Celiac disease is a serious genetic autoimmune disease, one currently with no cure. Yet, I always say the day I… Read more »
Author: Alice Bast
Patients With Celiac Disease Have the Power to Move Research Forward
Celiac research driven by people with the disease will chart the way forward. When it comes to research to help… Read more »
Why You Don’t Want to Cut Out Gluten Before Celiac Testing
Whenever I’m approached by someone who suspects they may have celiac disease, I give them a surprising piece of advice:… Read more »
Uphill Path to a Celiac Disease Diagnosis
Discovering whether you have celiac disease can be an arduous but worthwhile journey. AS the head of Beyond Celiac, a… Read more »
When Grandparents Don’t Get Gluten-Free: 4 Steps to Educating About Celiac Disease
Four steps to educate grandma and grandpa, who may doubt or just not grasp celiac disease.
Celiac Disease Research: Asking the Right Questions
Media focus on the gluten-free fad ignores a crying need for research to understand and treat celiac disease. You may… Read more »
Keeping Your Costs in Line on a Gluten-Free Diet
Following a strict gluten-free diet can be costly, but here are some strategies to spare your pocketbook.
Debunking 4 Big Myths About Celiac Disease
The web can be a great resource after diagnosis, but navigating misinformation is an essential skill.
Staving Off the Gluten-Free Winter Blues
Those with celiac disease can be prone to seasonal doldrums. Here’s advice to keep your spirits up.
Taking Celiac Seriously: Stand Up for Your Needs With These 5 Helpful Tips
The term “gluten-free” has lost sincerity. With online parodies poking fun at the diet, and celebrities touting its perceived health… Read more »