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Gluten — a protein naturally found in wheat, rye and barley — lurks in foods and other products you’d never suspect. Get tips from our dietitian on how to avoid gluten and how to make sure your gluten-free diet is truly healthy.
These fudgy black bean brownies are gluten-free and higher in protein than your average brownie. So you don’t have to feel guilty at all about whipping up a batch!
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Most people diagnosed with celiac disease nowadays are adults, but children can and do get it. Children who do not achieve the growth expected for their age, or who have certain digestive symptoms, may be tested for it.
While there is a genetic component to celiac disease, research suggests that it can develop in people at any age. A celiac disease specialist explains.
Studies have found that people with a parent, sibling or child who has celiac disease are at an elevated risk of developing the disease themselves.