- Celiac Disease FoundationCeliac Sprue AssociationGluten Intolerance GroupNational Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases –a bakery that ships products directly to customers.
- GlutenFreePages Gluten Free Living and Lifestyle site.
- Gluten Free Pages contains details of GF events, eating places, retailers, manufacturers, new products, a gluten free Forum and expert articles aimed at making a GF life easy. (AUS)Triumph Dining Publishes annual guides to gluten free restaurant dining and grocery shopping that are now available in dozens of health food stores across the country (and online, too).Gourmet Cookies Curious Cookie bakes and designs the most delectable All Natural, Lower Carb/Sugar Free, and Gluten Free Gourmet Cookie Gift Baskets and Gourmet Cookie Gift Tins for all occasions.
- Celia Wiki A wikpedia site for the celiac Community
- www.celiactravel.com If you have Celiac (coeliac) disease or need gluten free food for any reason, use CeliacTravel.com to get essential facts,tips and tales to help maintain your special diet anywhere in the world
- Clan Thompson Celiac Site (Canadian) Providing News and information for the Celiac community. Downloadable Demo, of Glutin status of thousands of products in both Canadian and American markets.
- www.allergikid.com AllergiK ID -products to identify and protect kids with food allergies and Celiac Disease.
- www.glutenfreeda.com Diet help. Over 50 free recipes / month
- Study Relates Celiac Disease & Migraine Headaches
A study published in the September issue of Cepalalgia finds that children with migraine headaches have an increased risk of developing celiac disease.
Last Updated 8/17/2008
- Study Identifies Celiac Disease Receptor
New research may help patients get diagnosed with celiac disease sooner, cutting down on the average time of 10 years to get an accurate diagnosis. A study published in the July 2008 issue of the journal Gastroenterology finds and identifies a key gluten receptor in the small intestine that opens the gateway through which gluten enters the body and triggers the immune response in celiac patients.
Last Updated 8/17/2008
- Digestive Disease Week Studies
Celiac experts filled room 32 of the San Diego Convention Center to talk about the latest advances in celiac disease. Dr. Bob Anderson from Australia explored basic scientific advances and had some very interesting things to point out.
Last Updated 7/12/2007
- Economic Burden of a Gluten-Free Diet
This study found that gluten-free foods have poor availability and are more expensive than their gluten-containing counterparts. The researchers found that the availability of gluten-free products varied between grocery stores, upscale markets and health food stores.
Last Updated 7/12/2007
- Non-Responsive Celiac Disease due to Inhaled Gluten
This study evaluated two patients who had nonresponsive celiac disease after having been on a gluten free diet. Both patients still showed chronic symptoms and histological changes from celiac but had adhered to a strictly gluten-free diet. Both patients worked on farms where they feed gluten-containing grain to livestock on a daily basis and were likely inhaling dust particles with gluten in them, thereby aggravating their symptoms even when no gluten was being ingested with their diets. Wearing face masks greatly improved symptoms and histological results for both patients.
Last Updated 7/10/2007
- Genetic Risks for Celiac Disease
An international research study investigating the causes of intestinal inflammatory conditions has identified a new genetic risk factor for celiac disease. The study, lead by David van Heel a Professor at Queen Mary, University of London, found that celiacs often lack a protective DNA sequence in a specific gene region that is otherwise found in healthy individuals. This study has found that celiacs often lack a protective DNA sequence in the interleukin-2 and interleukin-21 gene region. Interleukin-2 and interleukin-21 are cytokine proteins secreted by white bloods cells that control inflammation, and both have been implicated in the mechanisms of other intestinal inflammatory diseases.
Last Updated 7/10/2007
- Increased Risk of Death in Celiacs Diagnosed as Children
A study by at the University of Nottingham found that celiacs diagnosed as children have an increased occurrence of mortality due to violence, suicide, accidents, cancer and cerebrovascular disease. The study tracked 285 children and 340 adults who had been diagnosed with celiac disease in the Lothian region of Scotland.
- Where Are All Those Patients With Celiac Disease?
Celiac disease is considered to occur in ∼1% of the U.S. population. It is, however, markedly underdiagnosed. In this issue, Fasano and his colleagues have continued their work in demonstrating just where all these patients are. Their current study explores a case finding policy in the primary practice setting. They identified patients who exhibited either symptoms that could be attributed to celiac disease, or had an associated condition. In this population, 2.25% had celiac disease. The study emphasizes the need for physician education in both the prevalence of celiac disease and the wide availability of the serological tests that can facilitate the diagnosis of celiac disease.
- Detection of Celiac Disease in Primary Care: A Multicenter Case-Finding Study in North America
The aims of this study were (a) to determine whether an active case-finding strategy in primary care could increase the frequency of CD diagnosis and (b) to determine the most common clinical presentations of the condition.
- Roma Food Products
- Canadian Gourmet
- Celiac/Coeliac, Dermatitis Herpetiformis (DH), Wheat/Gluten-Free
- Healthlink USA
- Intestinal Research – Baylor University Medical Center
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- The Gluten Free Kitchen
- Clan Thompson
- Nutrition and Food on the Web Finding the Right Stuff
- www.gluten-free.org Web Site Collection
- Made By Mona firstname.lastname@example.org www.madebymona.com
- Cooking with Nana E-mail: email@example.com
- Epicure Selections, a company which sells high quality spice blends ,
international spices, dip mixes, salsas and other specialty food items.
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