Celiac Disease: In Memory of Dr. Mathew Baillie

Dr. Mathew Baillie, born October 27, 1761, known to have been one of the frontiers in celiac disease, discovered that a gluten-free diet would help those suffering from gastrointestinal problems and other symptoms, what is now known to be celiac disease.  In the early nineteenth century Dr. Baillie documented the improvements of following a gluten-free diet, and for the first time, the relapse upon reintroduction of gluten.  He explained, “Some patients appear to derive considerable advantage from living almost entirely on rice.”

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October is National Celiac Disease Awareness month and I wanted to share this informative video with you to provide you with additional information to raise awareness on the subject.

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Dr. Peter Green, director of the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University and an internationally renowned expert on celiac disease interviewed by the ladies of “The View” on March 15, 2007.  Learn about the signs, symptoms, and risks of this under-diagnosed disease and more.  Spread the word!

Watch other informative videos by Dr. Peter Green on new recent information on celiac disease:

Peter HR Green, MD, – Part 1 of 3 (Mainly about the center)

Peter HR Green, MD, – Part 2 of 3 (About Celiac Disease)

Peter HR Green, MD, – Part 3 of 3 (About Celiac & Gluten Sensitivity)

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