How Much Gluten is Too Much for Your Celiac Child?

How Much Gluten is Too Much for Your Celiac Child?

     The amount of gluten that can be tolerated varies among people with celiac disease. In general, research suggests that less than 10 milligrams (mg) of gluten daily is unlikely to cause significant damage to the intestines in most celiac people. However, these small amounts could still be enough to make a person feel unwell. […]

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Gluten Intolerant, Gluten Sensitive & Celiac- Explained by Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.

Gluten Intolerant, Gluten Sensitive & Celiac- Explained by Ron Hoggan, Ed. D.

The phrase “gluten intolerant” is a rather nebulous term which is why I try to avoid using it. I prefer to use ‘gluten sensitivity’. The sub-groups of gluten sensitivity are: gluten sensitive enteropathy (otherwise known as celiac disease); non-celiac gluten sensitivity; neuropathic gluten sensitivity, etc. Gluten sensitivity is the term recommended by the world renowned […]

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Get Tested for Gluten Sensitivity Even if You Think You Know the Answer

Get Tested for Gluten Sensitivity Even if You Think You Know the Answer

     Don’t assume that your symptoms are unique to you. For much of my life, I just thought that it was just normal for me to be in pain. People with osteoporosis, for example, say that their condition “runs in the family,” ignoring the fact that osteoporosis is often connected with celiac disease, which prevents […]

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