Celiac Disease and Gluten: Facts Fiction and Controversies

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Celiac disease is an inflammatory autoimmune disorder of the small intestine triggered by gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye and barley. With symptoms that vary from person to person, it’s a disease that often remains undiagnosed. Join Martin Kagnoff, one of the country’s leading authorities in Celiac disease research, Kimberly Newton, a pediatric gastroenterologist, and dietitian Shawna McNally for a detailed discussion about the disease and its many misconceptions. Series: “Celiac Disease ” [1/2011] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 19658]

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8 Comments

  1. thepixieful

    untreated for decades, I am soooooo Happy now, do not miss it. takes awhile to adjust the diet. good sites on line with many many recipes. corn and beans and cilantro with tomatoes is great can make an avocado boat……..nice food. goes? with steak too if you like meat.

  2. thepixieful

    has changed my? life, I thought all meals for decades were followed by pain. be well.

  3. Randah12

    Thank you , it is so useful information , Could I have a cope for this powerpoint please ????

  4. AngieHalten

    Excellent? information!

  5. maytezendejas

    Thank you,? this is very helpful. I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease a year and a half ago and it has been difficult to understand my disease.
    I was able to be at your conference and I am glad that I have access to this video and listen to it as many times as I want.

  6. BaronCreel

    @moneyman10k Thank you.? I hate intros.

  7. moneyman10k

    Shawna McNally is very expert. ? Very impressed

  8. moneyman10k

    Martin Kagnoff “Essential? Basics Everyone Should Know” start: 5:35
    Kimberly Newton “Celiac Disease and Children: Facts, Fiction, and Controversies” start: 23:15
    Shawna McNally “Gluten Free Diet: Do you have the facts?” start: 39:40

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