Christine Boyd

Christine Boyd is a contributor to Living Without. She is a young mother with Celiac Disease, whose blogs will discuss finding safe food for her family, adjusting to the gluten free diet and lifestyle as well as gluten free fertility and pregnancy issues.


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Recent Stories From this Author

Are You Gluten Sensitive?
December 22, 2014 In this second installment of our Q&A with four leading celiac experts, we get the scoop on how best to test for and diagnose...

Research Roundup: Nannies and Food Allergy & More
December 22, 2014 Almost all nannies who took part in an online survey about food allergy recognized the condition as potentially...

Gluten-Free Paris
December 16, 2014 After I was diagnosed with celiac disease nearly a decade ago, I traveled internationally to London. Iím not sure that trip...

Celiac Is Not A Death Sentence
November 11, 2014 Have you heard that people with celiac disease are more prone to die of cancer or heart disease? Thatís been the story, right?...

Research Roundup: Food Allergy Slows Growth & More!
October 24, 2014 Studies show that food-allergic tots tend to lag behind their non-allergic peers in height and weight. Milk-allergic children...

Gluten Sensitivity
October 23, 2014 Chances are you know someone who doesnít have celiac disease but swears by the gluten-free diet. Maybe their migraines have...

Gluten & Arthritis
August 26, 2014 Shortly after the birth of her second child, Brandy Uekman, 33, was hit with severe joint pain. It started in her hands. ďMy...

Research Roundup: Brain Fog Is Real, Allergy Anxiety, & More!
August 26, 2014 In the new study, researchers spent a year evaluating all new patients at celiac centers across Italy for gluten sensitivity....

Research Roundup: Reducing Food Allergy, Celiac and Heart Health, & More!
June 17, 2014 Introducing babies to a wider range of foods in the first year of life might guard against asthma and food allergy. A European...

Gluten & Migraine
June 16, 2014 Karen Schmucker knows when a migraine is coming. Flashing specs of white light suddenly appear, gradually crowding her entire...