FPIES, or food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome, is a food allergy that occurs in the gastrointestinal tract and is primarily present during infancy.
During the time of COVID-19, having a child with celiac disease may be especially overwhelming. Here are some tips for a gluten-free lifestyle.
When buying gluten-free cleaning products, be on the lookout for tocopherols and other ingredients derived from wheat, oats and barley.
Parents of children with gluten sensitivity may not have to worry about their child being exposed to gluten at school when handling materials like Play-Doh and dry pasta.
Using the same cooking utensils for gluten-free and gluten-containing foods may not pose a high risk of gluten exposure for people with celiac disease.