Celiac Studies Archives - Page 2 of 8 - Celiac Disease
Jan 27 2012

NFCA Conducting Study on Gluten in Medications

Do you find it difficult to determine whether or not your medication is gluten-free?  Does your pharmacist look at you like you are crazy when you ask about gluten?  As much publicity as gluten has been getting in the food industry, it hasn’t been getting nearly the same amount in the drug industry. The National […]

Jan 7 2012

Bakery on Main Announces $20,000 in Celiac Donations

Bakery on Main has been around since late 2003.  They started out by making gluten-free granola and expanded from there.  Today they have a great product line that includes granola, instant oatmeal, and various types of granola bars.  We all know that gluten-free products typically cost more than their gluten-filled counterparts, right?  A lot of […]

Oct 6 2011

Does Celiac Increase the Likelihood of Depression and Suicide?

Celiac disease can present itself with many different symptoms and can affect different areas of our body.  A new study conducted in Sweeden looked at the risk of suicide for individuals with celiac disease and amongst individuals where the small intestinal biopsy showed no villous atrophy.  The study looked at 29,083 individuals diagnosed with celiac disease;13,263 […]

Sep 27 2011

Study Looks at Celiac Disease Antibodies in Children on a Gluten-Free Diet

A new study published in the September 2011 issue of Pediatrics looked at the celiac disease specific antibodies in children on a gluten-free diet. The study aimed to determine what happens to the anti-TG2 and EMA antibodies in children after starting a gluten-free diet. In a retrospective multicenter study conducted in the Netherlands between 2001 and […]

Sep 2 2011

Unexplained Infertility Linked to Undiagnosed Celiac Disease

The May-June 2011 issue of The Journal of Reproductive Medicine published a study where 191 females with unexplained fertility were evaluated to find the prevalence of undiagnosed celiac disease and unexplained infertility. Each participant underwent standard screening for infertility as well as serological testing for celiac disease. Out of the 188 females who completed the […]