Éclair Naturals Partners with Celiac Disease Foundation (Chatsworth, CA – November 2016) ‒ Éclair Naturals, a new luxuriously pure gluten-free bath, body, and hair care line (eclairnaturals.com) is excited to announce that is it now a Proud Sponsor of Celiac Disease Foundation through 2017. Celiac Disease Foundation (CDF)) is a non-profit organization that drives […]
Snyder’s of Hanover® and Lance® to help improve gluten-free living with Celiac Disease Foundation donation and tasty snacks Educational messaging to appear on all gluten-free snacks during Celiac Awareness Month CHARLOTTE, N.C. May 3, 2016 – Leading snack brands Snyder’s of Hanover® and Lance® are joining forces to support Celiac Disease Foundation (CDF) and improve […]
If you’re reading this letter, then you have been affected in some way by celiac disease and/or a gluten-related disorder. Whether you found Celiac Disease Foundation due to yourself, a loved one, friend or colleague being diagnosed, I understand what you’ve been going through. I’ve always felt that it’s incredibly beneficial to connect with others […]
Snyder’s of Hanover®, maker of the No. 1 gluten-free pretzel in the U.S., is raising awareness and funds to support Celiac Disease Foundation (CDF). For the second year, Snyder’s-Lance, Inc. and its Snyder’s of Hanover brand will donate $0.05 from the sale of specially marked bags through June 30.
Irvine, March 19, 2015 – Renegade Racing, a premier running, triathlon & adventure sports production company in Southern California, is excited to partner with Celiac Disease Foundation’s Team Gluten-Free (TGF) for the XTERRA Renegade Off-Road Triathlon, Duathlon & 3 Mile Trail Run Challenge. TGF is a community fundraising program that provides a simple way for […]
For people with celiac disease, vaccinations tend to work just as effectively as they do for the general population with one notable exception: hepatitis B. Celiac disease testing is recommended for non-responders to the hepatitis B vaccine who are not already diagnosed.
Celiac Disease (CD), a genetic condition affecting 1% of the population, is somewhat unique among autoimmune conditions in that it has an effective treatment in the gluten-free diet. However, the diet can be difficult to follow; a significant proportion of CD patients do not respond to the diet with the expected intestinal healing, typically due […]
All of a sudden, they seem to be everywhere: gluten-free options in grocery stores, restaurants, coffee bars, and even at the ballpark. Please, don’t get me wrong…all of this is great. What isn’t penetrating America’s consciousness, however, is the life-threatening implications of our ongoing failure to quickly and correctly diagnose and treat celiac […]
The U.S. Preventative Services Task Force (USPSTF) has posted its research plan for the screening of the U.S. population for celiac disease. The research plan is designed to answer seven key questions about screening. These questions are: What is the effectiveness of screening versus not screening for celiac disease in asymptomatic adults, adolescents, or […]
On a daily basis, Jess Madden experiences two sides of medicine. As a neonatologist with celiac disease, she has the dual identity of being both a doctor and a patient. At work, she cares for the smallest and newest patients. In her personal life she becomes the patient as she manages celiac disease, an experience […]