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

Allergy Research Roundup: Celiac by Ethnicity, Pneumonia Vaccine, and More!
August 31, 2016 In the United States, people with the highest rate of celiac disease are those hailing from the Punjab region of India, new...

How-To: 6 Bone Strengthening Exercises
August 18, 2016 Low bone density is one of the most common complications of undiagnosed and untreated celiac disease. In women diagnosed with...

GMOs' Impact on the Gluten-Free Community
August 4, 2016 Genetically modified organism (GMO) is a term used to describe plants or animals altered via genetic engineering to achieve a...

Cure Depression with Meditation and Exercise
July 26, 2016 For many with mild-to-moderate depression, an exercise regimen can help, promoting the release of mood-enhancing endorphins....

Gluten-Free Research Roundup: New EoE Research, Anaphylaxis, and More!
June 29, 2016 In the food allergy-related disorder, eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE), large numbers of white blood cells called eosinophils...

Exercise and Meditation
June 22, 2016 For many with mild-to-moderate depression, an exercise regimen can help, promoting the release of mood-enhancing endorphins....

Health Alert: Screening for Celiac Disease
May 26, 2016 The U.S. Preventative Services Task Force is asking for public comments on its position on celiac disease screening. In its...

Alternative Medical Treatments
April 26, 2016 With his naturopath, Farkas tried digestive enzymes (they helped a little), was tested for lactose, fructose and other food...

Allergy Research Roundup
April 26, 2016 A recent survey revealed that while parents trust their food-allergic childís physician, they frequently donít recall getting...

Move! Swim for Better Health
April 25, 2016 We all know swimming is a great workout. For those with gluten-related problems, swimming can be particularly beneficial. It...