By: Terry Graedon September 8, 2016 19 Comments
    Show 1049: Do You Need a Gluten-Free Diet?

    Years ago, doctors thought that celiac disease was incredibly rare among Americans. In this auto-immune condition, exposure to gluten found in barley, rye and wheat causes the body to attack the linin…

    By: Terry Graedon September 8, 2016 7 Comments
    Why Are More People on a Gluten-Free Diet?

    Ten or twenty years ago, people following a gluten-free diet had a difficult time. Foods like pasta or crackers were not available in gluten-free versions. Now, that has changed. Baked goods without …

    By: Joe Graedon July 28, 2016 34 Comments
    Is Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity a Figment of th…

    Decades ago, American doctors believed they would never see a case of celiac disease because it was considered too rare. Over the years, though, research showed that celiac disease is not rare. Now, t…

    By: Joe Graedon February 27, 2009 13 Comments
    Gluten-Free Diet Eases Heartburn

    Q. When I first met my friend Mike twenty years ago, he was going through bottles of antacids. He'd been doing this for 12 years, far longer than the bottle label recommended. He had a severe bout of …

    By: Joe Graedon June 21, 2008 3 Comments
    Natural Remedies For Migraine

    Q. One of your readers requested natural recommendations for migraines. I had tried many migraine treatments. Then I developed wheat intolerance, and since quitting grains (wheat, rye, barley, oats), …

    By: Joe Graedon March 14, 2005 0 Comments
    Celiac Disease Has Terrible Consequences

    Graduating medical students are sometimes told: "Half of what we have taught you is wrong...we just don't know which half." As amusing as this sounds, it rings true for a complex condition called celi…