Letter: Real Life Gluten-Free Lessons

The reader’s letter about “Diary of a Dad” (April/May 2009) surprised me. She wrote that she would never serve a gluten-free pizza to her celiac son while she eats a regular take-out pizza. How does she expect her son to live in a gluten-laden world? Surely he needs to understand that others aren’t required to be gluten free. I’m a celiac and my 12-year-old son has a severe allergy (anaphylaxis) to shellfish. Using this reader’s…

Letter: Suger Free, Please

I find your magazine useful. I’m allergic to wheat, dairy, eggs and cane sugar. Your recipes are gluten free and dairy free and provide egg alternatives but I’d love to see some without sugar. Any chance that will happen? Carol Lord Openhym Towson, Maryland…

A Voice for Celiac Disease

Celiac disease, a hypersensitivity to gluten, is an autoimmune disease that affects 1 in 133 Americans. Because there is little awareness of the disease and because symptoms often mimic those of other conditions, millions of people remain undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. In fact, more than 97 percent of the celiacs in the United States do not know they have the condition.



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