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The Psychological Side of Celiac

The latest episode of the Hold the Gluten Podcast includes an interview with Blair Raber, with the Celiac Disease Program at Children’s National Medical Center on their efforts to address the psychological impact of a celiac disease diagnosis. Any diagnosis of a chronic disease carries a psychological toll, but since food is so deeply interwoven […]

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Celiac & Autoimmune Diseases

I’ve been looking at some of the other videos by Dr. Vikki Petersen and noticed this one. As an autoimmune disease, celiac makes you more vulnerable to other autoimmune diseases. I also have had canker sores inside my mouth frequently for a very long time now. I never thought much about them before. I guess […]

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What Is Celiac Disease?

Update 10/12/2009: The Gluten-Free Doctor has posted just about as comprehensive a list as I can imagine of the possible symptoms of celiac disease. Given that I often have and will refer to celiac disease on this blog, I realized I should write a post that explains the disease. I know that prior to my […]

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Not the Fast I’ve Chosen – Epilogue

This series has barely managed to scratch the surface of many different and often deep topics. I never intended it to deeply cover everything in depth, but rather to lay the groundwork for my focus on this particular subject on this blog. I’m sure I will visit and revisit many of the topics touched on […]

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