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

Update on Daniel and his family

Thanks to everyone who inquired about how to help little 2 year old Daniel and his family. A wonderful couple in New Hampshire stepped forward to be the family’s U.S. sponsor and the U.S. government approved authorized travel. Monday, Kateryna reports a missile hit a warehouse four kilometers from their house

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

Celiac Disease and Gluten Free in the News

GF Watchdog shares more insightful news from the FDA about soy sauce based on FOIA requests. Learn more here.Corrine Kahn, who became deaf in her 30s, tells the story of her family and celiac disease here.  We promise you'll laugh along with her!A gluten-free baker competed on the Halloween Cookie

Around the Nation

Upcoming Featured EventsROCK Virtual Meet Up: Have your elementary-aged kiddo(s) join this unique meet-up run by NCA ROCK volunteer, Erica Peltz. It’s the perfect way to show your little loved one that they are NOT alone in dealing with celiac disease or a gluten-related condition. Upcoming meetings will take place

White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health

by Carla Carter, OTR/L President Biden presented the National Strategy on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health during the last week of September, which culminated on the 28th during a day-long conference on how to end hunger, and improve nutrition and health for our nation by 2030. “It’s been more than 50

“Bob Levy” in Memoriam June 17, 1942 – May 17, 2022

By Alessio Fasano Robert Allen “Bob” Levy was a passionate advocate who fought for the rights of people with celiac disease decades before the words “gluten-free” entered the lexicon. His first passion was creating—and especially eating—gourmet, gluten-free food, and the Baltimore Orioles came a close second. My favorite memories of

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