Food Allergies

Digestive Health

One in 133 Americans has celiac disease, an autoimmune disease that damages the small intestine and causes nutrition deficiencies. People with celiac disease can't tolerate gluten, and the only treatment for those who are diagnosed with gluten intolerance or celiac disease is to maintain a strict gluten-free diet.

Explore this collection of articles and tips for more information related to a gluten-free diet and food allergies. These articles and tools offer hands-on advice to anyone aiming to following a gluten-free diet.

Are Food Allergies on the Rise?

Are Food Allergies on the Rise?

Some theories on the increased prevalence of allergies.
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Who Else is Coming to Dinner

Who Else is Coming to Dinner

How to Cook for People with Special Diets.
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What They Can Eat

What They Can Eat

Following this can help you prepare a meal for someone with food allergies or other special eating needs.
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How to Eat Around Allergies

How to Eat Around Allergies

What to serve when there's nothing they can eat more.
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