CHECKLISTS RESOURCES WHAT'S FOR DINNER COUPONS MANUFACTURERS
Checklist offers these resources for anyone looking for a little help with living with gluten-free dietary requirements! If you see a link on this page, we've personally visited the website on many occasions and we recommend it to our users.

News Celiac Disease and Gluten Free Living In The News!

Gluten Free Kids
About.com: Celiac Disease(1/28) link

Spotting Celiac Disease From Dental Damage
everydayhealth.com (8/2009) link

If my relative has celiac disease, what are my chances of having it?
About.com: Celiac Disease (08/2010) link

What types of gluten-free food will airport security allow in your carry-on?
about.com Celiac Disease(01/2015) link

Do Celiac Women Suffer More from Endometriosis or Menstrual Pain?
About.com (01/19/2011) link

Clues to Gluten Sensitivity
The Wall Street Journal (03/15/2011) link

Is Wine Gluten Free?
About.com (09/2015) link

Celiac Disease Linked to Earlier Menopause
Reuters.com (06/17/2011) link

Undiagnosed Celiac Disease Can Lead to Infertility
About.com (12/2014) link

Senate Designates Sept. 13, 2011 as "National Celiac Disease Awareness Day"
National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (09/08/2011) link

Compliant gluten-free children with celiac disease: an evaluation of psychological distress
Biomedcentral.com(2011) link

Celiac Disease Symptoms in Women
About.com Celiac Disease (03/2015) link

How soon will I feel better once I start the gluten-free diet?
About.com Celiac Disease (06/2014) link

Health Journal: Deciphering the Ailments Tied to Gluten
WSJ Blogs/Health Blog (02/2012) link

14 Colleges That Cater to Gluten-Free Students
bestcollegesonline.com (01/2012) link

Navigating the Gluten Free Diet in College
By Rebecca Panzer, MA, RD, LD-Celiac Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center link

Celiac Disease Genetic Testing
About.com Celiac Disease (04/2015) link

HLA-DQ2
About.com Celiac Disease (12/2014) link

AAN: Migraine Prevalence Up in Celiac Disease, IBD Patients
DoctorsLounge.com (04/2012) link

The Public Health Crisis No One Is Talking About
The Huffington Post (05/2012) link

Celiac Disease and Asthma
About.com Celiac Disease (05/2015) link

Celiac Disease Linked to Many Skin Conditions
About.com Celiac Disease (09/2014) link

Low Biopsy Rates Contribute to Celiac Disease Underdiagnosis
Newswise.com (06/2012) link

Low Adherence to Biopsy Guidelines Affects Celiac Disease Diagnosis in the United States
Newswise.com (07/2011) link

Working with the School So Your Gluten-Free Child Can Eat Cafeteria Lunches
About.com Celiac Disease (11/2015) link

Going to College Gluten Free
NFCA link

Catch-Up Growth Spurts in Children with Celiac Disease
About.com Celiac Disease (03/2013) link

Brain Abnormalities Common in Celiac Disease Patients
Medscape.com (09/2012) link

Really? Celiac Disease Is Influenced by Season of Birth
The New York Times Health/Science (10/2012) link

Celiac Disease in the Elderly
care2.com (04/2012) link

Potential Celiac Patients Show Signs of Disease
medpagetoday.com (12/2012) link

Justice Department and Lesley University Sign Agreement to Ensure Meal Plan Is Inclusive of Students with Celiac Disease and Food Allergies
USDOJ: Office of Public Affairs (12/2012) link

Does celiac disease increase or lower your chances of getting breast cancer?
about.com: Celiac Disease & Gluten Sensitivity(10/2015) link

Celiac diagnoses rose during 2000s: study
Reuters.com (03/2012) link

Can celiac blood tests show how well you're following the gluten-free diet?
About.com: Celiac Disease (04/2015) link

Celiac disease is a disease for the masses
mayoclinic.org (04/2013) link

What Does Parts Per Million Mean?
About.com: Celiac Disease & Gluten Sensitivity (12/2014) link

Do I need an endoscopy and a biopsy to diagnose celiac disease?
About.com:Celiac Disease & Gluten Sensitivity (01/2015) link

Gluten-Free Cookware and Kitchen Utensils-What to Replace When You Go Gluten Free
About.com: Celiac Disease & Gluten Sensitivity (12/2014) link

New Test in Celiac Disease Provides Powerful Tool for Diagnosis and Immune Monitoring
4-traders.com (01/14) link

Celiac Disease Risk Linked to Absence of Bacteria in the Gut
Celiac.org (02/2014) link

Celiac Symptoms & Conditions Checklist
Celiac.org link

What’s the Role of Genetic Testing in Celiac Disease
cureceliacdisease.org (2014) link

More Restaurant Chains Recognizing Gluten-Free Needs
Celiaccentral.org (03/14) link

Ultimate Gluten Free Guide to Global Airlines
glutenfreeguidehq.com (05/14) link

A Pill For Celiac Disease Is Almost Here
The Huffington Post (06/2014) link

Recognizing (and Preventing?) Celiac Disease in Children
health.usnews.com (05/2014) link

Gluten-Free Food Banks Bridge Celiac Disease And Hunger
npr.org (08/2014) link

Ask the Doc: The Autoimmune Link
www.delightglutenfree.com (08/2014) link

Is Lupin Gluten-Free? Is It A Safe Ingredient?
celiacdisease.about.com (08/2014) link

Study: Waiting To Start Feeding Gluten To Babies Won't Prevent Celiac
About.com: Celiac Disease (10/2014) link

Study Finds Celiac Disease Patients Have Higher Flu Hospitalization Risk
About.com: Celiac Disease (10/2014) link

Chuck Norris Beefs up America's Food Banks
WND.com (12/2014) link

Gluten in Medication
Celiac.org link

Disney World Gets A Gluten-Free And Vegan Bakery (And Now There's Magic For Everyone)
huffingtonpost.com (03/2015) link

Will There Ever Be a Drug for Celiac Disease?
Celiac.org (04/2015) link

Celiac disease linked to miscarriages and preterm deliveries
Reuters (04/15) link

As Celiac and Gluten Sensitivities Gain Prominence, Drug Companies Race to Find Treatments
nytimes.com (04/2015) link

27 Amazing Charts That Will Turn You Into A Baking Whiz
buzzfeed.com (07/2015) link

Celiac Disease Test: Confused About Your Lab Results?
healthnowmedical.com (06/2015) link

Creating A 504 Plan For Your Gluten-Free Child
About.com Celiac Disease (06/2013) link

Social Issues for Teens with Celiac Disease, Gluten Sensitivity
About.com Celiac Disease (02/2014) link

13 Early Signs of Gluten Intolerance
Nutritionsecrets.com (08/2015) link

Food Allergies on a Budget
projects.aljazeera.com (11/2015) link

Gluten-Free Shampoo and Conditioner (Updated January 2016)
About.com: Celiac Disease (01/2016) link

Is the Biopsy Still the Gold Standard for Diagnosing Celiac Disease?
glutenfreeliving.com (03/2016) link

Blogs & Websites

Glutenfreechecklist recommends these blogs & websites! Click on the link to visit these blogs and sites.

Gluten Free Frenzy
link

Gluten Free Mom
link

About.com: Celiac Disease
link

Health by Gini
link

Gluten-free is Life
link

Gluten Free Gobsmacked
link

Simply Gluten Free
link

Gluten Free Fun
link

The Gluten Doctors
link

Celiac Teen
link

GlutenFreeHelp.info
link

The Gluten Free Global Community
link

Rudi's Gluten Free Bakery-Baked on the Bright Side
link

Sure Foods Living
link

The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center
link

Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW
link

theCompass
theCompass is just a little bit of everything. Whether you’re an artist, a musician, a dancer, a runner, living a gluten-free life, a European dreamer, or a Bohemian wanderer…this is the place for you link

Gluten Free Makeup Gal
Since 2011, Gluten Free Makeup Gal has been hunting down Gluten Free Makeup for Gluten Free Gals. Sharing research, reviews and exposés on this blog for everyone who to read. link

Other Links

“rx”
Are Vitamin Supplements Effective In Celiac Disease Patients?

People with celiac disease face many nutritional challenges due to intestinal malabsorption, but can making smart dietary choices and taking the right supplements truly decrease your risk of diseases that may affect your every organ system? To learn more about celiac’s affect on vitamin and mineral malabsorption and which vitamins and minerals you may be deficient in, read the article below from Sciencdaily.com:

Click here for Sciencedaily.com

For the right gluten free vitamin and mineral supplements we recommend Country Life Vitamins. Click on the bottle image to visit the Country Life Vitamins website.


“rx”
National Institutes of Health (NIH) Celiac Disease Awareness Campaign

The Awareness Campaign provides current, comprehensive, science-based information about the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of celiac disease, also known as celiac sprue, nontropical sprue, and gluten-sensitive enteropathy.

Click here to learn more about the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Celiac Disease Awareness Campaign National Institutes of Health




“image”
Did you know that many over the counter and prescription medications contain gluten? If you are on a gluten-free diet and are required to take medication, it is very important to verify that your medications are gluten free.

GlutenFreeDrugs.com is a quick reference for you to use to identify many gluten-free drugs. Information for GlutenFreeDrugs.com is obtained from a number of sources, including contact with the manufacturers and input from other individuals who contact manufacturers. The information is continually updated as it is obtained. Please note that you should interpret this information with caution and should seek medical advice whenever taking medications.

Click here to see the gluten-free drug list from GlutenFreeDrugs.com
GlutenFreeDrugs.com




“image”


DrNatura.com offers all natural
cleanse and detox products to help support your body's natural detoxification processes. The safe, reliable programs offered by DrNatura gently and naturally cleanse the colon and are sodium-free, phosphorus-free, potassium-free and naturally gluten-free.


“CSAWebBanner”
CSA remains the largest non-profit celiac support group in America, with over 100 chapters and 60 resource units across the country, and over 10,000 members worldwide. A dedicated force of volunteer officers and committee members serve as the organization's strong backbone, affectionately calling themselves,"Celiacs Helping Celiacs." So many people involved with The Checklist People looked to and continue to be helped by CSA for support after being diagnosed with Celiac Disease. To learn more about this site click on the following link. Celiac Sprue Association




The Rubins
An important source of information about medications is the pharmaceutical company who manufactures or markets the medication. Many of our readers send questions asking about drugs. In order to help as many individuals as quick as possible, we are now listing all the drug companies with a telephone number and Web site that contacts the drug company’s medical information specialists. Our hope is that this information will be of aid to our readers who have questions about medications. Do not hesitate calling a drug company for further information on a drug or to report any untoward effects of a drug that you are taking. Become actively involved in the treatment protocol.

Click here for the Rubins Drug Manufacturers Directory




CeliacFacts.com
"The amount of information on the internet about Celiac and gluten free living expands every day, and finding helpful information becomes harder every day. That's where CeliacFacts can help you. We search through hundreds of websites every day to find the two or three stories that matter. Then we publish them to our blog, email newsletter, Twitter and Facebook pages. No matter how you prefer to read, CeliacFacts is there for you." link



Food Allergies and Special Dietary Needs at the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts
Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Food & Beverage team is committed to offering a wide range of options to accommodate Guests with food allergies or intolerances. Whether dining at a table-service or quick-service restaurant, Guest food allergy or intolerance requirements will be addressed when brought to their attention. link



Celiac Disease Program at Children's National Medical Center
Children’s National is helping to improve the way pediatric celiac disease is diagnosed and treated. Working in partnership with concerned members of the community, their Celiac Disease Program brings together a team of expert physicians, nurses, nutritional consultants and professional counselors dedicated to developing a national model for detecting and treating celiac disease in children. link



Food Equality Initiative (FEI)
“rx”
Food Equality Initiative, Inc. (FEI) is a recognized non-profit, public benefit corporation who's mission is to support the low-income food allergy and Celiac communities by providing safe, healthy gluten free and allergy friendly food through a Food Pantry, nutrition support, education, & advocacy. To learn more about FEI click on the following link. Food Equality Initiative