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?
We all leave our houses at some point and have to interact with the outside world. We have to interact with people when ordering food at a restaurant, talking to friends and family about what we can and cannot eat, and we have to talk to strangers about our disease. What words do we use? How do we describe our disease?
Information about a research study for celiac disease trying to understand how celiac disease develops in the very young.
Now, feeding a family or even worse, hosting a party or other gathering with a large number of people can be hard. I want to let you know I fed 10 people with leftovers for less than $65. We had red beans and rice, shrimp creole and rice, and Against the Grain Bread.
Another pep talk here - celiac disease can overrun your life. My husband says that every time I'm around other people we end up talking about celiac.
This may make a lot of people angry, but I'm not so sure probiotics are the helpful tool we all think they are.
It is a great time of year to make resolutions. I have several for this year, but they do not involve food.
Jumping for joy! Hope everyone had a great time over the holidays! I've seen lots of heartbreaking posts about holiday meal miscommunications - someone thought they would have a gluten free meal, but due to last minute changes no safe food was provided. I've seen lots of posts about accidental glutenings and wondering how this … Continue reading More Celiac Research in 2020
Why I'm grateful today!
What is the difference between NCGS and celiac disease?