Tag: celiac disease

Tanya Ednan-Laperouse and Emma Turay

Two UK Allergy Moms Who Suffered Horrific Losses Demand an Allergy...

We applaud the efforts of Ms Ednan-Laperouse and Ms Turay and believe their concept of a single person responsible for the health and safety of the allergic community should be adopted here in the US.
Safe Snack Guide!

Update: Thousands of Allergy-Friendly Products Including Many from Five New Brands!

We’ve added tons of new products to our catalog of over 3,000 allergy/celiac-friendly, products from 160+ responsible manufacturers!
Safe Snack Guide Update!

Update: Thousands of Allergy-Friendly Products Including Many from Six New Brands!

Tons of new products from our existing partners and six new members of our Manufacturer Partnership!
California Roll

Like Sushi? Avoid Imitation Crab If You are Allergic to Fish,...

A lot goes into making imitation crab. Know what's in it before you take that bite.
Ukko

Company Raises $40 Million to Develop Peanut Allergy Therapy and Gluten...

Ukko is a biotech company whose mission is to eliminate food allergies and sensitivities. The company employs artificial intelligence (AI) and protein engineering to...
Family of Guides

SnackSafely.com Adds Milk-Free, Gluten-Free and Sesame-Free Editions to Family of Food...

Guides Help Consumers Coping with Food Allergies, Intolerances and Other Dietary Restrictions Find Safe Foods
Child Being Fed

Early Introduction of Wheat May Prevent Celiac Disease

Findings contrast with earlier studies where smaller quantities of gluten was introduced.
Celiac Disease Linked to Common Chemicals

Celiac Disease Linked to Common Chemical Pollutants

Research shows elevated blood levels of toxic chemicals found in pesticides, nonstick cookware, and fire retardants have been tied to an increased risk for celiac disease in young people.
Mimicry

Bacterial Link Discovered in Celiac Disease

Bacteria proteins appear to mimic gluten proteins, deceiving immune system.