How do you get tested for celiac disease, and how do you know for sure that your are getting quality testing? Do you need to be tested even if you don’t have symptoms of celiac disease? The answers to these important questions may change your life, since they could be the keys to your health and well-being.
Celiac disease damages the lining in the small intestine and prevents it from absorbing nutrients from food. Watch highlights from Dr. Todd Sheer’s Health Matters presentation and find out who is affected by celiac disease, how it’s diagnosed and how it is treated.
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The words gluten-free and celiac disease seem to be all over the media these days, but what exactly is celiac disease? How is it diagnosed? And how do you treat it? Recently, Dr. Todd Sheer, ADC gastroenterologist, spoke on KXAN’s weekend morning show to answer these questions and more.
It’s time to wrap up blueberry month. We found this very flavorful and healthy recipe from the Gluten Free Goddess. Blueberries, strawberries, watermelon and baby salad greens make for a refreshing meal or side dish on a hot summer day!