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    • Celiac Disease Celiac is a disease which affect the small intestine. It is a genetic disease so people who have it are born with it.
    • About time we know what celiac disease is…..
    • Many theories and many more to come…….
      • We have heard a lot about Celiac disease.
      • Everyone has a theory.
    • Symptoms
      • Migraine
      • Hair loss
      • Skin conditions
      • Joint pain
      • IBS
      • Bloating
      • Diarrhea
      • Lactose intolerance
    • How is it diagnosed?
      • Most under diagnosed disease.
      • Blood test can be performed but it is not conclusive.
      • Intestinal biopsy can confirm whether the patient is +ve or -ve
    • What can’t you eat?
      • Wheat and wheat products
      • Rye, Barley& oats
      • Read the ingredients when you buy food.
      • Have a positive attitude.
      • You are not alone
    • What is Gluten?
      • Gluten is an elastic protein found in grains including wheat, rye, oats, barley and triticale
      • Gluten is the substance that gives elasticity to breads and cakes.
    • What happens when you are Celiac…….
      • After eating glutinous food
      • Anti bodies react to protect the Villi
      • The reaction has adverse effect on the Villi
      • Villi are flattened
      • Intestines have difficulty in digestion of food
      • Villi can no longer absorb nutrients
    • Challenges for Celiacs
      • Dinning out
      • Fear of contamination
      • Limited variety
      • School lunches
      • Quetsions