Celiac disease could be more common than previously believed
Toronto NewsFIX, on Fri, 24 May 2013 01:55:13 -0700
A study reveals that is as common among the American population as among Europeans. Celiac disease is an inherited sensitivity to gluten in wheat, barley and rye products. It affects one in 130 or so of Europeans but has always been

Kid stuff: Celiac disease shouldn’t be stricken from shows
Pittsburgh Post Gazette, on Thu, 23 May 2013 21:12:19 -0700
Celiac disease in particular affects one out of 133 people in the United States. People living with celiac aren’t able to eat foods like pizza, pasta, bread, pastries or french fries without experiencing debilitating side effects that include vomiting

Q&A with Genevieve Sherrow: Celiac Disease and Living Gluten-Free
DrexelNow, on Thu, 23 May 2013 09:47:43 -0700
An estimated 25 million Americans are living gluten-free, with three million people suffering from celiac disease and millions more diagnosed with non-celiac or . Many others adopt a gluten-free diet to combat a

Sufferers of celiac disease have options
The Desert Sun, on Wed, 22 May 2013 23:06:50 -0700
Those who have celiac disease may feel like they have to give up their favorite food. However, more gluten-free products are stocked on store shelves including cereals. / Michael Snyder/The Desert Sun

Photo Advisory — Dr. Schar’s Celiac Disease Awareness Event With Jenn Suhr …
MarketWatch (press release), on Wed, 22 May 2013 07:28:47 -0700
Reaching New Heights: 2012 Olympic gold medalist and celiac, Jenn Suhr, joins La Scuola di Eataly Chef Alicia Walker to prepare a gluten-free dish during Dr. Schar’s Celiac Disease at Eataly in New York City, May 21, 2013. May is Celiac

Do you know what celiac disease is?
The Herald-Times (subscription), on Wed, 22 May 2013 03:45:33 -0700
Symptoms of celiac disease can vary from one person to the next. Symptoms can range from gas, bloating and diarrhea to skin rashes, fatigue, migraines and depression. Those suffering from celiac disease must avoid consuming wheat, along with barley and

 

About Robert Hill

I founded IDEAS Intestinal Disease Education and Awareness Society, from my home base in Vancouver, British Columbia. Intestinal Disease Education and Awareness Society IDEAS is established to raise public awareness of intestinal diseases in order to help remove the stigmas associated with these illnesses. The programs of IDEAS help children, youth and young adults learn to live full lives, find acceptance and gain confidence.

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