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8/22/2019

Dietary Supplementation Advice for Celiac Patients on a Long-Term Gluten-Free Diet

Often, when a patient is following a long-term gluten-free diet with good compliance, micronutrient deficiencies cannot be detected. This review - published in the scientific journal Medicina - evaluates the most recent literature on micronutrient deficiencies in patients following a long-term gluten-free diet in order to provide dietary supplementation advice. The study concludes that in patients with micronutrient deficiencies caused by celiac disease, vitamin supplements may be necessary.

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8/15/2019

2019 James W. Freston Conference

The Celiac Disease Foundation was proud to be an endorsement partner of the 2019 James W. Freston Conference – Food at the Intersection of Gut Health and Disease to educate physicians on the latest research on celiac disease management. On August 9-10, 2019, Director of Research and Advocacy, Julia McBeth, attended the conference in Chicago,…

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7/29/2019

Gluten-Free Travel with Brett Duncan

Brett is committed to inspiring people with celiac disease to travel the world and explore the infinite opportunities to live gluten-free anywhere. Whether it is a short weekend visit, or a long trip to Vietnam or Hawaii, she shows that traveling gluten-free can be done. You deserve the best gluten-free trip! What inspired you to…

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7/18/2019

Managing Celiac Disease in School

All over the country, parents are getting ready to send their children back to school. Our children, Alexander Solomon, Amanda Solomon, and Draya Ramer, have celiac disease. Returning to school presents special challenges every year…challenges that are magnified if a child is starting a new school or even moving to a new classroom. That is why we are…

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5/7/2019

Campaign Goes for the Gut

Cupcakes with razorblades. Pizza with scorpions. Pasta Salad with thumbtacks. In the eyes of someone suffering from celiac disease, this is what food with gluten looks like because it’s also what it feels like.

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