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         Celiac Disease:     more books (101)
  1. Celiac Disease (Revised and Updated Edition): A Hidden Epidemic by Peter H.r. Green, Rory Jones, 2010-01-01
  2. Celiac Disease For Dummies by Ian Blumer MD, Crowe, 2010-03-23
  3. The First Year: Celiac Disease and Living Gluten-Free: An Essential Guide for the Newly Diagnosed by Jules E. Dowler Shepard, 2008-12-02
  4. Kids with Celiac Disease : A Family Guide to Raising Happy, Healthy, Gluten-Free Children by Danna Korn, 2001-02
  5. Celiac Disease: Safe/Unsafe Food List and Essential Information On Living With A Gluten Free Diet by Jaqui Karr C.S.N., 2010-07-25
  6. Tell Me What to Eat If I Have Celiac Disease: Nutrition You Can Live With by Kimberly A. Tessmer, 2009-05-20
  7. Celiac Disease: A Guide to Living with Gluten Intolerance by RN Sylvia Llewelyn Bower, 2006-10-01
  8. Management of Celiac Disease by S.V. Haas; M.P. Haas, 1951
  9. 100 Questions&Answers About Celiac Disease And Sprue: A Lahey Clinic Guide (100 Questions & Answers About) by David L. Burns, 2007-10-10
  10. Real Life with Celiac Disease by Melinda Dennis, Daniel Leffler, 2010-09-01
  11. A Personal Touch On... Celiac Disease (The #1 Misdiagnosed Intestinal Disorder) by Berlin, 2004-05-15
  12. Celiac Disease Nutrition Guide, Second Edition by Tricia Thompson, 2006-07-14
  13. Fast Facts: Celiac Disease by Geoffrey Holmes, Carlo, M.D. Catassi, et all 2009-09-30

1. Don Wiss's Web Site Collection (mostly Gluten-free)
Cover menu for all web sites put up by Don Wiss. Most of them are glutenfree. A definitive list of Net sites on celiac disease/gluten intolerance, and the gluten-free diet These are common
Don Wiss's Web Site Collection
Link Pages:
  • The Gluten-Free Page . A definitive list of Net sites on celiac disease/gluten intolerance, and the gluten-free diet. It is annotated. - Annotated list of all the gluten-free food vendors. - A page of annotated links to sites for the Paleolithic Diet, also called the caveman or a hunter/gatherer diet. It is gluten and dairy free. My favorite page. - A page of annotated links to sites on foraging and ethnobotony. Foraging can be done anywhere. Don't miss the sub-page on Clams and Clamming (which can't be done everywhere). - A page of many annotated links to sites for people wishing to avoid dairy products for health or other reasons. Examples are lactose maldigestion, milk allergy, milk protein intolerance, casein intolerance, and the vegan diet.

2. Celiac Disease And Gluten-free Diet Support Center At
celiac disease and gluten free diet information and support, including glutenfree recipes, wheat-free recipes for people with gluten intolerance or wheat allergy. gluten-free diets due to celiac
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Celiac Disease and Gluten-free Diet Support Center at provides important resources and information for people on gluten-free diets due to celiac disease, gluten intolerance, dermatitis herpetiformis, wheat allergy, or other health reasons. offers key gluten and wheat-free on-line resources that are helpful to anyone with special dietary needs. Our purpose is to raise celiac disease awareness, and to provide people who have it with enough information to get diagnosed and treated so that they can begin to lead more comfortable and healthy lives. Celiac disease , also known as gluten intolerance, is a genetic disorder that affects 1 in 133 Americans. Symptoms of celiac disease can range from the classic features, such as diarrhea, weight loss, and malnutrition, to latent symptoms such as isolated nutrient deficiencies but no gastrointestinal symptoms. The disease mostly affects people of European (especially Northern European) descent, but recent studies show that it also affects Hispanic, Black and Asian populations as well . Those affected suffer damage to the villi (shortening and villous flattening) in the lamina propria and crypt regions of their intestines when they eat specific food-grain antigens (toxic amino acid sequences) that are found in wheat, rye, and barley

celiac disease Foundation is your online source of information regarding celiac disease and Dermatitis Herpetiformis. support, information and assistance to people affected by celiac disease/Dermatitis Herpetiformis (CD/DH). role in the formation of the celiac disease Standardization Group (CDSG).
May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month June 26-27, 2004
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Celiac Disease Foundation
13251 Ventura Blvd. #1
Studio City, Ca. 91604 Phone Fax Email
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Website by: Fork Creative Choose from the list Make a donation to CDF Become a Member Renew my Membership Learn more about Celiac Disease Look at books on Celiac Disease Find a Support Group Send CDF an email La informacion espanola
CDF provides support, information and assistance to people affected by Celiac Disease/Dermatitis Herpetiformis (CD/DH). CDF increases awareness among the general public. CDF works closely with health care professionals, pharmaceutical and medical industries. This cooperative effort puts CDF at the forefront of CD/DH care and research, helping us to aid and benefit those affected.

4. Celiac Sprue
celiac disease. Dermatitis Herpetiformis. GlutenFree Diet. About CSA. CD in the News. Conferences. Awareness Advocacy. Donations. Guest Book. Library Series. Local Units. Materials Order Forms. Membership. News Releases. Recipes. Research. En Español
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Celiacs Helping Celiacs ***** Celiac Disease Science Fair Project Takes 1st Place*****
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"No W BRO" is the Way to Go! (That's No W heat, B arley, R ye, or O ats) CSA is a member-based, 501(c)(3) non-profit support organization dedicated to helping individuals with celiac disease (CD) and dermatitis herpetiformis (DH) and their families worldwide through information, education and research. CELIAC DISEASE SCIENCE FAIR PROJECT TAKES 1ST PLACE Click here for details SENATE PASSES FOOD ALLERGEN BILL BY UNANIMOUS CONSENT On the evening of March 8, 2004 the Food Allergen Bill was passed by unanimous consent in the Senate.

5. Celiac Disease And Gluten-free Diet Support Center At
celiac disease and gluten free diet information and support, including glutenfree recipes, wheat-free recipes for people with gluten intolerance or wheat

6. InteliHealth: Bowel
InteliHealth, Johns Hopkins Health Information. This page describes symptoms and treatment and also describes the atrisk groups who may develop this disorder.,IHW|~st,8270|

7. (Oats And Celiac Disease / Gluten Intolerance) is your online source of information regarding celiac disease and the gluten-free diet. Contact Oats and celiac disease / Gluten Intolerance.

May is celiac disease Awareness Month. 5.1.2004, June 2627, 2004 Tee Off for celiac disease Foundation. celiac disease Foundation 13251 Ventura Blvd.

9. Gluten Free Foods Online. Your Celiac Disease Diet Source. The Gluten-Free Pantr
Gluten free and wheatfree foods, cooking equipment, cookbooks for celiac disease, autism and wheat allergy diets. Includes recipes for download.
NEW Catalog Released
Our latest catalog has just been released and is packed with new products and recipes.
Download our latest catalog...

Gluten-Free Pantry Frozen Products
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Earn Money with our Affiliate Program
Do you have a Celiac, gluten-free or related website? You can generate revenue via site referrals.

American Celiac Task Force
and Food Allergy Labeling Reform Find out how you can help... UPDATE: The ACTF's online advocacy site broke the 10,000 letter mark! On Wednesday, Feb. 18, ACTF members briefed House and Senate staff. In addition to providing Gluten-Free Pantry goodies for the briefing, Beth Hillson met with health and legislative staffers for Reps. Nancy Johnson, and Chris Shays, of Connecticut To monitor the bill's status

10. CDF - Celiac Disease Foundation
celiac disease Foundation is your online source of information regarding celiac disease and Dermatitis Herpetiformis. celiac disease.

11. Celiac Disease And Gluten Sensitivity
celiac disease and Gluten Sensitivity. By Carol E. Semrad, M. D. celiac disease, also referred to as celiac sprue, is an inflammatory condition of the small intestine third and fourth decades). However celiac disease can begin anytime in life
Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity
By Carol E. Semrad, M. D.
Cause of celiac disease
There are two important factors that contribute to the development of celiac disease:
The ingestion of wheat
The "Coeliac Affection" was first reported by Gee in 1888, however it was not until 1950 that wheat was proposed to be the cause of celiac disease. The evidence was based on the observation of a Dutch physician named Dicke who noted during World War II, a time when wheat grains were scarce in Holland, that children with celiac disease who had otherwise failed to thrive improved on a wheat-poor diet. Since then the large water-insoluble protein, gluten, present in wheat has been identified as the offending substance. Extraction of gluten with alcohol has further narrowed activity to smaller proline-rich proteins called gliadins which are capable of precipitating disease in previously asymptomatic celiacs. Analogous proteins exist in other grains such as rye, barley and oats and therefore these grains are also capable of exacerbating celiac disease. The specific peptide sequence of the gliadins responsible for triggering intestinal inflammation has not yet been identified.
The genetic background of the individual
Celiac disease runs in families. First degree relatives of individuals with celiac disease may or may not manifest symptoms of the disease. Predisposition to gluten sensitivity has been mapped to the major histocompatibility (MHC) D region on chromosome 6. The most important HLA haplotype is DQw2 which is often in linkage with DR3. Other important HLA haplotypes identified are DR7 and DPB 1, 3, 4.1 and 4.2. The sites on these MHC class 2 expressed proteins responsible for interacting with gliadin and host T cell receptors thereby sensitizing the intestine to gluten have not been identified.

12. MedlinePlus Celiac Disease
celiac disease. Printerfriendly version, E-mail this page to a friend. Search MEDLINE for recent research articles on • celiac disease.

13. Celiac Disease
Support and information for Celiacs

14. CELIAC (Celiac/Coeliac Wheat/Gluten-Free List)
The definitive source and original Mailing List of information on celiac disease/gluten intolerance, and the glutenfree diet. What is celiac disease and the GF Diet Roman physician, described childhood and adult celiac disease. In 1888, Samuel Gee described celiac disease in Britain
Celiac/Coeliac, Dermatitis Herpetiformis (DH), Wheat/Gluten-Free
Select a topic for additional details What's New at this Site Status of St Johns List What is Celiac Disease and the GF Diet Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) ... Posts from our Experts
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What is Celiac Disease and the Gluten-Free Diet
The CELIAC (Celiac/Coeliac Wheat/Gluten-Free List) is open, unmoderated discussion for those interested in celiac disease (coeliac sprue), dermatitis herpetiformis, gluten intolerance, wheat allergy, and co-incident intolerances, such as casein or lactose intolerance. The List's discussions include the latest scientific research (written for the layperson); information on what food is gluten free and what is not; tips on how to eat out of the house, how to cope issues, including coping with the developmental delays and behavioral changes sometimes brought on or aggravated by gluten (Autism, Asperger's, Attention Deficit, etc.); recipes and tips on how to cook; and where to find gluten free food by mail-order. Celiac disease (CD) is used to reference the general requirement to avoid gluten in the diet. The terms replaced are: celiac sprue, coeliac disease, dermatitis herpetiformis (DH), and gluten sensitive enteropathy (GSE). Diseases that can be associated with celiac disease include lactose intolerance, dermatitis herpetiformis, insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM), systemic lupus erythematosus, thyroid disease, and autoimmune disorders. Except for direct quotations and medical reference to a disease, CD is the universal term used. Outside the US, the term is often spelled as

15. MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia Celiac Disease - Sprue
celiac disease sprue. Definition Return to top. celiac disease is an inherited, autoimmune disease. The lining of the small intestine

16. Celiac Disease And Gluten Sensitivity
celiac disease and Gluten Sensitivity. By Carol E. Semrad, MD. celiac disease, also referred symptoms in most patients. Cause of celiac disease.

17. Allergy Information
A guide to allergies and allergic conditions such as asthma, hay fever and celiac disease.
Allergy and Health information
Y ou can find the information on Allergies and allergic reactions such as
Asthma, Hay Fever and Allergic Rhinitis, Ear Infections (otitis media),
Celiac Disease (allergy to gluten) and more here
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18. Disease Information
celiac disease A Guide for Children and Their Families Roman physician, described childhood and adult celiac disease. In 1888, Samuel Gee described celiac disease in Britain
A Guide for Children and Their Families
The following information is intended solely for educational purposes and not as medical advice. It is not a substitute for care by a trained medical provider. For advice about celiac disease, consult a physician. Prepared by the Joint Ad Hoc Committee on Patient Information of The Patient Care Committees of the Association of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition Nurses (APGNN) and the North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition (NASPGHAN)
Stuart S. Kaufman, M.D., Robert A. Cannon, M.D., Laura Ernst Beerman, R.D., Alan M. Lake, M.D., Rosemary J. Young, B.S.N.
Illustrations by Kimberly J. Whitlow
Acknowledgements to Dr. Leon Rottmann and Elaine Hartsook for continued encouragement and support of this project.
Edited for electronic transmission by Richard B. Colletti, M.D. (11/95) History of Celiac Disease
Glossary of Terms

Celiac Disease: What it is, What Causes it, How it Affects People

Diagnosis of Celiac Disease
Food Companies
Antibodies: Substances made by the immune system that recognize and combine with foreign materials (antigens) that have gotten into the body. Antibodies are one part of the body's natural defense against invasion by germs and other potentially harmful substances.

19. Don Wiss S Web Site Collection (mostly Gluten-free)
A definitive list of Net sites on celiac disease/gluten intolerance, and the glutenfree diet. These are common misdiagnoses for undiagnosed celiac disease

20. North Idaho Allergy Asthma And Immunology Center
Medical evaluation and management of hayfever, dust mite, pet, food, drug, and latex allergies, atopic dermatitis, eczema, celiac disease, asthma, sinusitis, and immune deficiencies. Find patient education, the services offered and staff details.

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