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For Press and Media

 Beyond Celiac is the leading trusted resource on celiac disease. We are available and qualified to speak to the press on a variety of topics including, but not limited to: 

  • Celiac disease as a serious genetic autoimmune disease
  • Celiac disease patient advocacy
  • Celiac disease and the family link 
  • Celiac disease research 
  • Gluten in cosmetics
  • Barriers to diagnosis
  • Personal experiences with celiac disease
  • Growth of the gluten-free market
  • Gluten-free labeling
  • Gluten-free fad diet vs. a medical necessity

For all media inquiries, contact Beyond Celiac Director of Communications and New Media Claire Baker at 215-325-1306 ext 111 or [email protected]

Celiac Disease Facts and Information

For more information on celiac disease and the gluten-free diet: 

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Download: Celiac Disease Informational Handout 
 

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Download: Gluten-Free Diet Informational Handout 
 

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Download: Fast Facts about Celiac Disease
 

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About Alice Bast, CEO of Beyond Celiac Click here to download Bast's head shots. 

 

Note: Prior to December 2015, Beyond Celiac was known as the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness. Learn more about the organization's name change here.

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