Demystifying Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity for Celiac Disease Awareness Month

Demystifying Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity for Celiac Disease Awareness Month

May marks the Celiac Disease Foundation’s recognition of Celiac Disease Awareness Month and—while it is not necessarily an occasion for raucous celebration—this month offers an important opportunity to shine a light on this somewhat-complicated autoimmune disease and some of the mysteries that surround it for those who may be experiencing symptoms. One mystery, in particular, […]

Nocebo Effect May Cause Gluten Sensitivity [Video]

Nocebo Effect May Cause Gluten Sensitivity [Video]

People who claim themselves to be gluten sensitive or intolerant may not really have celiac disease. Instead, they may be experiencing a nocebo effect, which may be a cause for their gluten sensitivity perception. A recent study published in Nutrition in Clinical Practice examined who is more likely to diagnose themselves to have nonceliac gluten […]