Individuals with Celiac are at Increased Risk of Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease compared to the General Population, according to study

Researchers from the United States and Sweden conducted a population-based cohort study and based on study results have concluded individuals with celiac disease are at increased risk of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease compared to the general population. CONCLUSION: (posted on PubMed.com) “Individuals with celiac disease are at increased risk of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease compared to the general […] read more

On February 10th, 2015, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Celiac Disease may explain fertility problems, according to Indian researchers

  “Celiac disease may be at the root of some women’s problems with infertility, Indian researchers say. While there are many more common causes of infertility, the study suggests that women who don’t have a ready explanation for their failure to conceive should be screened for celiac disease, said Dr. Govind Makharia, a professor at All India institute […] read more

On February 7th, 2015, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Celiac Disease Among UK Kids Has Tripled, according to new study

As reported on Time.com, over the last 20 years, celiac disease has tripled among children in the United Kingdom, a new study shows. “The new data, published in the journal Archives of Disease in Childhood, shows that while 1% of all kids in the U.K. have blood markers for the disease, there are socioeconomic disparities among who gets […] read more

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Differences in the Prevalence of Celiac Disease in the US Population by Race: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) 2009-2012

The following study abstract was listed on PubMed.com (dated January 11, 2015):   Title:  Racial Differences in the Prevalence of Celiac Disease in the US Population: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) 2009-2012.     AIM: To provide an estimate of the prevalence of celiac disease by race/ethnic origin in large sample of US […] read more

On January 22nd, 2015, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Baby’s age at gluten exposure does not affect risk for developing Celiac, according to recent studies

In the below article featured on Reuters.com on Monday, January 19th, 2015, a  recent study has shown that timing of gluten introduction to babies does not affect their risk of developing Celiac Disease.   (Reuters) – The age at which babies are introduced to foods with gluten doesn’t affect their risk of developing celiac disease, […] read more

On January 21st, 2015, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

MillerCoors Will Launch Gluten-Free Beer ‘Coors Peak Copper Lager’ in Seattle and Portland February 2015

MillerCoors will begin marketing a “naturally gluten free” version of Coors called Coors Peak Copper Lager which will be sold in Seattle and Portland, according to an article on adage.com. “In an email, MillerCoors described Coors Peak as a “light to medium-bodied crisp copper lager” with a “malty, slight caramel profile offset by subtly spicy hops and […] read more

On January 14th, 2015, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Pizza Hut Debuts Gluten-Free Pizza in January, 2015

January 13, 2015 12:03 PM Eastern Standard Time PLANO, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Pizza Hut, the world’s largest pizza company, is changing the game for the gluten-free community by launching Gluten-Free Pizzas through a partnership with Udi’s Gluten Free (Udi’s) and the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG). “This is a great day for the gluten-free consumer” Beginning January 26, […] read more

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University of Oslo Researchers Use Mass Spectrometry to Characterize Gluten Peptide Binding in HLAs Linked to Celiac Disease

“NEW YORK(GenomeWeb) –University of Oslo researchers have used mass spectrometry to characterize the gluten peptide binding motifs of human leukocyte antigen (HLA) types associated with celiac disease. Detailed in a paper published last month in Immunogenetics, the study provides basic scientific insights into processes underlying celiac disease and could also prove useful in developing therapies for the disease, […] read more

On January 8th, 2015, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Paleo Treats! Decadent & Delish Desserts (Paleo, Certified Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free) – Review

Paleo Treats! Decadent & Delish Desserts (Paleo, Certified Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free) – Review

  “ …  at its simplest, Paleo is a return to the basics—it is the human diet that works with our genetics, not against it” (paleomagonline.com)   We are delighted to welcome Paleo Treats as a CeliacCorner sponsor and even more excited to introduce you to their line of healthy desserts created with all natural, clean […] read more

On December 11th, 2014, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Associations Between Celiac (Coeliac) Disease and Type 1 Diabetes

  As reported on Medscape.com, Swedish researchers set out to examine the prevalence of celiac (coeliac) disease in people with type 1 diabetes. The researchers reviewed articles published in PubMed Medline between  2000 and May of 2014. Search terms included ‘celiac disease’ or ‘coeliac disease’ and ‘diabetes mellitus’. Conclusions of study:  More than one in twenty […] read more

On December 5th, 2014, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Large UK study shows no link between celiac disease and fertility problems

As reported in www.obgynnews.com, researchers from the United Kingdom conducted a population-based study involving more than 2.4 million women between 1990 and 2013. Their results indicated “with the exception of those diagnosed between the age of 25 and 29 years*” women with celiac disease are not at an increased risk for fertility issues. VITALS Key […] read more

On December 2nd, 2014, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Living as a Teen with Celiac Disease (guest post by Sema Dibooglu)

  I am a Celiac teen who blogs about awesome recipes, ideas, and gluten-free fun. Diagnosed a long time ago, you could say I’m a natural at reading labels. I do it by instinct, not even thinking about it. I’ve also become accustomed to speaking with the chefs and going through a menu several times to […] read more

On December 2nd, 2014, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

New clue in celiac disease puzzle: Cause of oat toxicity explained

According to an article titled “New clue in celiac disease puzzle: Cause of oat toxicity explained” featured on Medicalxpress.com, researchers in Australia have identified key components in oats that trigger an immune response in some people diagnosed with Celiac Disease. “Researchers from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, Monash University and US biotechnology company ImmusanT, […] read more

On November 19th, 2014, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University Unveils Video Campaign at 13th Anniversary Gala to Demonstrate the Severity of Celiac Disease for Patients

“NEW YORK, November 14, 2014 / PR Newswire / — The Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University, the premier center for celiac disease research and treatment, unveiled the I Didn’t Know video campaign, offering an inside look at the serious impact of celiac disease on patients at the 13th Anniversary gala on November 13th in New York City. The series chronicles […] read more

On November 15th, 2014, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Meet our Featured Food Blogger: Audrey Snowe, Cookbook Author and Founder of the Blog, Gluten-Free Vegan Love

Audrey shares a recipe for:  Pumpkin Bread (Vegan, Gluten-free & Refined Sugar-free)  Hi I’m Audrey Snowe, a gluten-free vegan blogger, book author, and baker for whom creating desserts is more than a passion! My head is always filled with some idea of a treat or another. I can’t explain why – that’s just how I’ve […] read more

On November 11th, 2014, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Bishops to discuss Celiac Disease & Sacraments at November Conference in Baltimore

According to Catholicnewsagency.com The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops will be meeting on November 10th through 13th for it’s annual fall General Assembly. Among other topics, the Bishops will discuss the possible update of a 1995 document relating to those with Celiac Disease or gluten sensitivity who are enable to partake in the celebration of […] read more

On November 8th, 2014, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Non-gluten Proteins and their Role in Celiac Disease

It is known that people with Celiac Disease (CD) react to major storage proteins (gliadins & glutenin) in wheat (& proteins in barley & rye). These ‘gluten’ proteins make up about 75 percent of all the proteins in wheat. Scientists have now discovered there may be other ‘non-gluten’ proteins in wheat that people with CD […] read more

On November 6th, 2014, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

No increased risk of cancer death with celiac disease, according to UK Researchers

According to research out of the United Kingdom, by 10 years after a diagnosis of Celiac Disease (CD) people with CD do not have an increased risk of dying from cancer or heart issues, and only have a “very small” increase in risk of dying from non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, according to a new study. (Reuters Health) “People […] read more

On November 4th, 2014, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Two Therapeutic Treatment Drugs for Celiac Disease Appear to be on Equal Footing for a Release Date

There are several therapeutic treatments in the works to treat Celiac Disease. According to research presented at the recent United European Gastroenterology Week (EUGW) held in October in Vienna, Austria, Alba/Teva’s Larazotide Acetate and Alvine/AbbVie’s Latiglutenase, may enter the marketing simultaneously. Per article written by Abhilok Garg, Ph.D, an analyst with GlobalData, Larazotide Acetate is […] read more

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People with Celiac Disease More Likely to Fracture Bones, per Review by Finland & UK Researchers

  Researchers from the University of Tampere and Seinäjoki Central Hospital in Finland, and the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom, analyzed various studies which compared the incidence of bone fractures among people with and without a celiac disease (CD) diagnosis. From the article featured on uk.reuters.com: “People diagnosed with celiac disease are almost twice as […] read more

On October 30th, 2014, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by