Celiac

Similarities to irritable bowel syndrome

According to medical journals irritable bowel syndrome is the most common of all bowel disorders. (Affecting 15% of the population). Also according to the medical journals the condition has a poor response to treatment. It has similar symptoms to celiac disease and is often the initial diagnosis being a condition …

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Childrens Gluten Free Tips

These are some of our best gluten free tips for children. Birthday parties. When your child is invited to a birthday party it is important that they are able to join in the birthday meal and not appear to be different from the other children. Telephone the party host to …

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Coeliac Disease in Children

Coeliac disease is very hard to identify in children. Intollerance to gluten can exhibit itself at any age although very young babies will not have been exposed to gluten if breast-fed or given quality manufactured baby foods, hence coeliac and disorder will not be observed. Once the child has started …

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Kids Gluten Free Tips

These tips are aimed at kids and helping them to have a normal but gluten free life. Include older siblings. If you have a child who needs to eat gluten free consider this a challenge for the whole family rather than just that child. If they have an older sibling …

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Wheat Allergy Or Wheat Intollerance

Often people confuse coeliac condition, a wheat intollerance with wheat allergy and they are really talking of two separate things as we will describe below. People with coeliac condition need to maintain a gluten free diet, gluten is commonly found in wheat and hence they have an intollerance to gluten …

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Gluten Free Action Plan

If you want to remove gluten from your diet, perhaps because you have been diagnosed with coeliac disease, then you need a gluten free action plan to ensure that your goals can be achieved. Before outlining the elements of your plan we would first advise you to be positive and …

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Gluten Free Products

Gluten Free Products are the lifeline for Celiacs who need to live gluten free and avoid gluten in their regular diet. Gluten is a protein present in some common grains such as wheat, oats and rye and it is also frequently hidden in elements of pre-processed foods. In previous years …

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Hidden Gluten

If you have been recently diagnosed with a coeliac condition you know that you must now attempt to exclude gluten from all of your meals. This can be harder than it seems as gluten likes to play the game of hide and seek with you and there could be hidden …

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Coeliac Condition Two Adults Story

I am a mother with a coeliac child ? she was diagnosed with the condition over 8 years ago; and we?ve settled into a routine at home, school, church, eating out and on holidays and cope with her gluten-free diet very well. During the past 2 months, two mums at …

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Coeliac Diagnosis

Coeliac Diagnosis is notoriously hard to confirm as the symptoms of gluten intolerance vary in severity from person to person. In addition, knowledge of coeliac disease varies from doctor to doctor with the occasional missed diagnoses including being labelled as irritable bowel syndrome or a weak constitution. This difficulty in …

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