Digestive Health

Gluten in Your Medication: What People with Celiac Disease Need to Know

Medication, both over-the-counter and prescription, can be a hidden source of gluten. If you're following a gluten-free diet, that can spell trouble. Follow these tips to make sure your meds are gluten-free.

One of the most important ways to self-manage gastrointestinal disorders is to choose the right foods to eat. Learn more about the role your diet plays in digestive health.

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