Tag: celiac disease
It’s Grilling Season…Feed The Flame With Hoss Soss!
Hoss Soss uses high-quality ingredients and care in producing their sauces, and you can taste the difference on your food. When you pour on any one of their bold, bright Hoss Soss flavors, you’ll taste their original blends of roasted vegetables and spices first, then savor the slight chili pepper kick that follows. Use Hoss…Continue Reading
Hidden in Plain Sight: Tricks and Tips for a Safe, Fun Halloween
Trick-or-Treating & the Teal Pumpkin Project™ CDF has joined with FARE (Food Allergy Research and Education) and the Teal Pumpkin Project™ to raise awareness of food allergies and promote inclusion, to ensure that ALL trick-or-treaters can enjoy Halloween! Consider posting a sign on your door and painting a pumpkin teal to signify that you will be giving out…Continue Reading
Study Finds Potential Link Between Reovirus and Celiac Disease
A research study published in the journal, Science, may have established a link between reovirus and celiac disease. Although reovirus is considered a common and often harmless virus, the study, co-authored by CDF Medical Advisory Board member, Stefano Guandalini, MD, and CDF Research Committee member, Sonia Kupfer, MD, determined that the reovirus, T1L, in some cases,…Continue Reading
FDA Allows Marketing of First Direct-to-Consumer Tests That Provide Genetic Risk Information for Certain Conditions, Including Celiac Disease
Celiac Disease Foundation welcomes the FDA announcement that 23andMe can offer accessible, lower-cost, direct-to-consumer genetic screening for a number of diseases, including celiac disease. Celiac disease is a serious, genetic, autoimmune disorder caused by an immune reaction to the ingestion of gluten. Although it is often thought of as a rare disease, researchers tell us…Continue Reading
Are You Too Fatigued to Have Sex? In Too Much Pain?
A year has passed since Celiac Disease Foundation launched its patient registry, iCureCeliac®. Since our launch, 2,300 participants have contributed their medical information and experiences living with celiac disease and non-celiac wheat/gluten sensitivity. This information will help researchers to better understand, develop treatments for, and ultimately cure celiac disease. Based on our recent data analysis…Continue Reading