Celiac News Articles
Here are a few articles from past issues of Celiac News that are still useful references.
Dealing with a core element of religious practice creates a great deal of distress for many people with celiac disease.
One less thing to worry about – even the mould taken directly from the wheat-based dextrose culture had no detectable gluten.
Learn about gluten labelling in Canadian Cosmetic Products
Janet Dalziel offers suggestions for surviving at a typical summer event.
Learn about the original paper on dermatitis herpetiformis.
A final report from the CCA committee that worked with Revenue Canada.
by Suzanne Simpson, BaSC, BAH, RD (now at the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University)
by Quintin Wight, Ottawa Chapter
by Mavis Molloy, RDN, former member of the Professional Advisory Board of the CCA
Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s web site reporting on food safety recalls.
The purpose of this notice is to communicate labelling guidelines for natural health products containing sources of gluten as medicinal and/or non-medicinal ingredients. Labelling of gluten sources would enable consumers with celiac disease (CD) or wheat allergies to make an informed choice when purchasing or consuming natural health products and enable them to avoid gluten in quantities that may trigger an adverse reaction. …