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Three Tasty Gluten-free Recipes

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Feeding a child who has gluten intolerance or celiac disease can take an extra spark of creativity. Experts from CHOP provide ideas for tasty gluten-free cooking.

The Signs and Symptoms of Gluten Sensitivity

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Wondering if your child could be sensitive to gluten or benefit from a gluten-free diet? We asked Ritu Verma, MBChB, director of CHOP’s Center for Celiac Disease, for help in recognizing the signs of a gluten sensitivity.

When Is It Time to Test for Celiac Disease?

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Since we know that celiac disease is more common in individuals with Down syndrome, should children who haven't been diagnosed with be kept on a gluten-free diet as well?

Recognizing Celiac Disease

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Celiac disease is one of the most common genetic conditions in the world, affecting 1 in every 133 people. People with celiac are not able to digest gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye and barley.