Increase in Celiac Disease In Babies And Toddlers in Sweden

Research is being done to try to determine WHY there has been an increase of Celiac Disease in children under two years of age in Sweden. Was it immunizations, diet or genetics? Between 1984 and 1996,Celiac Disease in Sweden increased … Continue reading

A Vaccine in the making for Celiac Disease

In March, 2012 there was an article in the READER’S DIGEST with information regarding the development of a vaccine which would provide a tolerance to gluten. The vaccine, however, would only be effective in Celiacs with a specific genetic form … Continue reading

Children diagnosed with celiac disease tend to have low bone density

Kids suffering from celiac disease should include certain must-have vitamins in their diets to prevent weak bones and osteoporosis, according to researchers at the University of Alberta. A study of 43 children and teens from three to 18 years of … Continue reading

Can Immunotherapy build up your tolerance for gluten?

Celiac disease culprits found CBC News, Thursday, July 22, 2010 Researchers discovered gluten was an environmental cause of celiac disease 60 years ago. In a study, 244 people with celiac disease in Australia and the United Kingdom ate bread, rye … Continue reading