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MedlinePlus.gov Jun 19
is an immune disease in which people can't eat gluten because it will damage their small intestine. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye, and barley. It may also be in vitamins, supplements, and other products. Learn more:
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Laura Marie 21m
Going gluten free has definitely been a learning curve... but I have to say... even I feel better overall!! Hopefully babe does soon too.
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It’s me, Rebecca 🌻 Jun 18
I swear this waitress just said, β€œGluten is just like, carbs, right? If so, yea... our wings don’t have gluten.” WTF. I CANT HANDLE IT.
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abast Jun 20
Did you know that women with unexplained infertility are six times more likely to have celiac disease? We need to do a better job at diagnosis so that these women & others don't have to wait until they start having serious problems & even still births
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Colored in Flour 13h
We need better treatment other than the gluten free diet!
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Nuno Neto 8h
Hi Can anyone recommend some πŸ”places to eat safely in California (LA, Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, Yosemite, Monterey to Santa BΓ‘rbara)? Thks!πŸ™
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Rebecca Coppage Jun 23
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πŸ¦‹ 𝕁𝕖𝕀𝕀 π”Όπ•Ÿπ•˜π•π•šπ•€π•™ πŸ¦‹ Jun 21
So I haven't eaten gluten in a few years but I accidentally ate a bowl of vermicelli that I mistook for rice.. and i'm freaking out. In 24 hours it will reach my lower intestine and I will have a killer stomach ache. I HATE Celiac Disease!!
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Kate's Safe and Sweet Baking Box 5h
We are gluten free and made in a gluten free facility! Our mixes use a combo of white rice flour, potato starch and tapioca starch and safe for those with and .
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ingles Leah McGrath 14h
Working on presentation & the definitions of are so interesting... " a digestive disorder", - a "common disorder" ( yet acknowledges about 1% of population affected); Encylcopedia: "an inherited autoimmune digestive disorder"
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Stephanie Coward, PhD Jun 20
Ready for ’s presentation on ! Celebrating with all the gluten...I try to be supportive but this sandwich is just so good!
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Shatarra Lashawn Jun 24
So there's a chance I have something called That'll explain a lot. 😭😱😡😧
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CJ. 7h
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Carrie Anne Jun 24
If you can’t (like me )choose not to do dairy, or if you like yummy treats these are the best! Thank you unreal.snacks for caring enough to be healthy & delicious πŸ₯° @ Ann…
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Sea Slim Jun 20
Happy Father's day to all the dads, Granddads & step dads out thereπŸ‘ͺ #SeaSlim#FathersDay
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Beyond Celiac 13h
Want to help accelerate research? Download our new Go Beyond Celiac app and take the surveys about your experience with this serious autoimmune disease!
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Leaky Gut Fix Jun 22
Treating the underlying condition, such as 's or , will often resolve symptoms.
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Casey Cromwell 4h
When you're diagnosed with , you need to learn a whole new vocabulary to help you eat and thrive with a . Check out my new post about the terms related to that I think everyone should know!
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Thyroidcafe Jun 22
Reading this study for an upcoming blog about link between and
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ImmusanT, Inc. Jun 18
If you're in the NY/NJ area tonight, join Dr. Peter H.R. Green of the Celiac Disease Center as he discusses living with . To find out more or to register, see here:
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