Celiac.com has launched its newest publication: "Journal of Gluten Sensitivity," edited by Dr. Ron Hoggan. This new publication has a long and respected history under its original title "Scott-Free Newsletter," which includes 28 issues since 2002 that have reached tens of thousands of subscribers.
If you notice your child acting unresponsive to her name right away, self-absorbed, or fixated on little things, or if she demonstrates extended tantrums, or acts out at home or in class, she could be diagnosed with autism, Asperger’s Syndrome or ADHD. ADHD stands for Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
Many people with celiac disease find that they need additional support in order to maintain a gluten-free diet. Luckily, there are many outstanding celiac disease and gluten free support groups that can help provide moral support and practical advice. Here are the major support groups in the USA.
For those suffering from Celiac Disease, avoiding wheat and other glutens in our society can be maddening. I don’t mean to overplay this fact, but, the eternal vigilance of Celiac Disease sufferers certainly deserve respect.