Sponsored: Gluten-Free Pi(e) Day

What is Pi DayPi Day occurs on March 14th in celebration of the mathematical constant “pi” (π). "Pi" represents the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter and has a numerical value of roughly 3.14159. No matter how big or small the circle, “pi” will always remain the same.

Ask the Dietitian

Do you have unanswered general nutrition questions about the gluten-free diet and lifestyle? Our dietitian is happy to answer your general nutrition questions about celiac disease. Please submit questions that are applicable to a general gluten-free audience. We regret that personal clinical questions (medical history, labs, supplements, etc.) cannot be addressed. Time

Celiac Disease and Gluten Free in the News

Here is a Practical Review of the Impact of Celiac Disease on the Patient by Johannah Ruddy and Kate Scarlata.The American Chemical Society reports that a more healthful gluten-free flour may be made from sweet potatoes.A research letter published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology stated that

Around the Nation

Featured EventsDenver Celiacs at Nuggets game Join the Denver Celiacs to watch the Denver Nuggets take on the Brooklyn Nets on March 12th, 2023. Before the game, there will be a gluten free catered meal located at the club level starting at 11:30 AM. Click here to learn more and

Participate in a research survey

I am a doctoral student living with celiac disease. I am working on my doctoral research project though A.T. Still University, and I need your help. The goal of my study is to understand the effects of living in rural or in urban areas, along with other traits, for individuals

Legacy Giving

A legacy gift or bequest is a lasting investment in the National Celiac Association, advancing our mission and ensuring our ability to provide education, advocacy, and support for people with celiac disease, their families, and their community as we have for 30 years.If you would like to learn more about