Celiac Disease or Food Allergies? 

Though many people confuse celiac disease and wheat intolerance, there is a distinct difference between celiac disease and food allergies.

A person may be allergic to wheat but not have their small intestine react the way it does with celiac disease. The digestive disease often causes serious complications if left untreated.

Food allergies pose equally troublesome side effects that sometimes have fatal consequences if ignored.

Learn the difference between these conditions; read on below!

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Gluten Free Alternatives for Your Everyday Life

Going gluten free all the rage, and might be considered a fad. However, for people diagnosed with celiac disease, removing the infamous and villainous protein is a necessity.

With the public awareness of gluten higher than ever, many gluten free alternatives to American diet staples have made their way to grocery store shelves and restaurant menus to meet market demand.

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What is Celiac Disease, Anyway?

Gluten free diets have been popular in the past few years. While some people who go gluten free are trying a fad, people who have celiac disease must adhere to a gluten free diet or risk becoming seriously ill.

In honor of Celiac Awareness Month, we are breaking down the basics on what Celiac Disease is and how it affects real people!

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