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TinaTurbin

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Tina Turbin www.GlutenFreeHelp.info became extremely interested and involved in the subjects of celiac disease, gluten sensitivity and gluten issues a number of years ago, after being diagnosed as celiac after many years of unresolved troubles. Since then, she has engaged in diligent research and writing about these topics, many weekly radio guest spots, developing gluten-free recipes and reviewing companies for celiac consumer safety, and writes monthly for NFCA's Newsletter... Full Bio
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Drug is Promising in Clinical Trials for Celiacs by TinaTurbin Posted in: Blog Posts in Digestive Health Researchers have been talking about it for some time, raising the hopes of the celiac community: a drug to help relieve us from the harmful effects of gluten exposure. Celiac ... Read on »
Celiac Disease Associated with Asthma Risk by TinaTurbin Posted in: Blog Posts in Asthma Over the years, researchers have been discovering more and more about celiac disease, an autoimmune disease which is caused by gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and ry ... Read on »
Gluten-Free Options in U.S. Schools and Facilities Are Lacking by TinaTurbin Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living A celiac diagnosis usually represents the road to recovery and a higher quality life for most patients. After all, the treatment for celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder tri ... Read on »
Exercise to Increase Longevity and Quality of Life by TinaTurbin Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living If you are an adult who cares about staying youthful and healthy, you are probably already incorporating a variety of health-promoting habits into your daily routine—taking ... Read on »
Celiac Patients Need B Vitamin Supplements, Researchers Say by TinaTurbin Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease     As celiac disease research increases, I am constantly learning new ways of staying healthy with my gluten-free diet. As an author, researcher, and celiac and gluten-free ... Read on »
Celiac Disease Associated with Asthma Risk by TinaTurbin Posted in: Blog Posts in Asthma     Researchers have now found a connection between asthma and celiac disease, an autoimmune reaction to gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye.    Asthma is c ... Read on »
The Benefits of Gluten-Digesting Enzymes by TinaTurbin Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease As an author, researcher, and gluten-free advocate (glutenfreehelp.info), I’m always on the lookout for ways to help manage a gluten-free diet. As awareness about gluten int ... Read on »
The Benefits of the DNA Home Testing Kit by TinaTurbin Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease     As an author, researcher, and gluten-free advocate, I’m always searching for ways to improve life for the gluten-intolerant community, especially for innovative tools an ... Read on »
Understanding the Link between Osteoporosis and Celiac Disease by TinaTurbin Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease      Medical researchers have noted for quite some time that osteoporosis and celiac disease commonly appear together. In my celiac advocacy work, I have come across several ... Read on »
A Guide to Personal Goal Setting by TinaTurbin Posted in: Blog Posts in Happiness      Women often approach me with the question of how I’ve been able to enjoy so much success in my professional life as a children’s author and researcher as well as in my ... Read on »
Don’t Wait to Get Tested for Gluten Issues by TinaTurbin Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease                                                        If you suspect that you may haveceliac diseaseor an intolerance to gluten, it’s important to take action now ... Read on »
Overcoming Life after Mom-Hood by TinaTurbin Posted in: Blog Posts in Parenting      Here is the moment you’ve been waiting for—your last child has moved out of the house and is now “on his own.” You drop off his last boxes at his new apartment, meet hi ... Read on »
The Top Women’s Health Concerns and How to Prevent Them by TinaTurbin Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health                                     In 2004, the U.S. Center for Disease Control published the top ten leading causes of death in females. As a woman who cares immensely ... Read on »
How Much Gluten is Too Much for Your Celiac Child? by TinaTurbin Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease     If your child has recently been diagnosed withceliac disease, it is likely your family is still adapting to his new gluten-free lifestyle. The gluten-free road to recove ... Read on »