On March 28, 2017, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) released the following recommendation about screening for celiac disease: “The USPSTF concludes that the current evidence is insufficient to assess the balance of benefits and harms of screening for celiac disease in asymptomatic patients.
Tonight’s dinner idea: Low-carb Tofu Stir-Fry using San-J Tamari Sauce over a bed of rice.
At 12 years old, Maizy Boosin competed on Chopped Junior against three other junior chefs, but Maizy had a unique challenge – she chose to cook everything exclusively gluten-free while given the same basket of ingredients as her competitors. On the show, Maizy shared that she cooks gluten-free because she has celiac disease; she started […]
A very commonly and hotly discussed topic in the celiac disease community is the determination of whom to screen for the disease and when. It is widely understood that celiac disease is under-diagnosed, especially since some individuals remain without symptoms for a long period of time. Blanket screening, however, seems inefficient; so where is the […]
Are you living with celiac disease or caring for someone with celiac disease? Do you want to partner with researchers to share your experiences living with celiac disease? Then make your voice heard! Join CDF’s Patients As Partners Research Symposium on June 3, 2017, to become a Celiac Disease Patient Advocate and learn how to engage […]
It’s time to hop on over to your nearest grocery store and stock up on all the latest gluten-free candies for Easter and Passover. You no longer have to worry about making sure everyone is included because our candy list is full of treats everyone can enjoy. Candies listed below are considered to be gluten-free by […]
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, […]
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 […]
Instructions on how to make delicious gluten-free matzo ball soup.
Celiac Disease Foundation is pleased to announce the release of Gluten-Free Marketplace 2.0, our completely updated, one-stop destination to search for all of your favorite gluten-free products, services, companies, and recipes. The Gluten-Free Marketplace is available at celiac.org/marketplace and as an app for iPhone and Android. Marketplace 2.0 showcases products and services from companies that […]