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Gluten-Free Recipes

A slice of creamy apple tart on a plate. Creamy Apple Tart

Welcome autumn and apple season with this creamy apple tart, similar to an apple cheesecake. We recommend using a crisp apple, like Granny Smith, but try experimenting with other varieties if you like a sweeter treat!

A pan of fajitas ingredients.Flank Steak Fajitas with Salsa and Guacamole

Hispanic Heritage Month starts September 15. Celebrate by diving into the world of Hispanic cuisine! Most dishes are gluten-free, with a base of corn flour rather than wheat. These fajitas are no different!

This recipe is courtesy of Chef Simon Clarke and Allergic Living.

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Participants are needed for the ILLUMINATE-062 Study, which is looking at the safety and effectiveness of an investigational medication designed to break down gluten in the stomach compared with placebo in those with celiac disease who are on a gluten-free diet. The study will evaluate how well the investigational medication reduces celiac-related symptoms and intestinal damage due to gluten exposure.

Participants who have been diagnosed with celiac, which was confirmed by a biopsy, and have been on a gluten-free diet for at least 12 months are needed. Study-related care is provided at no cost and a travel stipend may be provided.

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Still experiencing celiac disease symptoms despite your gluten-free diet? This phase 2 clinical trial is testing the investigational medication PRV-015 in combination with a gluten-free diet for ongoing celiac disease symptoms.

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Gut Microbiome Flaws Linked to Allergies from Food to Eczema

A study has linked the development in kids of any of food allergy, asthma, eczema and rhinitis to a common factor—an unbalanced gut microbiome.

Researchers have long been intrigued by the gut microbiome in the development of allergic diseases. But this Canadian study is unique in identifying a common origin in infancy across the four separate allergic diseases.

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