Children with celiac disease benefit from gluten-free camp

02/16/2010 | WebMD

A study of more than 100 children with celiac disease at a gluten-free camp found the experience helped many of them improve their self-image in light of their dietary restrictions. The researchers said surveys also showed improvements in well-being and emotional outlook after camp, especially for children who were new to a gluten-free lifestyle.

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