Is the Incidence of Celiac Disease Rising?

Is the Incidence of Celiac Disease Rising?

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Is the Incidence of Celiac Disease Rising?
“Yes, celiac disease has increased dramatically in the U.S. since 1950, and now affects 1 percent of the population,” says Joseph Murray, a gastroenterologist and professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. “There’s good evidence that we’re not just getting better at detecting celiac. It’s also increasing in other countries, even in […]
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Gluten Free Hurricane Chili Recipe

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Gluten Free Hurricane Chili Recipe
An angry woman came roaring through my town about a week and a half ago – her name was Irma. She knocked down trees and power lines, broke windows, damaged buildings, threw out power and internet services, and basically just caused a lot of The post Gluten Free Hurricane Chili Recipe appeared first on Simply […]
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Are Doctors Following Current Biopsy Guidelines When Diagnosing Celiac Disease?

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Are Doctors Following Current Biopsy Guidelines When Diagnosing Celiac Disease?
How tightly are doctors following current guidelines for diagnosing celiac disease? Current guidelines by the British Society of Gastroenterology recommend that doctors take at least four duodenal biopsy specimens at the time of upper gastrointestinal (UGI) endoscopy when looking for celiac disease. The practice has been shown to increase celiac diagnoses, and to reduced missed […]
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Are Intestinal Worms the Future of Autoimmune Disease Treatment?

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Are Intestinal Worms the Future of Autoimmune Disease Treatment?
Long ignored and dismissed as unscientific and crude, are intestinal worms destined to be the future of autoimmune disease treatments? Hookworms. Intestinal parasites. They sound gross. The thought of having one’s gut infected with a parasitic worm generally makes people’s skin crawl. Indeed, intestinal worms, like hookworm, have a bad reputation among health experts, and […]
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Do Early Respiratory Infections Increase Risk for Celiac Disease?

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Do Early Respiratory Infections Increase Risk for Celiac Disease?
Many researchers feel that the rising number of celiac disease cases supports the idea that common infections prior to the onset of autoimmune diseases could play a role in triggering the immune response. Do more respiratory infections in childhood mean a greater likelihood of celiac disease later in life? To answer that question, a team […]
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Gluten Free Margherita Pasta Recipe

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Gluten Free Margherita Pasta Recipe
If you love the flavors of margherita pizza then this gluten free margherita pasta recipe is sure to be a winner! With just a handful of ingredients, very little time, and even less work, it is my kind of weeknight dinner. I have made this recipe using The post Gluten Free Margherita Pasta Recipe appeared […]
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Is This the Beginning of the End for Celiac Disease? The Top Five Most Promising Advances in Celiac Disease

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Is This the Beginning of the End for Celiac Disease? The Top Five Most Promising Advances in Celiac Disease
Are we at the beginning of the end for celiac disease? The last few years have seen numerous advances in celiac diagnosis and treatment. People diagnosed recently and in the future face a very different world than that faced by celiacs just five or ten years ago. In the old days, the process of properly […]
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Will New Tests and Devices Change Celiac Diagnostics and Management?

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Will New Tests and Devices Change Celiac Diagnostics and Management?
The FDA has granted clearance for Immco Diagnostics’ ELISA for celiac disease, and for Roche’s Benchtop Analyzer. What does that mean? Immco’s test is conducted as a solid phase immunoassay and is intended for the qualitative or semiquantitative detection of IgA or IgG antigliadin antibodies in human blood, and thus to aid in diagnosing patients […]
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Gluten Free Slow Cooker Pickled Pulled Pork Recipe

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Gluten Free Slow Cooker Pickled Pulled Pork Recipe
For casual entertaining, nothing is easier than pulled pork sandwiches. You throw everything into a slow cooker and pretty much walk away. The slow cooker works its magic and you end up looking like a culinary genius. This gluten free pickled pulled pork recipe is The post Gluten Free Slow Cooker Pickled Pulled Pork Recipe […]
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Gluten Free Pina Colada Ice Cream Sandwiches

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Gluten Free Pina Colada Ice Cream Sandwiches
School may have started but we still have a couple more weeks until the last official day of summer. Which means there is still plenty of time for ice cream! Of course, there is never a really bad time for ice cream – especially these The post Gluten Free Pina Colada Ice Cream Sandwiches appeared […]
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Beyond Celiac Announces Innovative Collaborative Research Effort: Go Beyond Celiac Digital Community

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Beyond Celiac Announces Innovative Collaborative Research Effort: Go Beyond Celiac Digital Community
Beyond Celiac has launched Go Beyond Celiac™, a digital community that will accelerate treatment options beyond the gluten-free diet. Go Beyond Celiac is designed to make it easier for people with celiac disease to share their stories at a population level with researchers and to participate in research themselves.
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Celiac Sufferer? What A Pain! Try Some Tiger Nuts!

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Celiac Sufferer? What A Pain! Try Some Tiger Nuts!
Wheat, barley, rye, oats. Worse than swear words to celiac sufferers. Enemies to the immune system. But you know all that and you’re probably on a gluten-free diet. However, you’ve probably, unwittingly reduced the amount of daily fiber you eat and that’s serious. Enter Tiger Nuts – the celiac’s new best friend. You’ve never heard […]
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A Case of Refractory Celiac Disease Cured By Fecal Microbiota Transfer

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A Case of Refractory Celiac Disease Cured By Fecal Microbiota Transfer
In September 2016, the article “Serendipity in Refractory Celiac Disease: Full Recovery of Duodenal Villi and Clinical Symptoms after Fecal Microbiota Transfer” was published in the Journal of Gastrointestinal and Liver Disease describing the first known case of refractory celiac disease cured by a fecal transplant.  The patient in that case was being treated for […]
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New Blood Test May Change the Way We Diagnose Celiac Disease

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New Blood Test May Change the Way We Diagnose Celiac Disease
Doctors attempting to diagnose celiac disease are often confronted by patients who have already given up gluten. For such patients, diagnostic guidelines currently call for a gluten challenge of at least 14 days, followed by duodenal biopsy. There isn’t much good data on how many false-positive results are generate by this method. To get a […]
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Can Cheap, Reliable Gluten Tests Change the World of Celiac Disease?

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Can Cheap, Reliable Gluten Tests Change the World of Celiac Disease?
Can a tiny Virginia start-up change the world with a cheap, reliable devise to test food for gluten on the fly? With their startup called Altede, Ed and Anna Champion, together with business partner Briana Petruzzi, hope to build quick, cheap tests for all sorts of food allergens. Their first target is gluten. Altede is […]
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Do We Have More Celiac Disease Because Fewer Children Are Dying?

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Do We Have More Celiac Disease Because Fewer Children Are Dying?
Some evidence indicates that rates of celiac disease in the general population are increasing over time. Prior to the discovery of gluten’s role in celiac disease, the prognosis for celiac sufferers was bleak. Did higher betas of death keep celiac disease rates correspondingly lower?
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Do We Have More Celiac Disease Because Less Children Are Dying?

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Do We Have More Celiac Disease Because Less Children Are Dying?
Some evidence indicates that rates of celiac disease in the general population are increasing over time. Prior to the discovery of gluten’s role in celiac disease, the prognosis for celiac sufferers was bleak. Did higher betas of death keep celiac disease rates correspondingly lower?
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Gluten Free Skillet Berry Cobbler Recipe

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Gluten Free Skillet Berry Cobbler Recipe
It’s berry season and I just can’t get enough of those sweet, juicy summer gems. I eat them with yogurt, over ice cream, in pies and muffins, and in this lovely gluten free skillet berry cobbler. There seems to be a lot of controversy over The post Gluten Free Skillet Berry Cobbler Recipe appeared first […]
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How Fast Can the Market for Celiac Disease Drugs Grow?

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How Fast Can the Market for Celiac Disease Drugs Grow?
The latest research report from HTF Market Intelligence Consulting is titled “Global Celiac Disease Drugs Market 2017-2021.” The report offers detailed information and analysis of the competitive market landscape, forecast and strategies. The report covers geographic analysis that includes regions like Americas, APAC, EMEA, along with important players, including F. Hoffmann-La Roche, Johnson & Johnson, […]
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