Gluten Free Watchdog came received complaints from Nima users that Philadelphia Cream Cheese contained gluten. GFW did their testing and…
I’ve been buzzing all weekend. Lots of things have happened to me recently and I’m so excited and grateful. I’ve…
Larazotide acetate prevents diarrhea
Larazotide acetate may help prevent gluten exposure related diarrhea. Larazotide acetate is the only therapy for celiac disease currently in…
Why to participate in celiac disease clinical trials?
here are a variety of clinical trials out there for those with celiac disease. Some are observational – where you just report to the researchers what you ate or how you felt. Some are investigational – where they are testing a new drug or treatment for celiac disease. Some require gluten ingestion, some don’t.
Still sick, even with gluten free diet? Duh!
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.
For the next 30 days, I am going to post everything I eat on FB at @phatceliac and instagram at…
What does “Gluten free” mean?
In my mind, gluten free means any food item free from any gluten containing ingredient. However, that probably isn’t good enough for everyone. So, the United States Food and Drug Administration clarified the definition of gluten free. Today is all about labels!
The only “cure” for celiac disease is a gluten free diet. No medicine or pills can degrade the gluten to alleviate the autoimmune cascade associated with celiac disease. I think we need to talk about control rather than the gluten free diet being a cure.
Celiac and the Liver
here are over 300 symptoms of celiac disease. When untreated, celiac can affect every part of the body. The liver can be affected by celiac and you need a liver to be alive. Today, we will talk about what the liver does and how celiac can affect the liver.
Celiac and weight
The classic picture of someone with celiac disease is underweight with a history of diarrhea. This picture is changing with more and more asymptomatic, overweight, constipated, anemic, or those with a constellation of vague symptoms being diagnosed with celiac disease. But today, we are going to focus on weight.