Learning to mesh life with celiac disease

04/14/2008 | Tampa Tribune (Fla.), The

In her 12 years of dealing with celiac disease, Janet Heitler has become an expert at adjusting, and she uses tricks such as bringing her own crackers and food to parties. Heitler says awareness of the disease is increasing, evidenced in part by more food manufacturers producing gluten-free foods and the popularity of support groups, like the one she oversees in Tampa Bay.

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