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Synonyms for coeliac

of or in or belonging to the cavity of the abdomen


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18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Celiac Sprue Association (CSA), the largest non-profit celiac support group in America, today announced that Omission Beer has met stringent requirements for earning the organization's Recognition Seal.
At the end of our session, I gave Katherine an important homework assignment: Get tested for celiac disease.
At first glance, this study appears full of promise for celiacs, as well as those who are gluten intolerant.
One by one, Linnaea's family figured out that they all were celiacs, though they each reacted to gluten differently.
For someone suffering from celiac disease, also called celiac sprue or celiac enteropathy, all forms of gluten are toxic to the digestive system.
It wasn't until the fifth day of Danielle's stay at Childrens Hospital that doctors solved the mystery: She had celiac disease.
Gourmet Gluten-Free Snack Company and Non-Profit Support Organization Encourage Understanding of Celiac Disease with 10 Tips to Spread Awareness
CHICAGO -- On the occasion of Celiac Awareness Month, October 2002, new findings have been released from a survey of people suffering from this highly under-diagnosed condition.
Celiac, the autoimmune disease marked by a person's intolerance to the food protein gluten, was highlighted in the May 9th episode as a contributing factor in an infant's death and the mother's stomach cancer.
She, like other celiacs, has learned how to handle waiters who don't know what gluten is; to carefully scrutinize food labels for mysterious ingredients that indicate hidden gluten; or to prepare her own food with carefully selected, gluten-free ingredients that -- if not available at her local natural food store -- can be mail-ordered from a growing number of companies catering to gluten-free customers.
York Nutritional Laboratories has introduced to the US a simple, unique and revolutionary finger-stick rapid test kit designed to detect the antibodies associated with Celiac Disease and gluten intolerance.
With this new user friendly site, gone are the previous difficulties Celiacs had in obtaining fresh, frozen, or packaged gluten-free foods online.
CDF is looking forward to this partnership that will certainly help make more people aware of celiac disease and enhance the diet of diagnosed celiacs.
Now, celiacs don't have to eat separate foods anymore," said Bosking.
Gluten is toxic to celiacs because it damages the small intestine," explains Fenster, "allowing nutrients to pass through unabsorbed.