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A photograph taken at a restaurant at dusk. There are people sitting at the tables, but there is also a table in the middle that is empty - awaiting the next guests to arrive. It reminds me of the buzzy energy before sitting down to a meal to share with people.

Watch // Glutened: short film captures the experiences of Celiac disease

  The Gluten-free diet is no joke. Especially not to someone who has been diagnosed with Celiac disease. A diagnosis comes with a steep learning curve, where individuals are left scrambling to quickly learn as much as they can about food items that surround them—items they likely previously took for granted. Suddenly, all your usual …

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Gluten-free diet is expensive, socially challenging for those with celiac disease and wheat allergy

  This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article. Natalie Diane Riediger, University of Manitoba and Anne Katherine Anderson Waugh, University of Manitoba There are many reasons why someone would follow a gluten-free diet. People who have a gluten-related disorder such as the autoimmune condition celiac disease, …

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The high costs of the gluten-free diet

There are physical, emotional, and financial implications to going gluten-free. While a diagnosis of Celiac disease, followed by strict adherence to the gluten-free diet, aims to improve physical health, gluten-free living comes with some hidden (and some not-so-hidden) costs. There is a significant financial cost to managing and maintaining a strict gluten-free diet; the gluten-free …

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