The smart researchers at Harvard University are performing a long-term study on children at risk for celiac disease. Scientists obtain blood and stool samples for these infants through childhood at regular intervals. The study goal is to determine markers that indicate the beginning of celiac disease.
It's been a busy year. Covid, virtual school, starting a new job, and this blog has taken a back seat. But I think about celiac disease too often to let my thoughts go unpublished. 😉 Celiac disease shades everything I do. When I go into the office for work and order food for everyone, we … Continue reading School is back and so am I!
Another study came out saying that the gluten free diet is insufficient for the adequate treatment of celiac disease. Even those with well controlled symptoms may still have a low grade inflammatory fire burning in your guts. Let's discuss.
Eating plan for the first year being gluten free!
There are six stages to accepting the diagnosis of Celiac disease. I've laid them out for all the world!
OMG - I have been remiss. I have not written about the FODMAP diet extensively. Today, I will rectify that misake. I will talk about what the diet is, why it is good, and how could it help with elusive glutening-like symptoms but you know you didn't eat gluten.
I wrote this post and put it on my personal page. I think it aptly summarizes celiac disease and my experience with it. Please use this post as a template to put celiac awareness on your personal page.
Day 2 of the 30 day challenge of What a Celiac Eats.
Day 1 of 30 for What a Celiac Eats. Breakfast - Bacon, and gruyere scrambled eggs. Udi's Multigrain Toast with homemade blueberry jam and butter. Lunch - Crunchmaster gluten-free crackers, fancy cheese leftover from Mother's Day, fig jam, grapes, caramel popcorn, and fancy pudding in a jar I'm trying - PetitPot. Dinner - I know … Continue reading 30 Days
For the next 30 days, I am going to post everything I eat on FB at @phatceliac and instagram at @afatceliac. I started today.