What Really is Celiac Disease?
Your Questions Answered by the Director of Clinical Research at The Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University Hospital in New York City
The intent of this interview is to educate the world about Celiac Disease through an exclusive interview with one of the top medical professionals in the world who specializes specifically in Celiac Disease. Dr. Lebwohl is the Director of Clinical Research at the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University Hospital in New York City, which is a dedicated medical center in America available specifically for those with gluten-related disorders. Columbia treats patients who have the disease and provides excellent nutritionist care by helping patients manage the gluten free diet. If you think you may have the disease or know someone who may have it, please reach out to the Center and you will receive an informational packet about the disease as well as information about properly managing the gluten free diet.
I encourage all people to listen to this interview because you are probably not as well-informed as you should be about Celiac Disease, and that’s okay. But, it’s also reality. If you have a cause that you believe in, I hope I can inspire you today to fight for that cause because the world deserves to be a better, more colorful place for everyone to live in. The interview is to clear any misconceptions, misunderstandings, and misinterpretations about Celiac Disease as well as to answer some extremely important questions that millions of people may have. So, if you have Celiac Disease, know someone who has the disease, or even have a medical condition that is directly related to gluten, you are about to listen to the right interview.
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*Disclaimer: I am not an affiliate of The Celiac Disease Center or any of the names mentioned in this interview. The intent is to educate and inform. If you are suffering from a gluten-related disorder such as Celiac Disease, it is best to consult with a doctor who specializes and understands this condition. No part of this interview may be copied, reproduced, stored, or transmitted without written consent and approval.
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