celiac disease

5.13.19

A Writer With Celiac Tried to 'Disappear,' Was Tracked Via Gluten-Free Pizza

Revisiting a journalist's stunt disappearance that ended because of a pizza order—and doled out a $5,000 reward.

4.12.18

13 Gluten-Free Desserts that Actually Taste Good

Guess what? Not all gluten-free desserts taste like soggy cardboard.

3.13.18

A Common Food Brought on This Woman’s Psychosis

“She did not conform to any known psychiatric illness.”

1.24.18

Party City Pulls Ad That Calls Gluten-Free People 'Gross'

The retailer has since apologized for a commercial some perceived to be "insensitive."

11.11.17

How-To: Make Gluten-Free Onion Rings with Chris Kronner

Chris Kronner of San Francisco's Kronnerburger updates a classic deep-fried recipe with his gluten-free onion rings.

9.12.17

Restaurants Can Be Hell for People with Food Allergies

Everyone should be able to order without getting shade from a server or spending a night in the ER.

Advertisement
5.10.17

More Evidence That You Should Be Eating Gluten

Unless you have celiac.

9.7.16

Want Gluten-Free Food? You’ll Need a Doctor’s Note at this Restaurant

The new policy came into effect after a customer asked for gluten-free pancakes but was not able to back up her request with a medical justification.

8.21.16

Study Suggests that Your Birthday and Hometown Can Affect Your Risk of Being Celiac

A Swedish study published in the Archives of Disease in Childhood found that the season during which you were born—and where your hometown falls on a map—can influence your risk of being celiac.

8.10.16

The Cure for Gluten Intolerance Could Live Inside These Bug-Eating Plants

These carnivorous plants melt bugs with natural enzymes that could be harnessed to break down gluten.

7.28.16

Science Now Shows Why Wheat Really Does Make a Lot of People Feel Like Crap

A new study published in the journal 'Gut' (great name) found a biological explanation for why some people may experience discomfort when eating foods containing wheat, rye, or barley, a condition that until now has baffled researchers.

0102