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Gluten-Free Recipes

A slice of cheesecake with a strawberry on top.Impossibly Easy Cheesecake

Looking for a sweet treat to brighten your summer? Look no further than this gluten-free cheesecake recipe! Customize it with different fruit toppings or by adding chocolate into the mix.

A bowl of dal makhani.Dal Makhani (Indian lentils)

Looking for a delicious Indian recipe? Try this gluten-free, vegetarian dish, full of protein and flavor! Serve with basmati rice for a full meal.

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

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Get Involved in Research


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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Experts Seek Global Allergy Labeling, Revised Top Allergens List

Food allergen labeling will be at the forefront of a meeting of international experts seeking to standardize allergy advisories about cross-contact. The current “may contain” or “made in a facility” allergen statements on packaged foods often exasperate shoppers. They are neither defined nor regulated, so it’s impossible to know what they mean. Learn more about what is expected to come from the meeting.

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