“Let food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food”… Hippocrates has never been more accurate with this statement when it comes to celiac disease and non-celiac wheat sensitivity. Many people today (doctors included) feel that enough information is available online to learn how to follow the gluten-free diet; in fact, only 15% of patients […]
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Underscoring its role as the leading resource for millions of Americans with celiac disease, Celiac Disease Foundation (CDF) announced the launch of its Adult and Pediatric Celiac Disease Follow-Up Checklists.
The considerable overlap between celiac disease and type 1 diabetes (T1D) is well known; the same can be said of celiac disease and autoimmune thyroid disease (ATD). The question remains, do individuals (notably, children) with celiac disease need to be routinely screened for development of these other conditions?
A team of pediatric medical experts convened at the Children’s National Health Center in Washington, D.C. in January 2013 with a single, ambitious goal – to cull from over 40 years of publications and studies relating to celiac disease in children, a list of best practices for the diagnosis, treatment, and management of this potentially […]
Are you living with celiac disease or caring for someone with celiac disease? Do you want to help design and evaluate celiac disease research? Then we need you! Celiac Disease Foundation is proud to introduce our live and self-serve Patient Advocacy Program, which was launched at our National Conference on April 30, 2016. Researchers are […]
Celiac disease can be difficult to diagnose because it affects people in different ways. There are over 300 known symptoms of celiac disease which may affect every organ in your body, not just your digestive system. Some people with celiac disease are asymptomatic, meaning that they have no external symptoms at all. However, all people with celiac disease are […]