Understanding Coelliac Disease

this isn't a question, but I thought it might be interesting to the people who use this website. A friend bought a cake for me from a shop called Wholefoods Market. I was looking on their website and found this really interesting link: wholefoodsmarket.com/health... To be honest I find a lot of the stuff I've previously read can be difficult to understand as it's very medical. This seemed far more straightforward and easier to read from a non-medical point of view.

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  • Hi Mccroucher1

    This is a platform for people to voice their medical concerns re CD. The clue is in the title 'Health Unlocked' so it seems a bit weird to say this site 'is very medical'. People are very supportive on here and are happy to answer Qs from newly diagnosed or long term diagnosed Coeliacs, whatever their health concerns whether you want in depth discussion or surface chat. Please post any Qs you have and we will do our best to answer them.

    I haven't managed to view the link you've posted as there is 'no page found'.

  • Hi Moderator Bot, sorry to butt in here it's just that this is not my interpretation of this sentence by mcroucher1

    ''To be honest I find a lot of the stuff I've previously read can be difficult to understand as it's very medical''

    And my interpretation is that this is a general statement about info on the web about CD and I see no specific reference to info on GFG

    And here's the link:

    wholefoodsmarket.com/health...

    I have to point out that this is a US site so there are foods to avoid on this list that are considered safe for coeliac in the UK and the Eu like dextrin and caramel etc.

    I agree with both of you that this is part of the healthunlocked sites so will have medical info and agree that a down to earth explanation could also be very useful for those recently diagnosed of parents of coeliac children.

  • thanks for the link...I will share with my family...who are also having gluten issues....

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