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celiac

[′sēl·ē‚ak]
(anatomy)
Of, in, or pertaining to the abdominal cavity.
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As a celiac disease sufferer, I know first hand the challenges that our customers face in making confident choices about food and beverages," said Terry Michaelson, CEO of Craft Brew Alliance, makers of Omission Beer.
Celiac disease is a genetic autoimmune disorder characterized by a heightened sensitivity to gluten, the protein in wheat, barley and rye.
This two-month study followed a group of healthy celiacs.
1 like helping other celiacs realize that you can still eat all the foods other people eat with a little extra effort," says Linnaea.
Long misdiagnosed, due to a lack of education, new studies suggest that up to one in 133 people are afflicted with celiac disease.
Few doctors think to diagnose the symptoms - including sudden weight loss, unexplained low blood count, diarrhea or constipation, infertility in women - as celiac disease.
In honor of National Celiac Disease Awareness Month in May, Mary's Gone Crackers, makers of gourmet gluten-free foods, and the Celiac Disease Foundation (CDF) have released a list of 10 ways to help promote awareness of the disease.
New findings from a nationwide survey co-sponsored by the Celiac Sprue Association (CSA) and Enjoy Life Foods, suggest that gluten may be only one of many foods that influences the health of people with this condition.
If left untreated, celiac can lead to other autoimmune conditions, malnourishment, fertility complications, and even cancer.
This October, VanLoozenoord and Tennison join other celiacs in celebrating National Celiac Disease month.
Celiac Disease (CD) is a gluten intolerance enteropathy caused by a permanent intolerance to gluten and specifically to its protein fragment known as gliadin.
com site include the business-to-business section where retail stores can buy directly off the site, a message-board where Celiacs can interact online, and a Recipe Network where customers can exchange and post recipes.