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Gluten-Free Recipes

Sliced bread.Irish Soda Bread

Try your hand at making bread for St. Patrick’s day. It’s delicious served warm with jam or butter, but it’s also great paired with a hearty stew or soup.


A bowl of cheese crackers. Cheese Crackers

You only need five ingredients to make the best ever gluten-free cheese crackers that taste like a name-brand treat! They’re exactly what a cracker should be: crunchy and salty.

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

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Survey Opportunity from a PhD Student

I am a doctoral student living with celiac disease. I am working on my doctoral research project, and I need your help. The goal of my study is to understand the effects of living in rural or in urban areas, along with other traits, for individuals with celiac disease. If we are better able to understand the effects of geographic location, we can help medical professionals identify those with celiac disease who may need extra support. Would you like to help contribute to the knowledge about those with celiac disease to increase patient care?

Participants must be:

  • Over the age of 18
  • Have a medical diagnosis of celiac disease
  • Have a current address in the United States

If you fit these requirements and are interested in helping, please take the 5-minute survey.

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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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Allergic Living Spotlight

Food Allergies: Hot Tips For Kissing Safely

According to pediatric allergist Dr. Scott Sicherer, studies show that between 5 and 12 percent of food-allergic individuals will experience a reaction from kissing. Here’s how to romance and move on to kissing, with only the right kind of reaction.

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