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

All Stuffed Up
June 29, 2015 Nearly 30 years ago, celebrated gluten-free cookbook author Carol Fenster noticed her sinus infections were getting more...

Testing for Celiac Disease
June 29, 2015 Testing for celiac disease can be a thorny process. First, there’s the list of different blood tests to weed through. Then...

Research Roundup: Asthma-Celiac Link, Worm Therapy, & More!
June 29, 2015 Italian researchers say children with asthma have a small increased risk of developing celiac disease. According to their...

Vitamin K & Bone Health
June 29, 2015 Is vitamin K essential for strong bones? A handful of recent studies suggest that vitamin K2, one of several types of vitamin...

Is There Gluten in Your Probiotics?
(Part 1)

May 27, 2015 A small study presented earlier this month at the annual Digestive Diseases Week meeting reports there may be trace amounts of...

Kids, Allergies and Gluten Sensitivity
May 20, 2015 Dietitians are key partners for parents when their children are diagnosed with a food allergy, new research shows. A group of...

Gluten & Insomnia
April 28, 2015 Mary Cannon Barnes, 45, first started having trouble sleeping in her 20s. Bouts with insomnia came and went over the years for...

Research Roundup: Slower Growth, Adolescents and Food Allergy, and More!
April 28, 2015 A team in Finland found that the growth rate drops in most celiac kids before their diagnosis. In fact, when researchers...

Gluten-Free? Still Sick? It Could Be EPI
April 28, 2015 After Annie was diagnosed with celiac disease last year, her brain fog and constipation went away. But Annie wasn’t...

Identifying Celiac Disease
April 21, 2015 How do you know if you have celiac disease? Symptoms aren't always easy to spot.