- Diabetes (from the Practical Gastroenterology series)
The association between Celiac Disease and Type 1 Diabetes is highly documented throughout literature. This article reviews nutrition recommendations for diabetes management by the American Diabetes Association for healthy meal planning, carbohydrate counting, glycemic index, and tips for transitioning to a gluten-free, diabetic meal plan.
Celiac Disease is now recognized as a common cause of osteoporosis. This document prepared by the CCA’s Professional Advisory Board outlines the connection between Celiac Disease, the gluten free diet and osteoporosis.
- Renal Failure (from the Practical Gastroenterology series)
Although rare, Celiac and Kidney Disease have been reported in the same individual. This article reviews renal dietary guidelines and provides suggestions on how to combine these guidelines with the management of Celiac Disease.
- Cardiovascular Disease (from the Practical Gastroenterology series)
This article presents practical information for applying heart healthy principles to a gluten free diet.
- Liver Abnormalities
This review article focuses on the association between Celiac Disease, liver abnormalities and special considerations in diagnosis and treatment. This article also highlights research findings indicating individuals with Celiac Disease have a high incidence of non-response to standard Hepatitis B vaccinations, for consideration in patient follow-up. The Liver in Celiac Disease. By Alberto Rubio-Tapia and Joseph A. Murray (Hepatology 2007;46:1650-1658.)