Celiac disease is an inherited autoimmune disease. It’s not a fad, it’s not a diet and to people with serious cases of celiac disease, it’s not a joke. Things To Know About Celiac Disease It can be tempting to keep things positive all the time,
When you have celiac disease it can feel like there is nothing safe to eat. With so many restaurants being off limits, food starts to feel like an enemy rather than a friend. Here is a list of naturally gluten free foods to put a
To eat a gluten free diet, you need to avoid wheat, barley, rye and all their derivatives. Anyone who is very sensitive to gluten or diagnosed with celiac disease will also have to worry about cross contact too. So what foods have gluten in them?
This guide is for anyone who is working on going gluten free. I mean truly gluten free, celiac style. Less than 20 parts per million of gluten 24/7, with the added burden of avoiding cross contact at every meal. If you don’t need gluten
For people starting a gluten free diet it can be surprising to learn about the dangers of cross contact. Tiny amounts of gluten can trigger an autoimmune response in those with celiac disease. This makes it essential to learn where gluten hides and how to
• Celiac is more common in women than men. (0.9% in women vs. 0.5% in men) This is typical for most autoimmune diseases. • Throughout the lifespan celiac patients have double the mortality risk than the rest of the public. (Celiac disease statistics source)
Finding celiac disease facts can be hard to do with all the misinformation online. Here are ten celiac facts below to get you started. Be sure to check out our other pages to find more useful information. Celiac Disease Facts 1. Celiac is