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Who said it was easy living gluten-free! For many of us it can be complicated, isolating and expensive. NCA is a critical part of people's lives as they struggle living with a chronic disease. We continue to increase our programs for people with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity. Membership dues

Delicious Gluten-Free Thanksgiving

Thinking about Thanksgiving and how to make it a safe Gluten-Free one? Click here for recipes and tips with an easy to follow timeline from NCA Executive Director Lee Graham. Here are some recipes for Thanksgiving leftovers.

Ask the Dietitian Latest Answers

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

Celiac and Gluten-Free in the News

MSN provides an update on the Nexvax2 vaccine here. Live Science describes how the vaccine works here. A diabetes vaccine may follow from the research put into creating the Nexvax2 vaccine. Click here to read about this.

Win a Cookbook!

Cookbook author Lucie Cote Contente has donated two books, Gluten and Gluten Free Cooking in Perfect Harmony and Gluten and Gluten Free Cooking in Perfect Harmony Take 2. After Lucie was diagnosed with celiac disease, she wrote these books to help people so their journey into gluten-free wouldn't be as

Survey participants needed for study through INCITE at Columbia University

A study conducted through INCITE at Columbia University is looking for parents with a biological child ages 3-12 years old living in the United States to participate in a short research survey. The purpose of the study is to better understand factors associated with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity. Responses from

Participate in a clinical trial

A new clinical trial is being conducted at Massachusetts General Hospital and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.This study is being done in patients with celiac disease to find markers in the blood and changes in the intestine in response to gluten exposure, after a patient has been eating gluten free

NCA Member Benefits

By joining NCA or renewing your membership, you support our mission to educate and advocate for individuals with celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivities, their families, and communities throughout the nation. Your membership also helps us to provide important resources to those not yet diagnosed with celiac disease. We Provide education and