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Synonyms for coeliac

of or in or belonging to the cavity of the abdomen


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Coeliac disease causes an abnormal immune reaction to gluten, a dietary protein found in wheat and other cereals.
First pizza delivery company to launch pizza suitable for coeliacs -
Nairn's gluten free oats are reliably sourced and farmed by a family of coeliacs, plus all of Nairn's gluten free products are made in a separate bakery and are accredited by Coeliac UK, making them safe, healthy and tasty.
What is considered a treat to most had turned into a chore for the Calderdale and Huddersfield Coeliac Group, who had never been able to find a cafe that could cater for their digestive condition.
She added: "Communion is ingested into the gut and can have an adverse effect on coeliacs.
Coeliacs really have to stick to their diet strenuously, and it's so hard when you take into account going out for dinner, going round to friends' houses or even tucking into a naughty ready meal or takeaway after a long day at work.
In speaking publicly about the condition, Djokovic has become the world's most famous coeliac, and living proof that sufferers cannot only lead relatively normal lives but can excel.
The event, hosted by the Coventry Coeliac Group, runs from 2pm - 4pm and forms part of National Coeliac Awareness Week.
ACATERERS in Italy are wising up to coeliac disease, which affects one in 100 people.
Diagnosed aged three with coeliac disease - an auto-immune problem caused by an intolerance to gluten - she has to avoid many common everyday staples, including those that most children like best.
There are 50,000 people in the UK who are confirmed coeliacs, with a further 6,000 diagnosed each year.
My mother is a coeliac with hypersensitivity to gluten and therefore she is totally unable to have any grains, including oats which some coeliacs can actually have.
Human trials of the pill are now planned, starting later this year in coeliacs and in diabetics in early 2006.