Invisible Illness: Look Beyond the Surface


#60ForCeliac Video | Fast Facts | Blogger Force | eCookbook | Events

What if everyone you know took 60 seconds to learn more about celiac disease? And what if that 1 minute was enough to help others see that celiac disease is real, even if its effects can't always be seen on the surface?

This Celiac Awareness Month, we're on a mission to show people the faces of invisible illness, and how it impacts your lives each and every day. 

Here's How You Can Raise Celiac Disease Awareness in 60 Seconds 

In just 60 seconds, you can show people the realities of living with celiac disease. Here's what you do: 

  1. Watch the video above. 
  2. Share it with your friends and family on social media. Ask them to take #60ForCeliac and watch the video to learn what it's like to live with a serious genetic autoimmune disease. 

Giveaway! You could win a swag bag from Beyond Celiac by sharing the video on your social media channels and using the hashtag #60ForCeliac. 

Keep the Awareness Going! 

You can still raise celiac disease awareness even after you share the video! Throughout May and beyond, you can share these infographics on social media, e-mail them to your friends, coworkers and family, or even print them and leave them at your doctor's office, pharmacy, school, restaurant...the possibilities are endless! Be sure to use the hashtag #60ForCeliac when you share.

Fast Facts about Celiac Disease

Fast Facts about Celiac Disease 

Share this infographic to give others a general overview of celiac disease. Let them know it's a serious genetic autoimmune disease, not part of the latest diet trend! Click the picture for the full size, shareable version.


Invisible Illness Infographic Preview


Invisible Illness 

It's hard to live with a condition that no one can see. Just because "you don't look sick," doesn't mean that you aren't. Show people what it's like to walk in your shoes by sharing this infographic. Click the picture for the full size, shareable version.



Psychosocial Impacts of Celiac DiseasePsychosocial Impacts of Celiac Disease 

It sounds like a mouthful, but this infographic of the Psychosocial Impacts of Celiac Disease shows just how many areas of life are impacted by living with a serious genetic autoimmune disease. Click the picture for the full size, shareable version.


Celiac Awareness Month Blogger Force: Support Those Who Support You 

Beyond Celiac Blogger Force
The celiac disease community is lucky to have bloggers that advocate for gluten-free needs and help people navigate the gluten-free diet. Show them some love this Celiac Awareness Month by following their pages! 
Meet them here.


Free eCookbook Featuring Over 30 Gluten-Free Recipes 

Celiac Awareness Month eCookbook



It wouldn't be Celiac Awareness Month without our signature eCookbook to celebrate the month! Download your copy here.



Upcoming Events 

30 Days of Periscope with Gluten Away and Celiac and the Beast
May 1-31, 2016

Fork and Leaves
Erica Dermer from Celiac and the Beast and and Taylor Miller of Gluten Away will be doing a Periscope video every day of the month on a different gluten-free topic for the entirety of MaySee the topic line up here and follow @CeliacAndTheBeast and @GlutenAway on Periscope. 




Make a difference! Support our free programs and services by donating $30 (or any amount!) to Beyond Celiac. With the support of a generous donor, we'll double each donation - making a $30 gift $60ForCeliac

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Complete our Celiac Disease Symptoms Checklist today to find out if you could have celiac disease and how to talk to your doctor about getting tested.


May is Celiac Awareness Month.
Stay tuned to see what we have in store for raising awareness in 2016!