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.
Celiac Disease: Do I Have It?
Celiac disease affects nearly 3 million Americans. How do I know I know if I have it?
What Are the Complications from Celiac Disease?
A gluten-free diet can help prevent celiac disease from causing complications.
Celiac Disease: How is it Treated?
Celiac disease affects millions of Americans. Learn how the autoimmune disorder is treated.
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.
Gluten Intolerance: Against the Grain
Does gluten cause intestinal trouble? What to know about celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, and gluten-free diets.
Learning to Live With Celiac Disease
Experts explain why celiac disease can rob the body of nutrients it needs to thrive.
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.
Diet and Autism
Are there certain foods, nutrients, or supplements that can help children with autism? What's the ideal diet for a child with autism? Expert Brian Udell, MD, answers these and other questions about diet and autism.
Slideshows & Images
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.
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.