We are coming to the end of celiac awareness month. I am grateful for all of you that read this blog. We've also added a lot of new friends to the blog - so welcome. I started this blog for two reasons - Nexvax and science
There might be a link to an acquired bacteria and celiac disease leading to potential prevention and cure of the disease.
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?
Top Celiac Myths - Busted - Myths about Celiac disease abound - some are true but most are bunk!! Here's my list!
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?
Don't make it so hard - Gluten free living is hard enough without adding additional burdens.
Pot lucks are lovely events. Until someone has a food allergy, food sensitivity, or celiac disease. They turn into minefields of torture with buried bombs of gluten everywhere! The only way to not get sick is to not participate but that brings up a variety of issues. So, not participating is a perfectly acceptable way … Continue reading Pot Luck Hell
I thought yesterday a bit about how sick I am. If you ask me, for the past year I would say I've been doing pretty well. When I ask my kids if I'm sick a lot, they will say emphatically, "Yes. Mom, you are sick all the time."
Fiber helps with Celiac symptoms!
There are six stages to accepting the diagnosis of Celiac disease. I've laid them out for all the world!