Fat Celiac, you have gone crazy - celiac disease cannot go away. Maybe it can. Bear with me, read the whole article, read the supporting documentation, and then let's have a conversation about it. You may reach a different conclusion than I did, but the science might indicate that people could return to a gluten … Continue reading Can celiac go away?
I read this a lot. I used to think it was unimportant. Now, I'm not so sure. Having celiac disease means a lifelong gluten free diet. Right now there are no medicines or any other cure, just a major lifestyle change. But I broke my toe a couple of days ago. I dropped a serving … Continue reading Why do I need a diagnosis?
Let's talk about celiac, CBD oil, and marijuana.
So, you got the diagnosis of celiac disease. Congratulations! There is finally a name to the awful stuff that has been happening in the body and now what? Well, this is part 2 of my series on the next Stages of Celiac disease - how to feel better.... After a few months of being diagnosed … Continue reading Stages of Celiac, part 2
Well covered territory, but new suggestions on how to order gluten free in a restaurant.
New understanding of celiac
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
Lots and lots of research is being done on the microbiome. Let's talk about it a bit and how it may or may not affect celiac disease. The microbiome consists of the microorganisms living in our bodies. Some estimates claim there are over 1 trillion microorganisms living on and in us. For example, most of … Continue reading Microbiome?
I might be wrong about people having reactions while walking down the bread aisle.
This is for those people who have gotten positive blood tests for celiac disease from their primary doctor and are being referred to a gastroenterologist for further evaluation of celiac disease. Or even for those who have had celiac for a long time, but feel like it is time to get some things rechecked. Often … Continue reading Interviewing Gastroenterologists