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The Gluten-Free Guide

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The latest information from medical and nutrition experts about living with celiac disease and managing a gluten-free lifestyle!

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Parents are really good at asking doctors questions about their kid's health, but do we always let our kids speak up and ask what's on their mind? Today we are letting them do just that! We have a very special episode that features some of... more

Our podcasts about research are often are the most popular, so hopefully today's will also deliver. Today's topic explores another often-misunderstood condition Postural Tachycardia Syndrome or (POTS) as it often called - and its possible... more

Today we are talking about the recent Celiac Disease Symposium at the Columbia Celiac Disease Center. This biennial event hosts two forums, one scientific and one clinical, and attracts, researchers, physicians, patients,... more

Todays' topic is about the recent ?Doggie Bag? study published in the journal Gastroenterology, that suggests that a truly ?gluten-free diet may be more aspirational than achievable.? We talk a lot about strict gluten-free diets on the... more

Education is really important when it comes to living with a chronic disease. With celiac disease, patients and their families have to keep up reading food labels, new food products, changing food products, drug development, and research.... more

Food bullying. It can range from teasing others at school or online in social media groups, to kids throwing bread at children with celiac disease. In many cases it's parents that are doing the bullying...But how do you address this problem? As... more

Today's topic is an always popular one. We all love to travel, it's one of the best parts of life. But doing so is a bit more complicated while following a gluten-free lifestyle. Today we have an expert to share some of her favorite tips for... more

Most of us use social media in one way or another to connect with family, friends, and other communities that enrich our lives. But sometimes social media groups present information about medical conditions that is just wrong. It's frightening... more

Do we have a new drug for celiac disease? Results of a new phase 2 clinical trial using technology developed at Northwestern university showed that it is possible to induce immune tolerance to gluten in individuals with celiac disease. The... more

Today's topic is going to follow up on the influx of research and proclamations about the future of celiac disease. How do we as patients learn how to process the relevance of research in our own lives? How do we know what is... more

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