Posts Tagged education


A Tiny Bit of Gluten Won’t Affect You

I usually don’t comment on things I see on TV but I can’t let this one pass. As the spouse of a person with Celiac Disease I took offense to what was recently said on an episode of The Chew on ABC. The cooks were using Quinoa with the meal they were preparing. One of […]

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The Gluten Summit

“Is gluten the cause of your health problems?” It very well could be. It’s an interesting, and important, question to ask. Fortunately, Dr. Tom O‘Bryan has made it part of his personal mission to move this question into today’s conversations between patients and healthcare professionals. Asking this question could, potentially, improve the lives of millions […]

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What is Celiac Disease?

This is a good brief introduction that answers the question, “What is celiac disease?”  

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Celiac Disease and Migraine Headaches

A new study has been released in which the connection between celiac disease and migraine headaches was studied. The objective of the study was to assess the prevalence of headache in clinic and support group patients with celiac disease and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) compared with a sample of healthy subjects. European studies have demonstrated […]

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How to Stay Updated on Gluten Free and Celiac News

The internet has become the lifeline for information for those with celiac disease or gluten issues. One of the most time consuming things each day for me is to try to read all the blog posts and news articles concerning the topic that I am interested in. If you want to know how to stay […]

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Tax Deductions for Gluten Free Food

A gluten free diet is the medical treatment for someone diagnosed with celiac disease. Depending on the amount of income you claim on your federal income tax return, you may be able to claim tax deductions for gluten free food. These expenses are considered medical expenses if you are diagnosed with celiac disease or a […]

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