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Tax Deductions for Gluten Free Food

Season 1, Ep. 1152

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  • 1178. Are Airlines Required to Provide Gluten Free Food?

    04:08
    How does the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) apply to airplane travel? Do airlines need to provide GF meals and snacks if they are providing food to passengers? Do they need to allow passengers with celiac disease to carry food on board without incurring extra baggage fees?The National Celiac Association answers this question with the aid of two attorneys. Have you had good gluten free meals or snacks on a flight? Please share with me at contact@baltimoreglutenfree.com
  • 1177. Black Americans Under Diagnosed with Celiac

    02:40
    Black people in the United States who have celiac disease are at particular risk of being undiagnosed with Celiac, research from the University of Alabama Birmingham suggests.Assumptions about race, differing antibody levels and greater BMI contribute to disparities in testing.Read more here: https://www.beyondceliac.org/research-news/black-people-with-celiac-disease-have-an-increased-risk-of-not-being-diagnosed/
  • 1176. Don't Leave Home Without This If You're Traveling!

    05:05
    Dining out can feel like a game of telephone. Did the waitstaff understand what we said about our food and did they relay it to the kitchen staff correctly? Not to mention traveling where there is a language barrier!To the rescue: Equal Eats Dining Cards! These credit card-sized cards give dining establishments the exact information they need to keep us safe. They come in 50 languages and over 500 food allergies and celiac. You can have custom cards made too.Here's 10% off for Gluten Free News listeners: use code ANDREATUCKER
  • 1175. Spring News and Notes

    02:44
    On the latest Celiac Project Podcast:It's time for Spring News and Notes! In this lively episode, Mike and Cam share some entertaining letters. A listener who had a similar hospital experience as Mike, news about a blood pressure medication that causes celiac-type symptoms, and some clarity about "In and Out Burger" gluten free offerings. Plus, they have a comical debate over a curious way to label donuts--are they gluten-less or do they just have less gluten? You be the judge!Listen to the full episode here: https://celiacprojectpodcast.libsyn.com
  • 1174. New GF Golden Oreos: the Reviews are In

    03:15
    The reviews are in for the. new gluten free Golden Oreos. What do you think - do you agree with those who like them or think they aren't as good as the chocolate?
  • 1173. IBS Myths Busted

    05:27
    April is IBS Awareness month. IBS can often be a misunderstood condition, so Brian Lacy, MD, a gastroenterologist and professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, debunks 6 commons myths when it comes to this condition.Read the full article here: https://gastrogirl.com/6-ibs-myths-debunked-by-a-gastroenterologist/Baltimore Gluten Free connects people with vetted gluten free resources, news and events. Visit our website at www.baltimoreglutenfree.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
  • 1171. Emergency Kit for the Gluten Free Community

    04:05
    Do you have a kit for emergencies ready for unexpected situations? Here's why you should and what should be in it!
  • 1170. The Connection Between Downs Syndrome and Celiac

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    Those with Down Syndrome are more likely to have Celiac Disease.A study in the Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition 71(2):p 252-256, August 2020. | DOI: 10.1097/MPG.0000000000002742 identified a high (9.8%) prevalence of celiac disease in children with Down syndrome when routine screening practices were implemented in the Down syndrome clinic starting in 2011. Overall, 82% of these children with celiac disease were diagnosed by screening in the referral clinic. Without the practice of routine screening in the specialty clinic, the vast majority of cases would not have been detected in routine visits from primary care. In honor of World Down Syndrome Day on March 21st, please share this article with anyone you know who loves or cares for someone with Downs.