Gluten-Free Diets Directory
People allergic to proteins found in wheat, including glutens, must keep a gluten-free diet to avoid a reaction, which might include stomach upset, eczema, allergic rhinitis, asthma, and even anaphylaxis. People with celiac disease must also follow a gluten-free diet. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about gluten-free diets, including what not to eat, how to shop for gluten-free products, and much more.
The Rice Diet Plan Review: Does It Work?
Should you follow the Rice Diet for quick weight loss? Read the diet review to find out how safe and effective it really is.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck’s G-Free (Gluten-Free) Diet Review
The G-Free Diet is aimed at people with a gluten intolerance, or celiac disease. WebMD reviews the diet to see if it is safe and effective.
Celiac Disease: How is it Treated?
Celiac disease affects millions of Americans. Learn how the autoimmune disorder is treated.
What Are the Complications from Celiac Disease?
A gluten-free diet can help prevent celiac disease from causing complications.
Going Gluten-Free: Should You Try It?
Life without pizza, bagels and bread? Here’s what it’s like to jump on the gluten-free bandwagon.
Learning to Live With Celiac Disease
Experts explain why celiac disease can rob the body of nutrients it needs to thrive.
Gluten Intolerance: Against the Grain
Does gluten cause intestinal trouble? What to know about celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, and gluten-free diets.
Living with IBS: One Young Woman's Story
Irritable bowel syndrome is a painful, scary, and sometimes embarrassing condition. Here's how one young woman has learned to cope.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: Gluten-Free Diet
Starting a gluten free diet? Let this slideshow help. Get the facts about gluten free foods -- with tips on what to avoid, what to enjoy, and delicious, gluten-free alternatives to keep you healthy and happy.
Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Celiac Disease
Diarrhea, fatigue, and skin rashes are symptoms of celiac disease. Pictures show foods that trigger celiac disease, including bread, beer, pizza, and more.