Type 1 Diabetes, Hashimotos Thyroiditis, and Celiac disease all walk into a bar. Sounds like the start of a great story - but for many it is a cluster of diseases that all have the same genetic roots. So Celiac disease has two genetic markers - HLA DQ2 and HLA DQ8. If you don't have … Continue reading Type 1 Diabetes, Hashimotos, & Celiac
Discussion of money in celiac research and recommendations for saving some money on gluten free groceries.
Call your Congress Member regarding the Gluten in Medication Disclosure Act of 2019!
Another pep talk here - celiac disease can overrun your life. My husband says that every time I'm around other people we end up talking about celiac.
So, I started thinking about what I would like to see done in celiac research and drug development over the next 5 years. I want a new diagnostic test, better monitoring tests, clearer refractory celiac diagnostic processes, and a cure. Let's explore each of these!
I found some new stuff today about celiac!
We are going to talk about Beyond Celiac just published the results of a survey of 4500 celiac patients and whether they would participate in a clinical trial.
Refractory Celiac (RCD) disease is something many of us worry about. We worry because we know with each cross-contamination or each mistake with an ingredient while cooking, we are potentially one step closer to this disease. But it seems to be a much more serious and different, but related disease to Celiac.
How long does it take for celiac blood tests to return to normal?
What does the gluten free label and certified gluten free label mean in the US? Let's find out. According to the FDA, in order for a product to be labelled gluten free it has to be lower than 20 parts per million. The rule goes on to say that the food cannot contain: An ingredient … Continue reading Certified gluten free – not 100% gluten free