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Gluten-Free Recipes

a glass of strawberry and meringue dessert.Strawberry and Meringue Dessert (Eton Mess)

A light and sweet treat is just what we need to welcome summer! This is a simple recipe that is easily customizable and can look quite fancy when served in an elegant glass. You can try making your own gluten-free meringue according to the recipe, or buy them online to save time. 

A platter with two sloppy joes.Sloppy Joes

Sloppy Joes are an American classic and a great option for a summer potluck. A loose mixture of beef, tomato sauce and onions all on a soft bun makes for a delectable (and yes, somewhat messy) dish!

This recipe was provided courtesy of our friends at the Gluten-Free Palate.

Ad for Jones Dairy Farm, reads, "all natural sausage from Jones. Now in larger, resealable bags! Available in pork, turkey, and chicken."

Trivia Question of the Month

QUESTION: When is International Celiac Disease Awareness Day?

ANSWER: International Celiac Awareness Day is May 16. Did you know that we celebrate this day with a joint awareness project called Shine a Light? On May 16, landmarks across the world will light up green to raise awareness of celiac disease. Learn more. 

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An ad for Little Northern Bakehouse. Reads, "Gluten-free goodness from our kitchen to yours."

Research Roundup

What Do You Think About Treatments for Celiac Disease? Take Our Survey!

Beyond Celiac is interested in what people with celiac disease may want from treatments beyond the gluten-free diet and what kinds of clinical trials they would be willing to participate in. If you’re 18 or older, please fill out our short survey (less than 10 minutes) to help us better understand our community’s thoughts and preferences. 

When Blood Tests Suggest Celiac Disease, One Third of Patients Don’t Get Appropriate Follow-Up Testing

Nearly one in three people who have positive blood tests for celiac disease don’t go on to get the endoscopy and biopsy that confirms a celiac disease diagnosis, according to new research by Beyond Celiac.

Random Screening of Children Leads to Celiac Disease Diagnosis and Better Health

Children who most likely would not have been diagnosed with celiac disease had they not been randomly screened for the condition showed important health-related improvements after diagnosis and one year on the gluten-free diet.

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Our Celiac Awareness Month efforts are possible thanks to our CAM sponsor, Takeda. Thank you for your support!

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