09 Jun 2016
celiac disease diagnosis

Has your doctor just informed you that you have celiac disease? The first feelings you’ll have when finding out about your condition will range anywhere from shock to sadness. You might even find yourself fearing what your new life will be like. You know that your celiac disease diagnosis will have a restricting effect on […]

24 May 2016
celiac in the military

In a Facebook discussion recently, the topic arose concerning  celiac in the military and we were intrigued with solutions for those who may be learning how to cope while serving our country. Military servicemen and women find themselves in unusual living situations and are required by virtue of their position to easily adapt to situations. With […]

17 May 2016
celiac awareness

If you have been diagnosed with celiac disease, a biological relative has a higher risk of getting it as well. Celiac disease happens to be genetic. Many people don’t discuss celiac awareness and how one person in a family can be an eye opener for the remaining family members. One big question is if family members […]

17 Dec 2013
celiac disease advise

You’re driving home from the doctor’s office with this new label. You have celiac disease.You’re a celiac. You’re gluten-free. And, frankly, you don’t have much of a clue what that means. You may feel scared, panicky. What am I going to do? What am I going to eat?! Ahh! You may feel angry. This sucks! Why me? Why […]

13 Dec 2013
celiac disease symptoms

I’ve heard doctors openly refer to celiac disease as a “crazy person disease” on account of the wide range of symptoms experienced by patients. When I was going through the process of being diagnosed, it felt like my doctors thought I was a hypochondriac. They would be convinced I was suffering from one disease, then […]