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Dating with celiac disease doesn’t read like a romantic novel

A new survey reveals dating difficulty for those who have celiac disease. One in five said the overall dating experience is not enjoyable. Nearly 40 percent are uncomfortable on a date when they have to explain their need for gluten-free food to restaurant servers. Nearly 30 percent take risks when eating and eight percent have eaten gluten knowingly


Talking turkey about celiac disease and tryptophan

An international study suggests that tryptophan, an amino acid present in high amounts in turkey, when combined with probiotics, may help those with celiac disease heal and better respond to a gluten-free diet.

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