CNY Celiac Support Group
Helping People With Gluten Intolerance in the CNY Area Live a Happy and Healthy Gluten-Free Lifestyle!
The Central New York Celiac Support Group was formed to share support and understanding in helping us manage our lives well without gluten, and to create greater understanding of celiac disease and gluten sensitivity in both the lay and professional community.
Celiac and Gluten Sensitivity
For people with celiac disease, ingesting even tiny amounts of gluten can set off an autoimmune reaction that flattens the finger-like villi lining the small intestine. The most common symptoms are bloating, gas, diarrhea and constipation, as well as early osteoporosis. The autoimmune reaction can also cause skin rashes, chronic fatigue, bone and joint pain, neurological problems, liver problems, diabetes, infertility in both men and women and cancers, including lymphoma. An estimated three million Americans have celiac disease - and the vast majority don't know it because it can have no symptoms or mimic other diseases...
There are many undiagnosed cases of celiac disease. In order to get accurate test results, a person should not have been following a gluten-free diet. It is important to have accurate celiac testing because there are many negative effects of untreated celiac disease.
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What is gluten intolerance? What is celiac disease? (MNT article)
'Gluten-free' labeling standards kick in
By MARY CLARE JALONICK, Associated Press
August 5, 2014
Our Next Meeting
Date: September 14, 2014, 2 pm – 4 pm
Topic: Taking control of your health through foods and understanding your own unique “food energetic”
Speaker: Dr. Jennifer Orlowski
This lecture will focus on some of the basics of incorporating whole foods into our diet, what it means and how to eat a balanced diet that is supporting to our overall health and wellness. It will then go one step further and incorporate a much needed discussion on “food energetic” and why one diet plan is right for one person, but not the next. To truly find balance in our bodies through food choice we need to begin to decode which foods resonate best for our own individual constitutions
Dr. Orlowski received her doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Southwest College and was recently certified as a nutrition specialist. Based in Liverpool, NY, for the past eight years, she offers private consultations, classes and lectures. She is also a professor at SUNY Empire State College.
Meeting Location: Town of DeWitt Community Room (next to E. Syracuse Fire Dept) 148 Sanders Creek Parkway
Celiac disease and autoimmune-associated conditions
Celiac disease (CD) is frequently accompanied by a variety of extradigestive manifestations, thus making it a systemic disease rather than a disease limited to the gastrointestinal tract.....