten intolerance (NCGI). As a ... Comment?
... from cooking and eating to discovering hidden culinary goodies throughout Chicago. After being diagnosed with celiac disease, and embracing gluten-free life, she is enjoying food now more than ever! Follow Anne on Twiiter@gfreemusings, and visit her ... Comment?
... Rudert M.D., F.A.C.P., a Board Certified Gastroenterologist specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of celiac disease, Carol Kicinski, American's Gluten Free Voice, and Founder & Editor in Chief of Simply Gluten Free Magazine , Leah McGrath, ... Comment?
... allergies to snack on peanut butter? Or to include shredded wheat in a meal plan designed for someone with Celiac disease? It's also unrealistic to think people can regularly eat fish and chicken when the economy sucks. Who can afford to drop $200 ... Comment?
... realization that such a niche exists. A Breakthrough Brew - Over two million people in the U.S. suffer from celiac disease. That's two million people who can't consume gluten, a common ingredient found in everything from cereal to salad dressing - ... Comment?
... about 1% of the population -- gluten can be a matter of life or death. These people have a condition known as celiac disease. True celiacs, as they are called, are so sensitive to gluten that even a small amount -- really just a trace -- can make ... Comment?
... dehydrated egg whites, canola oil, eggs, sugar, yeast, salt, and xanthan gum. Jennifer was diagnosed with Celiac Disease more than 15 years ago and works as a Gluten-Free Product Specialist and an Industry Consultant for her own consulting company ... Comment?
A mere decade ago, celiac disease -- an autoimmune disorder that makes it impossible for an individual to consume gluten, which is found in wheat -- was only just beginning to be understood. Comment?
In 2012, the Mayo Clinic estimated that one in every 141 people has Celiac Disease. Comment?
... pattern of growth, and deviations from that pattern can provide early signals of obesity, thyroid disorders, Celiac disease and other conditions. While standard EHR tools may make it harder for doctors to pick up on those aberrations, SMART's app ... Comment?
According to a new study as reported by Reuters , the number of Americans diagnosed with celiac disease continued to rise over the past decade. Comment?
... nutritional snack that is Gluten Free, Peanut Free, Tree Nut Free, Soy Free, Dairy Free, Vegan and MSG Free. Celiac Disease affects at least 1-in-133 Americans, although only 1-in-4,700 is ever diagnosed. Despite the fact that around 3 million ... Comment?
A good Alfredo sauce is hard to find and a good Alfredo sauce that is gluten-free is more rare than a real-life sighting of Cupid on Valentine's Day. Comment?
... they say. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye that damages the intestines of those with Celiac Disease (CD), according to the Celiac Disease Foundation. There is also such a thing as non-Celiac gluten intolerance. But a gluten-free ... Comment?
... and our community. "I've seen a rise in the number of students with life-threatening food allergies, celiac disease and type 1 diabetes," she added. "Also, many children have other issues that affect their lives, including learning disabilities and ... Comment?
The number of Americans diagnosed with celiac disease continued to rise over the past decade but leveled off in 2004, according to a new study. Comment?
... barley, rye, and their derivatives that damages the villi in the small intestine when eaten by someone with Celiac disease (CD), causing basic nutrients to not absorb effectively, according to the Celiac Disease Foundation. Someone who has been ... Comment?
Delight Magazine , a publication for those with celiac disease, gluten intolerance, food allergies and sensitivities, recently named The Happy Tart to its "Best Bakeries in America" list . 1 comment