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Delaying Diagnosis of Gluten Intolerance can be Dangerous

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 01-10-2012   

Gluten intolerance is very difficult to diagnose. Many people don't correctly treat its symptoms as simply gastrointestinal disorders and ignore the gravity of the situation. In such situations, delayed screening of the disorder can lead to debilitating conditions....continue reading

Upcoming Gluten Intolerance and Celiac Disease Awareness Events Winter 2012

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 01-09-2012   

You may want to keep a few days open in your calendar for the next little while. 2012 is an exciting year for patients suffering from gluten intolerance and Celiac Disease. There are a number of events throughout the United States, Canada and the rest of the world. If you are interested in attending a gluten intolerance awareness or Celiac Disease awareness event please check out list of events below....continue reading

Gluten Intolerance Symptoms Often Present in the Skin

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 01-04-2012   

Celiac disease and gluten intolerance is an autoimmune disorder affecting millions across the globe. One in four of those affected, develop dermatitis herpetiformis as a result of this disease. ...continue reading

Unexplained Infertility Linked to Gluten Intolerance

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 12-29-2011   

The latest news doing the rounds is that majority of the people who suffer from infertility have undiagnosed celiac disease or gluten intolerance. The majority of the studies stating this have been carried out in Europe, while just 2 studies have been taken place in the United States....continue reading

How to avoid Cross Contamination from Gluten

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 12-19-2011   

Cross contamination of wheat is not just restricted to fields, it can also occur at home with chopping board, unwashed knives and toasters. Condiments such as butter, jams, jellies can easily get contaminated when the same serving spoon is used. You are especially vulnerable to gluten cross contamination during the holidays....continue reading

Does Makeup Contain Gluten? Do Cosmetics Have Gluten?

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 12-14-2011   

Many things around us, in the environment do contain gluten!! It could be the glue you use for sealing the envelopes, the body lotions you use for moisturizing your skin and even your cosmetics and makeup products. A recent survey found that as many as top ten cosmetic product companies of the US contain gluten....continue reading

New Drug Shows Promise in Clinical Trials

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 12-05-2011   

Researchers all over globe are leaving no stone unturned in hopes of finding a drug that would help people suffering from Celiac Disease and gluten intolerance. It seems there is drug that is generating some buzz in the gluten-free community. This drug, manufactured by Alvine Pharmaceuticals is called ALV003 and has shown promising effects and has helped people suffering from gluten intolerance symptoms....continue reading

Gluten-Free Gingerbread House Recipe

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 11-30-2011   

Building a gluten-free gingerbread house for the holidays is something the entire family can enjoy! You don't have to miss out on the holidays because of your gluten intolerance. People often ask us: "Is gingerbread gluten-free?" Our answer is: "If you follow our gluten-free gingerbread house recipe it is!"...continue reading

Gingerbread House Photo Journal

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 11-30-2011   

Gingerbread House Photo Journal   continue reading

Avoiding Gluten Brings Relief to Symptoms

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 11-28-2011   

GUJ5JGNUPTBE Consuming cereal products containing gluten can trigger the onset of gluten intolerance symptoms. Wheat, rye and barley are the best examples of cereal product that contain gluten. Oats can also cause gluten intolerance symptoms to occur. Patients with gluten intolerance may exhibit symptoms of diarrhea, malnutrition, weight loss, weakness, pain in joints and abdominal bloating....continue reading

​Top 133 Websites about Gluten Intolerance or Celiac Disease

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 11-23-2011   

Okay, you may be thinking... Wait a minute... The top 133 websites about gluten intolerance or Celiac Disease? Why 133? Why not 10 or even 20? The reason why I decided to create a list that big is because 1 in 133 people in the United States suffer from Celiac Disease, or nearly 2.5 million Americans. That's a lot of people, and why not compile a big list of sites for you to reference and use! ...continue reading

Gluten Intolerance is a Big Problem

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 11-21-2011   

Gluten intolerance is a grave problem that is increasing and affecting many people across the world. Many experts believe that the the most effective way to avoid the inflammation caused by the body's reaction to gluten is to eat rice or potato-based starches or consume certain nutritional supplements that do not contain wheat or other gluten grains. ...continue reading

Many Cosmetics May Contain Hidden Sources of Gluten

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 11-14-2011   

Many of us are unaware that cosmetics, face wash, lotions, toothpaste all contain gluten and can trigger gluten intolerance symptoms if you are allergic to it. A study conducted at the George Washington University documented that; gluten intolerance may worsen by the gluten present in lip stick, makeup and many body products....continue reading

Gluten Ataxia

Posted by - In Just 10 Pages in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 11-11-2011   

First lets find out what ataxia is. Ataxia is basically a neurological disorder wherein the muscle coordination is disrupted and it may cause difficulty in movement of limbs and other body parts. In spite of several studies, the cause of sporadic ataxia is still unknown. Ataxia can attack anyone at any age. People suffering from gluten intolerance or Celiac disease may also exhibit symptoms of ataxia....continue reading

Gluten Intolerance Resources

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 11-10-2011   

This list will continue to grow as we do. ...continue reading

What is a Wheat Allergy?

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 11-10-2011   

Wheat allergy is primarily a type of food allergy that takes place due to our body’s adverse reaction to the proteins present in wheat. Due to this, the moment we take in some form of wheat, several kinds of reactions takes place. Living with wheat allergy is difficult, but certainly not impossible. With several small measures and careful dietary regime you can easily make yourself comfortable and avoid the wheat allergy symptoms. ...continue reading

Risk of Gluten Intolerance May Increase With Age

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 11-05-2011   

Dietary restrictions are certainly not dependent on individual’s age. It can haunt anybody in any age group. A recent study done at the University of Maryland revealed some alarming statistics about celiac disease - an autoimmune disorder. Gluten Intolerance is a state, wherein the body is unable to digest gluten that is found mainly in cereal based food products....continue reading

Depression: Could it be linked to gluten?

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 11-03-2011   

A new gluten intolerance study is suggesting that depression in gluten sensitive people can actually be treated without the use of antidepressants....continue reading

Celiac Disease Explained

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 10-16-2011   

Celiac Disease is often difficult to diagnose in adults because there are sometimes few or no symptoms, however a person can still develop complications of the disease such as cancers of the digestive tract, liver diseases, and malnutrition — which can lead to anemia, osteoporosis, and miscarriage....continue reading

Could I Have Gluten Intolerance?

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 10-03-2011   

Individuals who are intolerant to gluten experience several signs and symptoms. These include abdominal distention, bloating, flatulence, undue fatigue, alternate episodes of diarrhea and constipation, passing of fatty and foul smelling stools. The more severe forms of symptoms takes place when malabsorption syndrome sets in. This happens due to poor absorption of nutrients by the small intestine. The symptoms include osteoporosis, anemia, depression, mood fluctuations, weight loss or weight gain, several nerve disorders, pain in the joints, etc. Pregnant mothers who are intolerant to gluten may give birth to autistic and low birth weight babies. The chances of miscarriages also increase in such cases. Infertility amongst men and women can be one of the grave and long term effects of gluten intolerance....continue reading

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