May is celiac awareness month, but at NCA we help people and raise awareness every day of the year. We are the warm hug and the shoulder to cry on while offering encouraging direction to individuals and families. We answer the phone weekdays providing information and guidance to people in
Do you have unanswered general nutrition questions about the gluten-free diet and lifestyle? Our dietitians are 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
Researchers at Mass General Hospital for Children found novel genes and pathways in CD. Here is an article about having to eat gluten in order to test for celiac disease. Mass General researchers developed a "mini gut" model to study autoimmune responses. Some tips for "picky eaters" with celiac disease
Have you been diagnosed with celiac disease and are between the ages of 18 and 70? You may be eligible to take part in Phase II clinical research trial at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center if you are willing to strictly follow the gluten-free diet, are symptom free and can
Gluten-Free Watchdog will provide four Calls to Action for Celiac Awareness month. Watch her first one now. Did you catch the Good Morning America coverage of the recent study highlighting concerns when eating out? This podcast discusses elusive symptoms of celiac disease.
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BIG NEWS THIS MONTH! NCA is proud to have helped develop the language of a Bill proposed to the Congressional floor on April 3, 2019. H.R. 2074, The Gluten in Medicine Disclosure Act of 2019 was introduced by Representatives Tim Ryan (D-OH) and Tom Cole (R-OK). If passed, this Bill will