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Celiac disease

Celiac sprue
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Overview

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Trusted Medical Sites

Mayo Clinic A website that provides disease symptoms and treatment information.
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Celiac Disease Symptoms Checklist
Added By: Beyond Celiac
Added On: Jun 11, 2019
Category: General
While the symptoms of celiac disease vary, suffering from any of these symptoms — especially over a period of time — may indicate that you should ask your doctor for the celiac disease blood test.
Clinical Trials Finder
Added By: Beyond Celiac
Added On: Jun 11, 2019
Category: General
The Beyond Celiac Clinical Trials finder can help you find clinical trials and research studies that you can participate in.
Step by Step Guide to Reading Labels
Added By: Beyond Celiac
Added On: Jun 11, 2019
Category: General
While label reading can seem overwhelming at first, you’ll become confident over time. Download the Beyond Celiac Step by Step Guide to Reading Gluten-Free Labels to help you navigate the supermarket shelves.
Getting Started Guide
Added By: Beyond Celiac
Added On: Jun 11, 2019
Category: General
The Getting Started Guide contains essential information and resources for both those newly diagnosed with celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity (‘gluten sensitivity’) and those looking to better manage their gluten-free diet.