When I started this website in 2012 I intended to summarize the most exciting and up-to-date research regarding Celiac Disease and Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity that I come across on on this page. That obviously didn’t happen due to time constraints. But, I have summarized a lot of the major research findings in my posts since 2012 and organized them by category below, so that you may read through and select the articles and topics that may interest you. Please bear in mind that the information included is up-to-date as of the date I posted it, not the current date. Thank you!


Breast Feeding and Infant Feeding:

Early Feeding and Risk of Celiac Disease in a Prospective Birth Cohort.”

Introducing Gluten to the Baby At-Risk for Celiac Disease.”

The Prevent CD Study.”



Carrageenan and Celiac Disease.



Celiac Disease and Endometriosis.”


Joint Pains/Arthritis/Arthralgias and Celiac:

“Celiac Disease can be a Pain in the Joint.”


Mast Cell Activation Syndrome:

“Mast Cell Activation Syndrome Madness.”


Neurologic Signs and Symptoms of Celiac Disease:

The Effects of Gluten on the Brain and Nervous System.”

My, Oh My, Peripheral Neuropathy.”


Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity:

Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity in Children.”

What Now? Wheat Sensitivity.

The Latest and Greatest on Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity.”


Pediatric Celiac Disease:

“Celiac Disease in Children.”

“Should your Child be Screened for Celiac Disease?”

“Update on Celiac Disease Screening in Infants and Toddlers.”


“Potential” and “Latent” Celiac Disease:

Potential Celiac Disease.”

ICDS 2013: The Celiac Iceberg Revisited.”



Celiac Disease and Pregnancy.”

Let’s Talk about Celiac Disease and Infertility.”



Probiotics and Celiac Disease.


Risk Factors for the Development of Celiac Disease:

Risk Factors for Celiac Disease.”


Thyroid Problems and Celiac Disease:

“Celiac Disease and the Thyroid Gland.”


If you come across a topic that you’d like me to discuss, please make a suggestion. I have been itching to write about dermatitis herpetiformis for a while but keep getting writer’s block….

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2 thoughts on “Research

  1. Jocelyn c.

    Have you come across any research about celiac disease and lymphoma? Or swollen lymph nodes? I would love more information on the link between the two diseases. Thanks so much

    1. Jess Post author

      Hi Jocelyn,
      I am not aware of any research linking celiac disease to swollen lymph nodes, but I will let you know if I come across anything. There is an association between celiac disease and gastrointestinal lymphoma, but this is usually when there is either longstanding undiagnosed celiac disease or refractory celiac disease (or continued gluten consumption by someone with celiac).

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