Gluten infographic | Gluten-free packaging is everywhere, but many people still don’t seem to know what gluten is and why they might want to avoid it. We hope this infographic will help to solve all the confusing questions about gluten. (Gluten, by the way, is a protein found in wheat, rye, triticale and barley.)

What’s the Deal With Gluten? (Infographic

Gluten infographic Gluten-free packaging is everywhere, but many people still don’t seem to know what gluten is and why they might want to avoid it. We hope this infographic will help to solve all the confusing questions about gluten. (Gluten, by the wa

Everything you need to know about celiac disease & what it means to be gluten-free

Celiac Disease 101

Celiac Disease 101 - MsModify- (*I am not a medical professional, so please consult your doctor with symptoms, concerns, etc.) I get asked that question a lot. People with celiac disease are not allergic to gluten.

What is it like to have celiac disease?

We look okay on the outside and no one can see the bone-weary tiredness, the aching joints, the fuzzy brain, or the war going on inside our bodies.

The World’s Leading Expert on Gluten-Related Disorders, Dr. Alessio Fasano, Sets the Record Straight in His Definitive New Book by Marilyn Geller

The World's Leading Expert on Gluten-Related Disorders, Dr. Alessio Fasano, Sets the Record Straight in His Definitive New Book

What is Celiac Disease?    Celiac disease is an autoimmune digestive disease that damages the villi of the small intestine and interferes with absorption of nutrients from food. What does this mean? Essentially the body is attacking itself every time a person with celiac consumes gluten.

What is Celiac Disease? Celiac disease is an autoimmune digestive disease that damages the villi of the small intestine and interferes with absorption of nutrients from food. Essentially the body is attacking itself every time a pe

What Are the Benefits of a Gluten-Free Diet? - A gluten-free diet is necessary for people with celiac disease and can be beneficial for those with autism, ADHD or people with wheat allergies.  - sponsored

What Are the Benefits of a Gluten-Free Diet? - A gluten-free diet is necessary for people with celiac disease and can be beneficial for those with autism, ADHD or people with wheat allergies.

This is how Gluten causes leaky guts in people with Celiac Disease - find out why here http://scdlifestyle.com/2012/02/how-gluten-causes-celiac-disease/

Everyone needs to educate themselves on how serious celiac is. I'm fortunate that restaurants are making special gluten free meals

A list of gluten-free candy options in preparation for Halloween!

Halloween Gluten-Free Candy List and Pumpkin Carving Stencil

Antibody Linked to Celiac Disease That Does Not Respond To Gluten-Free Diet - Celiac Disease Foundation

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