Celiac Symposium Goes Virtual! NCA and the Celiac Research Program at Harvard Medical School are co-hosting a 75-minute virtual meeting every month from September through December 2020. Speakers will present on selected topics for 60 minutes, followed by a 15-minute question-and-answer period. All meetings will begin at 1 pm Eastern Time. CEUs pending
NCA supports the Medical Nutrition Therapy Act of 2020 and encourages YOU to as well! Write, call or email your Congressional leaders to co-sponsor and support the passage of this important Bill that will amend “…the Social Security Act to provide Medicare Part B coverage of outpatient MNT for prediabetes,
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
A recent study found that early introduction to gluten may reduce the risk of developing celiac disease. Learn more about this study published in JAMA. Science Daily also covered this. This study found people with celiac disease do not have an increased risk of contracting COVID-19. The Celiac Disease Genomic
Cooking Gluten-Free with Demonstrations and Holiday Inspirations: On October 22nd, Denise Herrera, Executive Chef and VP of Food and Beverage for Burtons Grill, will share cooking skills and tips on using gluten-free bread products to create holiday food favorites, including crab-stuffed mushrooms, versatile soup stock and herbed croutons, holiday gravy,
What's Happening Near You? Find an Event: Many of our events have gone virtual. Please visit our Events Page and contact the organizer before heading out to any in person events. Virtual Support Meetings: Virtual support group meetings hosted by NCA Resource People through Big Y Foods, Inc. will be held from
Schiff Digestive Advantage Lactose Defense Formula is labeled no added gluten but contains an enzyme cultivated on growth media containing wheat. Click here to learn more about this. Note: The FDA has recently stated that media used to grow bacteria that produces enzymes should be gluten-free prior to fermentation.