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Celiac Disease

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Top Celiac Disease Articles

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  • Gluten-free flours tested in muffin smackdown

    Gluten-free flours tested in muffin smackdown
    A decade ago, gluten-free all-purpose flours for baking were difficult to find in supermarkets. That meant some home bakers who have celiac disease or gluten intolerance spent a lot of time fiddling with starches and alternative flours to create a...
  • Confessions of a Nutritionist: Gluten- Free Living

    Confessions of a Nutritionist: Gluten- Free Living
    One afternoon I was approached by a customer inquiring about a gluten-free pizza crust.  During our conversation she told me that she had been diagnosed with celiac disease (CD) 30 years ago and had been following a gluten-free diet since that time. ...
  • Chef offers recipes and advice for eating gluten-free foods

    Chef Robert Landolphi is taking on the most challenging part of being gluten-free: finding the path to yummy baked goods. It is easy to put together a meal of grilled salmon, rice and veggies, but that beautiful birthday cake might seem a stretch too...
  • You might get a tax break for going gluten-free

    If you're among the one in three Americans making a lifestyle choice to avoid gluten -- a protein found in wheat, rye and barley -- or the one in 100 Americans diagnosed with celiac disease, which prohibits gluten intake, you've likely seen your food...
  • Gluten-free baking from Kristine Kidd

    Gluten-free baking from Kristine Kidd
    The early generation of gluten-free baked goods tended to be imitations, often not very good ones, of cakes and cookies usually made with wheat flour. Kristine Kidd, cookbook writer and former Bon Appetit magazine food editor, is among those trying...
  • No Gluten, No Chicken, But A Recipe For Happiness

    Rebecca Brown and Nathan Tuttle thought nothing of going to a French restaurant on their first date, even though she couldn't eat gluten, he couldn't eat chicken or turkey and they didn't know the language to translate the menu. It was a challenge...
  • Gluten-free stores offer shoppers freedom from label-reading

    ORANGE, Calif. -- When Bridget Reilly and her young son began eating gluten-free, she also began to find grocery shopping a real headache. So many labels to read, so much food her family didn’t really like and she didn’t really like feeding...
  • Food allergy guides: Passports to world of safe dining

     Food allergy guides: Passports to world of safe dining
    Globe-trotters may be able to pick out poulet or huhn or pollo on a menu. And that may serve them well enough if they visit a country where English generally isn't spoken and stick to major tourist hotels and restaurants. When they opt to dine at a tiny...
  • Doctors caution that gluten-free is not for everyone

    Doctors caution that gluten-free is not for everyone
    After battling stomach problems for years, Sarah Croessmann took action. On the advice of her doctor, she tried eating fewer fats, then removing dairy. Four years ago, she hit on a winner: She cut gluten from her diet. Croessmann, a 25-year-old Baltimore...
  • Baltimore bakeries offer those with celiac disease some tasty holiday dessert options

    Baltimore bakeries offer those with celiac disease some tasty holiday dessert options
    When it comes to holiday desserts, going gluten-free doesn't require hours in the kitchen. "Baltimore is a haven for those who require a gluten-free diet," says Kate Hudkins, the editor of the Gluten-free in Baltimore blog (glutenfreebaltimore.blogspot....
  • Fresh diet trends bloom in 2015

    Want to lose weight? Stop cooking your food. Put down the carbohydrates. Have a heaping bowl of gluten-free ice cream; it’s healthy, right? A new year brings new diets, from the simple to the outlandish — even dangerous, for some. Local...