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Beyond Celiac: Celiac Disease in the News

Welcome to Celiac Disease in the News, your one-stop-shop for all the gluten-free news you can use. Beyond Celiac is bringing you updates on all things related to celiac disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity ('gluten sensitivity') and the gluten-free diet in one convenient location.

02/16/2009

NFCA 'Athletes for Awareness' Meet Michael Danke

NFCA 'Athletes for Awareness' tracks standout sportspersons who prove that having celiac disease can't stop you from succeding on any athletic stage! Meet Michael Danke, marathon runner who's long battle to recieve a diagnosis ingited his passion to spread celiac awareness.

02/16/2009

NFCA 'Athlete for Awareness' Meet Sarah Jane Kenyon

NFCA 'Athletes for Awareness' tracks standout sportspersons who prove that having celiac disease can't stop you from succeding on any athletic stage! Sarah Jane Kenyon is a member of the LPGA tour and has joined NFCA as an official spokesperson!

02/11/2009

GREAT Program Trained Z Pizza Franchise wins Industry Honors

GREAT Program participant ZPizza recently received the honor of Pizza Industry Enterprise (PIE) Award Winner for 2008 and recognized as the top pizza pizza chain by PMQ’s Pizza Magazine. PMQ’s Pizza Magazine is the industry’s leading business magazine, and announced the 2008 (PIE) Award Winner in its November/December issue.

02/09/2009

NFCA 'Athletes for Awareness'- Meet AJ Clemens

NFCA 'Athletes for Awareness' tracks standout sportspersons who prove that having celiac disease can't stop you from succeding on any athletic stage! Meet NFCA 'Athlete for Awareness' AJ Clemens, a high school student student athlete who spends 4 months a year attending Waterville Valley Ski Academy in New Hampshire. At Waterville, AJ receives intensive training and races competitively in slalom, giant slalom and downhill events.

02/09/2009

NFCA ‘Athletes for Awareness’- meet Bill Mulroy

NFCA 'Athletes for Awareness' tracks standout sportspersons who prove that having celiac disease can't stop you from succeding on any athletic stage! Meet NFCA 'Athlete for Awareness' Bill Mulroy, a cyclist who competes in both road and mountain race events.

02/07/2009

Study co-authored by NFCA Advisory board member published in Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition.

NFCA Scientific/Medical Advisory Board member, Dr. Ritu Verma, co-authored an important study featured in the Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, February 2009 edition. The article, entitled “Bone Mineral Content Deficits of the Spine and Whole Body Children at Time of Diagnosis With Celiac Disease”. was the product of a University of Pennsylvania study which identified a lack of spinal bone mineral content in children diagnosed with celiac disease.

02/04/2009

NFCA Representing Gluten-Free at Premiere National Culinary Industry Event

The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) will make its case for increasing the availability and accessibility of gluten -free foods at the 2009 Research Chefs Association (RCA) Culinology® Expo, to be held in Dallas, Texas. The foundation aims to make a huge impact on over 200 culinary industry organizations represented at the Expo as they present, ‘Rolling out a Gluten-Free Menu or Product’ on Saturday, March 7th at 3PM.

02/01/2009

"GoPhila.com makes going out for a gluten-free meal easy"

Living up to its reputation as the first gluten-free celiac friendly city in America, Philadelphia’s official visitor website, www.gophila.com , has launched a listing of premier area restaurants offering gluten-free menus featured prominently on the site’s food and dining section. All listed restaurants have partnered with the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) in promoting delicious gluten-free food.

01/30/2009

NFCA staff speaks to Lancaster Area Celiacs

NFCA director of operations Nancy Ginter was the headlining presenter at the January 26th Lancaster Area Celiacs support group meeting held at Lancaster General Hospital. For almost 100 members of the local celiac community, the presentation addressed general information on celiac disease, and thegrowing gluten-free marketplace. Nancy also discussed NFCA's programs for raising awareness and driving diagnosis and encouraged attendees to join in NFCA’s efforts through volunteering and participation in NFCA programs and events.

01/14/2009

The Monday Meet-Up

NFCA is kicking off 2009 with the introduction of an exciting new series of events, the Monday Meet-up! We invite you to join us for a delicious dinner at one of the Philadelphia area's premier restaurants.

01/14/2009

NFCA Hosts Awareness Night with Philadelphia 76ers

Come support a great team and a great cause! The Philadelphia 76ers will host a Celiac Awareness Night on Friday, April 10, 2009 as they take on Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Join NFCA and area celiac groups for great time!

01/06/2009

NFCA earns admission into 13th International Coeliac Disease Symposium

The NFCA is both thrilled and humbled by the acceptance of its abstract submission entitled, “Gluten-Free Cooking Sprees: An innovative approach to promoting awareness and diagnosis of celiac disease”into the 13th annual International Coeliac Disease Symposium (ICDS). NFCA president Alice Bast will have the tremendous honor of presenting the entire study during the event to be held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, from April 6th-8th 2009. NFCA’s abstract will be showcased alongside 350 presentations slated for the symposium’s program.

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