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Celiac stories part two

Celiac awareness month is in May but really, it should be all year round. So many people still do not know about this disease which can affect everything from the brain to the skin. You can test negative for celiac disease and still have it (your antibodies may not have been elevated that day) or […]

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Celiac disease is more common than you think

These are the stories of celiac disease: “…(she)¬†started to complain of tummy aches often.¬† Sometimes she would get them a few days in a row, then sometimes we wouldn’t hear about them for weeks.” “…when I first started having the mysterious and very itchy rash.” “Her symptoms were stomach aches, although not as bad as […]

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Nadine Grzeskowiak

Interview with The Gluten-Free RN: Why you might have celiac disease but don’t know it

May is celiac disease awareness month. But really, we should be aware of it all year long. Why? Many people think they couldn’t possibly have celiac disease. Below (after the quiz; get ready!) is an interview with Nadine Grzeskowiak, also known as the Gluten-Free RN. I can tell you from personal experience that her knowledge […]

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