As someone striving to be an advocate in the gluten-free community, it has become apparent to me that there is a huge issue. There is a divide in the gluten-free community and it’s making us weak. It’s making people confused when they try to serve […]
Tag: coeliac disease
When you have Celiac disease, you are at risk for several nutrient deficiencies. Especially if you are newly diagnosed and still healing your gut from gluten damage (which can take upwards of 1-2 years). In this post I’ll discuss 10 supplements for Celiac disease that […]
When you have celiac disease, you have an autoimmune disease. This means your immune system isn’t operating appropriately. In the case of celiac disease, your immune system is being overactive and attacking things that don’t really pose a threat, thus causing damage. This overactivity, in […]
As your fellow celiac dietetic professional, I feel the need to address the following question: Is a Gluten-Free Diet enough to treat Celiac Disease? Keep reading to find out why I don’t think it is. Celiac Disease is Serious Celiac, also known as Sprue, is […]
What is Celiac Disease? Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease that impacts the digestive track. Basically, when you have celiac disease your body attacks itself when you eat food that contain gluten. This causes damage to the small intestine that can lead to malabsorption, nutrient […]
Romantic relationships with celiac disease can be difficult to manage. I won’t lie, dating especially can be hard. While it can be tough, it can also teach you a lot. For instance, for me, dating has taught me: ◊ Fearless self-advocacy ◊ Boundary setting ◊ […]
How to sucessfully be a gluten-free guest during the holiday season without being exposed to gluten.
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being exposed to gluten sucks. The symptoms are painful, uncomfortable, and impact everyday life. However, there are some things that are can help. Here are my top tips on recovering from being glutened.