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Celiac Disease

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  • Is going gluten-free good for you?

    Is going gluten-free good for you?
    Henry Hunt said goodbye to gluten not because a doctor told him to, but because — like so many others — he decided he was better off without it. "I diagnosed myself," he says, "because I'm really in tune with my body." The Baltimore...
  • Gluten-Free Diet Craze: Booming

    Gluten-Free Diet Craze: Booming
    Grocery stores are packed with gluten-free products--the U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that gluten-free revenues will reach 2- billion dollars this year. Why the sudden explosion of gluten-free products? The answer may come from the...
  • Gluten-Free: A Trend or Health Decision?

    Gluten-Free: A Trend or Health Decision?
    Gluten Free It seems that people all over the country are jumping on the gluten free bandwagon these days. So is it trendy, or does it help them feel better? According to the experts, a food allergy to gluten can cause a number of aliments so...
  • School lunch blogger 'Mrs. Q' drops anonymity

    School lunch blogger 'Mrs. Q' drops anonymity
    Sarah Wu does not look like a troublemaker. The slight, blond mom comes off, by her own admission, as "a super nice person … without a bad word to say." That may be why the speech pathologist was able to crank out an incisive daily blog...
  • Symptoms of celiac disease and how to go gluten-free

    Symptoms of celiac disease and how to go gluten-free
    As many as 1 in 133 Americans may have celiac disease and an estimated 2 million people remain unaware that they are affected by it.   Celiac disease relates to gluten, a protein compound found in most grains, breads, and cereals. Contrary to popular...
  • Nicole Hunn - Gluten Freely

    Nicole Hunn - Gluten Freely
    I have 3 children. Their names are, in order of importance (just kidding – in order of birth), Bailey (b. 2002), Jonathan (b. 2004) & Ava (b. 2005). If I told you how old they are, My son, Jonathan, has celiac disease. We discovered this when he was...
  • Mrs. United States 2011 embraces paleo lifestyle

    Mrs. United States 2011 embraces paleo lifestyle
    Two years ago, Mrs. United States 2011 Shannon Ford was diagnosed with celiac disease, an intestinal disorder triggered by eating gluten. Since then, she has embraced "a paleo lifestyle" that includes eating lean meats, vegetables, fruits and nuts and...
  • Tips for hydration during summer heat

    Tips for hydration during summer heat
    With the extreme heat, and even in less extreme temperatures, those who spend any time outside must stay properly hydrated. Some drinks are better than others, and some people need more fluids than others, says Dr. Marc I. Leavey, an internist at Mercy...
  • Many new diet books avoid food extremes

    Many new diet books avoid food extremes
    It's too late to lose that unwanted weight for summer. But if you start now — and aim to shed a modest 2 pounds a week — you could drop as much as 40 pounds in time to ring in 2013. The hardest part, however, might be choosing a new diet....
  • East Lakeview gains two gluten-free restaurants

    East Lakeview gains two gluten-free restaurants
    A year and a half ago, plagued with what appeared to be a sinus infection and recurring low energy, Ed O’Brien had his doctor run a number of tests to find out why he felt so run down. The test led to two results: A diagnosis that O’Brien was...
  • One of every 100 U.S. whites has celiac disease

    One of every 100 U.S. whites has celiac disease
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - One percent of non-Hispanic whites in the U.S. - close to two million Americans - have celiac disease, but most are not aware they suffer the gluten-intolerance problem, according to a new study. The results back up earlier...