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Gluten-Free Recipes

A bowl of buffalo chicken dip. Buffalo Wing Party Dip

This dip is the perfect dish to bring to any Super Bowl party! Have it with crackers, chips, or celery sticks, if you’re looking to eat more vegetables. Make sure to set aside some for yourself—whatever you bring will be gone by the end of the night!

A plate of egg rolls.Egg Rolls

Egg rolls are a staple of American-Chinese food. This recipe provides a gluten-free alternative to the traditional wheat flour wrap, but doesn’t sacrifice any of the taste!

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

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LILY Study 

The LILY study is a celiac disease study that will measure the safety of the study medication, DONQ52, at targeting an immune complex known to cause celiac disease symptoms. There is no gluten challenge in this study. You may be compensated for time and travel.

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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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What Am I Doing Wrong?’ When Celiac Symptoms Persist

 In a study published in the journal Gastroenterology, even on the gluten-free diet, more than half of celiac patients remained symptomatic up to five years after being diagnosed. Indeed, many still had the same symptoms that prompted them to seek a diagnosis in the first place.

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