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Top 5 Celiac Disease Resources

top5celiacdiseaseresourcesAre you or a family member newly diagnosed with celiac disease and looking for the best gluten-free resources from reliable sources? These five celiac resources will help you live a happy and healthy gluten-free life.

1. The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) has many excellent Printable Guides, including the brand new Getting Started Guide, which is a comprehensive 48-page guide to everything you need to know!

2. The GlutenFreeTravelSite has thousands of user-submitted reviews of restaurants, cruises, colleges, and more. You can easily search online or download the free app called Dine Gluten Free.

3. When you need to know if a prescription or OTC drug is gluten-free, Gluten-Free Drugs is a reliable resource that is continually updated by a clinical pharmacist.

4. When you have a question about celiac disease or gluten-free life, the Celiac Listserv is one of the best places to get answers.

5. Stay informed of the lasted gluten-free news and new products by reading Celiac-Disease.com, one of the best gluten-free blogs with many posts by blogger Kimberly Bouldin.

What are your favorite gluten-free resources? Post a comment below, and view the list of gluten-free NuGo bars.

 

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10 Celiac Disease Facts to Share

May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month. You can spread awareness about celiac disease by sharing these facts on Pinterest, Twitter, and Facebook. Together, we can help get more people tested for celiac disease. No one should have to wait six to ten years to be diagnosed!

For more information about celiac disease, visit the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA). NuGo Dark, NuGO Slim, and NuGO FREE REAL Dark Chocolate coated protein bars are certified gluten-free and sold at stores in the US and Canada.

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Celiac Awareness Month: Celiac PSA and Gluten-Free Resources

Do you have headaches, fatigue, joint pain, digestive problems, or any of these 300 symptoms? If so, you could be one of the millions of Americans undiagnosed with celiac disease. Celiac is an autoimmune disease in which eating gluten damages the lining of the small intestine, interfering with the absorption of nutrients from food.

If you suspect you have celiac disease, ask your physician to order the celiac panel blood test. It is very important to continue eating gluten until you have completed all testing for celiac disease. A 100% gluten-free diet is the only treatment for celiac disease.

Watch this celiac PSA.

 

May is National Celiac Awareness Month, which makes this a great month to share celiac blog posts. The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) has chosen KISS: Keep It Simple and Safe as the theme for Celiac Awareness Month.

Throughout this month, bloggers will be sharing many tips on a variety of gluten-free topics in 5 Ways to Keep It Simple and Safe. Visit the Gluten-Free RD, a blog by Rachel Begun, to read 31 Days of Celiac Awareness.

For more gluten-free resources, read our blog post, 10 Great Gluten-Free Resources. Happy Celiac Awareness Month!

 

 

 

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Video: New Classification System for Gluten Disorders

How do you determine if you have celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, a wheat allergy, or gluten ataxia? Watch this video explaining the new proposed classification system for gluten disorders, and read this article for more information.

 

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Healthy Gluten-Free and Vegan Side Dishes

Browse recipes for healthy gluten-free and vegan side dishes by visiting these great blogs. Many of these recipes use quinoa, a complete protein with a nutty flavor. To learn how to cook quinoa, watch this video from Carol Kicinski from Simply Gluten-Free. There is no reason for a boring gluten-free diet, filled with too much rice. Enjoy inspiration from these bloggers, and discover delicious gluten-free side dishes.

 

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