My new favorite game is "Do you have this too?" or alternatively called "Has this ever happened to you?" I like this game and want to make sure we all understand what it is and how to play.
I think I have it together and then this disease checks it!
I wrote a post a few weeks ago about the gluten free fad fading. It seems I might have been wrong! According to two different sources, the gluten free marketplace will grow by approximately 9.1% and rise to $7.6b industry by 2024, which means more products for us! They are forecasting the greatest growth in … Continue reading Gluten free fad fading? Nope!
I always like a good list. This list is a trick or two about going gluten free. You may already know these or you may have some to add.
Study shows an increased prevalence of celiac disease in children in Italy.
Gluten is everywhere. It can sneak into someone's diet in places nobody would even consider. The most unusual place I found gluten was plain vanilla ice cream. Once while at the beach, my in-laws wanted to treat the family to ice cream. I explained I couldn't go to an ice cream shop, so they went to the grocery store. When they got back, I casually looked at the ingredients for the vanilla ice cream. Wheat was the first ingredient - in ICE CREAM!!! The gluten contamination elimination diet might help.
Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth or SIBO is a common issue for those with and without celiac disease. What is SIBO and what does the science say about SIBO and celiac disease? Let's look!
I took a break, but now I'm back.
It's finally summer and it's hot. Before diagnosis, I would have pulled out a cold BudLight and enjoyed it! Now, there are a variety of spiked seltzers, wine in a can, and a variety of other canned beverages appropriate for those with celiac disease. Let's discuss.
I know it is tough to think about, but ...... It takes a year from diagnosis for people to understand and get the gluten free diet 100% right. It takes a year for celiac blood tests to normalize and sometimes up to two years. It takes a year for most people to start feeling good … Continue reading At least a year….