I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in February 2013. Since then, I have learned about living with this disease and all of the trials and tribulations that come with it. I think about celiac disease all the time.
I started writing this blog for a variety of reasons. First was to stop annoying my husband with my constant research discussions. Don’t get me wrong, he reads this blog and supports me 100%. But he got tired of constantly talking about celiac.
Second, there is a lot of false information about Celiac disease from within the community. I want this to be a place to gather scientifically accurate information about Celiac. I research and post about what I find. I focus on clinical trial research and the celiac cure/drug pipeline.
Third, I participated in a clinical trial for celiac. I truly started to make certain I gave a first hand account of what it was like to be in a clinical trial. That trial ended in 2019, but the archive of what I wrote is still available.
Finally, I believe many celiac patients could feel much better by eliminating or minimizing processed gluten free foods.
These are the core tenants of what I believe and the focus of my posts. What I hope it provides is a robust picture of how to live your best life with celiac disease and hope for a cure in the (nearer) future.