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Due to the continuing uncertainly of public gatherings during the Covid-19 pandemic, we currently do not have any festivals planned in 2021.
Saturday November 18, 2017 - Sponsored by Dr. Schar USA and presented by Presented by Stanford Children’s Health and Stanford Health Care
Demystifying Celiac Disease – From Symptoms to Diagnosis
Overall classic celiac “diagnosis and treatment,” presented by the directors of the Stanford Celiac Disease Program, Drs. Nasim Khavari and Nielsen Fernandez-Becker. The presentations will include discussion specific to celiac vs. NCGS/NCWS/FODMAPs, highlighting all the services available within the Stanford Celiac Disease Program.
Gluten-Related Disorders: Follow-Up Treatment & Future Therapies
After a diagnosis of celiac disease or gluten sensitivity – what’s next? Dr. Green will discuss clinical management of gluten-related disorders (celiac and non-celiac gluten or wheat sensitivity), including follow-up visits, vaccinations, and poorly responsive and refractory celiac disease. He will also review the exciting array of non-dietary therapies that are under development.
Sayantani (Tina) Sindher, MD
Nasim Khavari, MD, MPH
Nielsen Fernandez-Becker, MD, PhD
Neha Shah, MPH, RD, CNSC
Debunking the Myths Around Celiac Disease and Food Allergies
The expert panel will discuss gluten-related disorders (celiac disease, NCGS/NCWS, low FODMAPS), allergy and immunology responses in both pediatric and adults patients, while inviting audience questions and participation!
Food Allergy Facts – What Helps to Improve or Worsen Your Food Allergy Symptoms
A focused discussion around nut and overall food allergies (including gluten), including interesting facts around the science of immunology.
Gluten: The Gut, Brain & Skin Connection
Learn how gluten and other foods can impact every aspect of your health. Nadine will discuss how you can maintain or regain your health using food as medicine.
With the holidays around the corner, those of us on the gluten-free diet may be getting anxious over what to eat at the family table. But fret no more! Whether cooking from scratch or picking store-bought gluten-free food, there are many options out there for us to choose from. Join Aneta in discussing how to make your holidays festive and safe for those on the gluten-free diet.
Gluten Free Baking 101
Resources on how to bake gluten free, and an overview of what's great and what's not great on the market. How to replace gluten and create flour mixes to achieve different textures in your baked goods. Various egg and dairy substitutes as well. For example, 5 chocolate chip cookie recipes - each with a different type of flour.