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CanadianCeliacAssoc Aug 19
Don't forget our 'Back to School Series' sponsored by Promise Gluten Free will be held tomorrow at 12:30pm! Join our CCA National Facebook Group to join us! The Facebook Live ‘Starting School’ will be held with Registered Dietitian, Malvina Ibrahim. See you there! . .
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Aug 19
Fact: Celiac Disease is an inherited condition and symptoms may develop at any age after the ingestion of gluten.
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Aug 17
Don't miss out on our 'Back to School Series' sponsored by Promise Gluten Free! Join our CCA National Facebook Group. The Facebook Live ‘Starting School’ will be held on Tuesday, August 20 – 12:30pm with Registered Dietitian, Malvina Ibrahim. See you there! . .
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Aug 14
This week is the last week to visit the Davis Family Farm to see the sunflowers. Don't miss your last chance to help raise funds for the CCA!
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Aug 12
FACT: Celiac disease is a life-long disease. Eating food containing gluten will damage the intestinal lining and will increase the risk of developing associated conditions and other complications. The only known treatment for celiac disease is a gluten-free diet for life.
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Aug 9
Did you know that you can donate your aeroplan miles to the CCA? Learn more by visiting the link. You can also download aeroplan text messages to get earning opportunities sent straight to your phone! . Help us go the extra mile for .
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Aug 5
Fact: Effective treatment of celiac disease requires strict exclusion of gluten for life. The gluten found in various wheats (e.g., durum, kamut, spelt), and in rye, barley, and triticale, must be avoided.
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Jul 15
. We've all heard this before! Though some people with celiac disease may seem to tolerate gluten, damage is still being done to the intestinal lining when gluten is eaten. Treatment for celiac disease is a strict gluten-free diet for life.
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Jul 12
On the road and need a resource? Access CCA’s website on your mobile device. Now available in French too! . .
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Jul 8
This is a common misconception! Fact: A follow up with your physician and dietician is recommended. Check out our follow-up management link with information you can take to your medical professional on our website
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Jul 5
Our Promise Recipe Challenge winner - Janet Dalziel from Toronto, Ontario. Janet's recipe squared off against the Ireland entry and won! Janet came by the office to pick up her gift basket! Congratulations once again and thank you to everyone who participated.
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Jul 4
CCA is pleased to announce that we have been featured in an allergy series for Metroland! Learn the key differences between celiac disease and a wheat allergy with Dr. Mohsin Rashid in this article:
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Jun 26
Better Living Gluten Free - July 2019 School's out and it's our Growing Up Celiac Edition!
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Jun 25
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Jun 24
Don't forget to join us today in our FB group for our FB live with where we will be discussing our Canadian Celiac Symptom Quiz! We'll be live 3 pm EDT. See you there!
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Jun 24
FACT: Recent research has revealed that celiac disease affects 1% of people in the U.S. Growing awareness of celiac disease, earlier diagnosis and excellent blood screening tests point to the likelihood of similar prevalence figures in Canada.
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Jun 23
New York Fries Hot dogs are no longer . While very disappointing, they gave us the notice of the change to help alert the community. Please click the link below to see their notice as well as all celiac safe options that remain on their menu!
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Jun 21
NHL prospect Kaapo Kakko is turning issues with diabetes, celiac disease into positives. Read the article here where CCA was interviewed about the topic!
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Jun 21
Join us and Schar on Monday, June 24 as we discuss the new symptom checker quiz that we launched during ! FB Live will be hosted in our FB group so don't forget to join! Have you taken our symptom checker quiz yet? If not click here!
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Jun 20
Headed to the gluten free goodness expo this weekend in Brantford? Don't forget to show your CCA membership card for a discount on your entry!
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