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Gluten-Free Recipes

A bowl of penne pasta with vegetables.Spring Vegetables and Pancetta with Quinoa Penne

Spring has sprung! Take advantage of in-season vegetables to make this penne with spring vegetables and pancetta. Eat it warm, or pack it in a cooler and eat it at a Mother’s Day picnic.


A plate of empanadas.Empanadas

An empanada is a fried or baked hand pie, common across Latin and South America. Try this gluten-free recipe for lunch or dinner, or make enough to share as appetizers as your next get-together.

This recipe is courtesy of our friends at Gluten-Free Palate.

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Get Involved in Research

West Virginia University Celiac Study

Do you have a child aged 10-17 with celiac disease? At West Virginia University, we are conducting a survey study to learn more about your child’s experience with celiac disease! The goal of this study is to understand the way your child copes with their symptoms and dietary restrictions with the desire to create a behavioral treatment to address mental health concerns and improve adherence to the gluten-free diet.

We estimate that the study will take about 30 minutes for you to complete with your child. Some questions will be for you to complete and some will be for your child. You will receive a $20 gift card for your participation. If you have any questions, please email our study team at [email protected] Thank you so much!

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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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Antidote Survey

We’re writing to share that Beyond Celiac, Antidote, and SCORR Marketing are conducting a survey to learn what people who have been affected by celiac disease think about clinical research, and we’d love to have your input. By answering these questions, you can help us make clinical trial participation easier for those who would like to take part.

Survey participation will take about 20 minutes; your individual answers will remain confidential, and we will publicly share only the combined, overall results.

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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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Applications Open for the 2023 Beyond Celiac–SSCD Early Career Research Grant

Beyond Celiac is excited to announce the launch of our 2023 Beyond Celiac–Society for the Study of Celiac Disease Early Career Research Grant Award! This grant is designed to support early-career researchers who are committed to advancing the understanding of celiac disease and finding innovative ways to improve the lives of those affected by this serious autoimmune disease.

We believe that investing in the next generation of researchers is critical to driving progress in celiac disease research. Our hope is that this grant will not only support celiac science but also inspire and empower the next generation of celiac researchers.

Learn More and Apply

Allergic Living Spotlight

Living the College Football Dream – with Food Allergy, Celiac, EoE

His whole life he’s navigated health issues: food allergies, eosinophilic esophagitis, celiac disease, asthma, reactive hypoglycemia. But Pete Schuh refused to let any health issue stand in his way. Today, the unstoppable 19-year-old is living out the dream of a lifetime: playing college football.

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