Green Bowel Movement and Green Diarrhea – What Are the Causes?
Varying shades of brown is accepted as the normal stool color but sometimes it may be other colors. Most of these other hues are considered as abnormal. One of these abnormal colors ia green tinge to overtly green color of the bowel movement. It has to be investigated as this can be a sign of various diseases.... Read more Read more
Black Bowel Movement (Stool), Causes of Black Diarrhea
Normal stool (bowel movement) color is tan to brown. Sometimes it can be slightly lighter or darker depending on foods and beverages that were recently consumed as well as medication, Read more
Yellow Bowel Movement and Causes of Yellow Diarrhea
The color of the normal bowel movement is any shade of brown (ranging from a light bown or tan to darker brown hue). When stool appears a very light brown to yellow brown or even overtly yellow then it needs to be assessed further. Yellow stool does not always indicate a problem. Sometimes consuming foods and beverages... Read more Read more
When Going Gluten-Free Is Not Enough: New Tests Detect Hidden Exposure
For people with celiac disease, incidental ingestion of gluten can lead to painful symptoms and lasting intestinal damage. Two new studies suggest such exposure may be greater than many Read more
A Canadian Celiac Podcast: Episode 9 Shelley Case
Shelley Case is a well-known Dietitian and international expert on all aspects of the gluten-free diet. Shelley and I discuss labelling laws in Canada and the US to help you determine the safety of packaged foods.  We also talk about the safety of gluten-free oats. Source: A Canadian Celiac Podcast: Episode 9 Shelley Read more
Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Brush Your Teeth Right After A Bout Of Morning Sickness
What’s the first thing you do after a bout of morning sickness? Brush your teeth, right? Actually, according to dental health experts, that way lies disaster. Source: Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Brush Your Teeth Right After A Bout Of Morning Read more
When Going Gluten-Free Is Not Enough: New Tests Detect Hidden Exposure
For people with celiac disease, incidental ingestion of gluten can lead to painful symptoms and lasting intestinal damage. Two new studies suggest such exposure may be greater than many realize. Source: When Going Gluten-Free Is Not Enough: New Tests Detect Hidden Read more
Stringent Diet May Suppress Gluten Neuropathy
Compliance with a gluten-free diet may help the pain. Source: Stringent Diet May Suppress Gluten Read more
Amount of Gluten Eaten by Folks with Celiac Disease on a Gluten-Free Diet
The study, “Determination of gluten consumption in celiac disease patients on a gluten-free diet” was recently published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. In the opinion of Read more
Kitchen Appliances: Risk of Cross-Contamination?
Could kitchen appliances in kitchens that aren't exclusively gluten free raise any red flags regarding gluten Visit GIG Website
Pregnancy and Celiac Disease
The Gluten Intolerance Group offers this advice for Celiac and Pregnancy.     Read on the GIG website: Pregnancy and Celiac Disease   – The Gluten Intolerance Group of Visit GIG Website
Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome 
Cyclic vomiting syndrome is thought to be a disruption of the gut-brain communication. It is sometimes referred to as an abdominal Read on the NORD Website
Can Medical Marijuana Help Your Celiac Disease?
Learn whether marijuana is gluten-free, and whether it can help you combat symptoms of celiac disease, such as abdominal pain and nausea. Source: Can Medical Marijuana Help Your Celiac Read more
SIBO and Bloating
If you regularly feel bloated after eating, functional medicine practitioner and women’s health expert Amy Myers, M.D. says it could be caused by SIBO—small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, i.e. an excess of (good) bacteria in the small intestine. (It goes without saying that there are other causes of bloating, from the benign, like a junk food... Read more Read more
Eating for Two Trillion: Dietary Intake Shapes Our Resident Gut Microbes – YouTube
When the bacteria in your digestive tract outnumber your human cells, you need to feed them right.  This video from UCTV takes a deep dive into how to accomplish it.  Here’s Watch on YouTube
Monash University FODMAPS App
This  video is about Monash University’s development of the FODMAP diet and their App, which is the most up to date resource on the changing and often conflicting food data regarding the FODMAPS content of various foods.     Watch on YouTube