Breakthrough research in 2011 revealed that celiac disease is just one piece in a spectrum of gluten-related disorders. If you think you or a loved one may have one of these conditions find out more.
The diagnosis of celiac disease, wheat allergy, and other gluten-related disorders can begin with a blood test. Learn more about the diagnostic process for each condition.
Those on a gluten-free diet must avoid all foods containing wheat, barley, rye, and ingredients that are by-products of these grains. Get an overview of the basic facts to get you started.
Sometimes the journey to celiac disease diagnosis is long and fraught with multiple trips to the doctor, misdiagnoses, non-diagnoses and frustration. See the story of one patient's long road to diagnosis.
Hear a panel of expert physicians give a comprehensive overview of celiac disease symptoms, testing, comorbid conditions, and life after diagnosis.
Could your symptoms be caused by celiac disease? The first step to diagnosis is a blood test. Talk to your healthcare provider about whether testing for celiac disease is right for you.