Celiac Disease and Dermatology: Did Gluten Cause this Rash? webinar

Celiac Disease and Dermatology: Did Gluten Cause this Rash? Join the National Celiac Association (NCA) and the Harvard Medical School Celiac Research Program for a discussion on celiac disease and dermatology. The second webinar in our “Ask the Experts: All Things Celiac” Fall 2021 series will be held on Wednesday, October

GF Halloween

It is very important to check that all Halloween treats are gluten free before your GF child (or you!) consume them. Sometimes candies are not individually labeled with ingredients so you may want to check a GF Halloween Candy List:  We also wanted to give you some fun and alternative

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.This month's

Celiac Disease and Gluten Free in the News

The Society for the Study of Celiac Disease released this position statement on gaps and opportunities in celiac disease. The conclusion states, "Overall, we remain confident that research breakthroughs in the near term have the potential to greatly improve clinical care in coeliac disease and facilitate innovations across autoimmunity. However,

Product Recalls and Alerts

Chocolate and the Chip Bakery ProductsChocolate and the Chip of Los Angeles, CA is recalling various flavors including chocolate chip cookies, cookie bundt cakes and rice crispy treats because they may contain undeclared wheat, milk, soy, and tree nuts. Cookies, bundt cakes and rice crispy treats were distributed locally in

CD-PREG Study Enrolling Now

A study team at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center led by Dr. Amelie Therrien is conducting a study that aims to observe, understand and determine the frequency of celiac-related symptoms and the impact on the quality of life in patients living with celiac disease during their pregnancy and the postpartum

Around the Nation

National Virtual Support MeetingVirtual support group meetings are hosted by NCA. These meetings, open to all, will be held from 7 to 8 pm Eastern Time on the second Tuesday of each month. Join for open conversation about gluten-free living! The next meeting will take place on Tuesday, November 9th.

Important Legislative Efforts Need YOUR Support

Two major legislative actions are taking place RIGHT NOW that need YOUR SUPPORT:Food Labeling Modernization Act (FLMA) of 2021The Food Labeling Modernization Act (FLMA) of 2021 was introduced on August 3 by representatives Pallone and DeLauro, and Senators Blumenthal, Whitehouse, and Markey into the House and Senate (H.R. 4917/S.2594). Pertinent

Be Celiac Safe Whether You Eat In Or Dine Out

If you or someone in your family has celiac disease, you know the importance of eating a strict gluten-free diet.  Likely, and unfortunately, at some point you have eaten in a restaurant or possibly at home and got sick from the food. When you dine out, you are trusting the

NCA Membership and Answers to FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions about Memberships When is my membership due to renew? Visit the Member Area of the NCA website by logging in at https://nationalceliac.org/my-account/ If you have an automatically renewing membership, click on the Subscription tab of the Account Dashboard to see when your membership is scheduled to renew next.