Pharmaceutical Medications and Celiac Disease

I recently ran into a problem with a medication prescribed for me by my doctor.  The medication itself was right, but there was something in it that made me sick. And it felt like a gluten reaction. I called my pharmacist and they weren’t able to determine from the label what fillers were in the…

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Studies Differentiate Celiac Disease from Gluten Sensitivity

Recently, my nutritionist Karl Mincin, sent me these two articles on how Italian and U.S. Researchers differentiate between Celiac Disease, which is an autoimmune disease, and Gluten sensitivity which is just that, a sensitivity to it. Which means it’s possibly, not as dangerous, but sure is aggravating!   The research is very interesting, and it suggests, how…

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Depression and Celiac Disease

Recently, I was reading an article about depression and Celiac disease. It spoke of the high incidence of depression in Celiac patients and the high suicide rate that goes along with it. The way the article was written, it made it seem as though individuals with Celiac are stuck with depression and mood disorders with…

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The hazards of cross contamination with Celiac Disease Video

I Have had more than one experience with getting sick from cross contamination of combining gluten foods with Gluten containing foods.  When I was first diagnosed over 25 years ago very little was known about the disease. So when I went to pot lucks with friends, or tried to eat out, no one understood what this…

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Change in support group meetings

Many of you may have noticed that our group has not met in the last month. You may have wondered if we were on summer break. Until recently, the Celiac foundation has been sponsoring our group, but that organization has decided to stop supporting local face to face meetings. Instead the CDF is focusing their…

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Thoughts on Gluten free Restaurants and eating out!

I have had a lot of people approach me, with questions about eating out and remaining Gluten free!  Well, as I’ve said in other articles, today it isn’t quite as challenging as it used to be.  I could give you a list of restaurants that have gluten free menu’s, but I’m not sure it’s necessary! …

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Gluten-Free Meal Plans Great for Anyone With Celiac Disease

Check out this article by Shape Magazine Meal planning can be tricky if you have celiac disease or a gluten intolerance. We have the plans that help. Let’s face it: Gluten intolerance isn’t pretty, causing symptoms like gas, bloating, constipation, and acne. Gluten can be a major bummer for people who have celiac disease or who…

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Gluten Free Creamy Italian Pasta Salad Recipe

Here is part of a great article and Recipe from Mama Knows Gluten Free There is nothing simpler or more satisfying than a big beautiful bowl of pasta salad. The homemade creamy Italian dressing really is the showstopper of this pasta salad. Mix in your favorite Italian veggies, and you will have a pasta salad that…

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Gluten Allergy Test, is it Necessary?

Is a gluten allergy test necessary? Interesting question!  I have suffered for years with Celiac disease, and I have some pretty strong feelings about this disease and gluten sensitivity.  I would like to share some of my specific thoughts from my home here in Washington State. It is a Sunday afternoon in June, and it’s sunny…

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Pre-Biotics article by Karl Mincin, Clinical Nutritionist

Here Karl discusses the meaning of Pre-biotics and their role in good digestive health. This is interesting for those individuals who are not necessarily Celiac, but still struggle with Gluten sensitivity and food allergies in general. I recently added a pre-biotic to my regimen along with pro-biotics(which is different) and am finding relief in how…

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