Our family’s gluten-free adventure began in 2003 when our son turned two and began to have a myriad of unpleasant issues. Ok, I know you are all going to laugh and say there is no such thing as a perfect two-year-old and I get that, but this was way more than just your typical two’s. I stayed home with my beautiful new
Celiac disease prevents the body from digesting gluten, typically found in wheat, barley, rye and sometime oats. Those with celiac disease have a higher likelihood of managing other autoimmune conditions alongside celiac, such as rheumatoid arthritis, Type 1 diabetes, lupus and Addison's Disease. This section covers tips for managing celiac with pregnancy, breastfeeding and the challenges of celiac's coexistence with other autoimmune conditions.