Medical Disorders
Resources
Basic InformationLookupsLatest News
AHA News: Lowering Blood Pressure May Prevent New Brain Lesions in Older PeopleBladder Drug Can Cause Eye Damage: StudyGood News, Bad News on Concussions in High School SportsSteroid Shots for Painful Joints May Make Matters WorseHealth Tip: Broken Toe CareChildhood Risk Factors Can Predict Adult ObesityHealth Tip: Gum Disease Risk FactorsPut Safety First When Planning to Pack Food-to-GoA Parent's Guide to Managing Kids' Asthma During the FallVision Problems Strike More Than 2 Billion GloballyLight Smoking Causes More Lung Damage Than Once Suspected: StudyHealth Tip: Choking First AidBy Mid-Century, Heat Waves Could Cover Far Bigger AreasGet Vaccinated Before Flu Takes Hold: CDCClose to 1,300 Cases of Vaping-Linked Illness Now IdentifiedMore Years of Football, Higher Odds for Brain Disease LaterPain Relief: When to Use Cold, When to Use HeatAHA News: High Triglycerides Caused a Diet Change – at Age 10Humans May Possess Ability to Regrow CartilageHealth Tip: Recognizing Bedbug Bites'Smartphone Slouching' More Serious Than It SoundsAHA News: What's Your Sense of Purpose? The Answer May Affect Your HealthDeep Brain Stimulation May Relieve Ringing in the Ears: StudyWhat Are the Risks of Pain Relief Alternatives to Opioids?Many ICU Admissions May Be Preventable, Large Study SuggestsCause of Paralyzing Illness in Kids Remains ElusiveFlu Season Is Coming: Here's How to Protect YourselfSinus Infections: What You Need to KnowFewer Teeth, Higher Risk of Heart Disease?Fungal Invasion May Drive Some Pancreatic CancersHealth Tip: Lowering Your Resting Heart RateCan Your Eating Habits Keep Alzheimer's at Bay?Prescription Opioids Linked to Poor Outcomes in Kidney PatientsCases of Serious Vaping-Linked Lung Injury Now Top 1,000Organic Chicken Less Likely to Harbor a Dangerous 'Superbug'Running the Numbers on High Blood PressureIs Partial Hip Replacement Often the Better Option?'Toxic Fumes' May Be Driving Vaping-Linked Lung Illnesses'Nerve-Release' Surgery Helped Ease One Man's Tough MigrainesCould Vitamin C Infusions Save Patients With Sepsis?Some May Be Vulnerable to Severe Skin Reaction While Using Gout DrugThree-Drug Inhaler May Be an Advance for Asthma PatientsCab Drivers Breathe in Way Too Much Smog'Alarming' Number of Lupus Patients Use Opioids for Pain: StudyChildhood TB Shot May Offer Long-Term Protection from Lung CancerMavyret Approved as 8-Week Treatment for Hep C, Compensated CirrhosisMany Americans With Rheumatic Disease Face Financial, Lifestyle PressuresRadiation for Head and Neck Cancer May Cause Problems Years LaterHealth Tip: Reducing EyestrainSticking to One Sport Could Up Injuries Among Teen Athletes
Questions and AnswersVideosLinksBook Reviews
Related Topics

Cancer
Men's Health
Women's Health

Health Tip: Living With Celiac Disease


HealthDay News
Updated: Jul 11th 2019

(HealthDay News) -- Celiac disease is an overactive immune system disorder affecting about 1 in 100 people worldwide, says the Celiac Disease Foundation.

People with celiac disease may well damage their intestines by eating foods that contain gluten. Currently, the only treatment is a strict gluten-free diet.

Foods with wheat, rye or barley -- such as breads and beer -- must be avoided. Naturally gluten-free foods include fruits, vegetables, meat, poultry, seafood, dairy, beans, legumes and nuts.

For people with celiac disease, it is extremely important to always read nutrition labels. Some processed foods, such as dried fruit, can contain gluten.




Facebook

Amazon Smile

To quit smoking, call Connecticut QuitLine at 1-800-QUIT-NOW.

Children and Adult services are available now with no wait time.  Please contact HBH Intake Department at 860-548-0101, option 2.

 


powered by centersite dot net