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?
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
With a little common sense, humor, smarts, and politeness, we can get what we want every single time.
Well covered territory, but new suggestions on how to order gluten free in a restaurant.
Does early exposure to gluten cause celiac? Its complicated....
Look at celiac with new eyes.
Snark monsters beware!
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?
My daughter's birthday is today and she is awesome!
Normally, we go out to dinner to the restaurant of her choice. However, her favorite restaurant is one that has ZERO gluten free options. It is an Italian restaurant and we all know that I avoid Italian restaurants and pizza joints like the plague. This causes me a great deal of concern because she is young and without any food restrictions. Is it fair of me to deny her favorite restaurant because I cannot eat there? Should I make her think of others when she is trying to have her family birthday party? Is it ever okay to be selfish? These are all the big questions that I think about when dealing with this disease and my family.
shhhh....Gluten free diet doesn't help healthy people