Tag: Gluten Free RN

Poland and Celiac Disease EP063

To pierogi or not to pierogi… If you have celiac disease, there is no question that you should avoid anything made with flour or grains,...

/ March 9, 2018

The Irish and Celiac Disease EP062

The Irish are known for being lucky… But does that luck hold out when it comes to celiac disease? The prevalence of celiac disease among...

/ March 2, 2018

Hepatitis B Vaccine and Celiac Disease EP060

We get vaccinated to protect ourselves, to gain an immunity to a particular disease. But in the case of hepatitis B, celiac patients may come...

/ February 9, 2018

Hypothyroid, Pulmonary Edema and Celiac Disease EP059

When the Gluten Free RN went on a gluten-free diet 11 years ago, her thyroid settled down and the associated symptoms and disorders—Graves’ disease, weight...

/ February 2, 2018

My Health and Lessons for You EP057

Two and a half years ago, Nadine was inadvertently hit with gluten—three times in a row. In the past, it had taken about ten weeks...

/ January 19, 2018

Celiac Disease for Nurses EP056

Celiac disease is messy. It can develop at any age, in any ethnicity, in both men and women, with any symptom or no symptom at...

/ January 12, 2018

Thoughts on Celiac Disease EP054

In 11 years as the Gluten Free RN, Nadine has done an incredible amount of research on celiac disease and delivered more than 2,000 lectures....

/ December 15, 2017

Managing the Holidays with Celiac Disease EP050

With the approach of the holidays, you may be nervous about navigating family and workplace gatherings—especially if you are newly diagnosed with celiac disease. How...

/ November 17, 2017

Gluten Free Products EP048

The increasing number of gluten-free products on the market can be both a blessing and a curse. Yes, it gives us more options, but are...

/ November 3, 2017

The Psychology of Eating Gluten Free EP045

We all just want to fit in, so it can be embarrassing to have special needs when it comes to your diet. Whether you are...

/ October 13, 2017