celiac

Did you know that celiac disease affects around two million Americans? Celiac disease — also known as sprue — has no cure, but its symptoms and complications can be well managed with the right diet and lifestyle.

Discover more about the causes, symptoms, and diagnosis of celiac disease by viewing our infographic below. You’ll find a list of foods to avoid, including potato chips, french fries, and even some salad dressings and soups. You’ll also learn how to build a gluten-free diet for you or your child.

Celiac Disease Causes and Symtoms Infographic | UPMC HealthBeat

 

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About Digestive Disorders

The UPMC Digestive Disorders Center cares for a wide range of gastrointestinal conditions and diseases, from diagnosis to treatment. Upon referral from your physician, we coordinate your testing and treatment. If you have a complicated condition, we can refer you to one of UPMC’s digestive health centers of excellence. Most of our office visits and outpatient procedures take place at UPMC Presbyterian or UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital in Oakland. We also provide inpatient care at UPMC Montefiore or UPMC Presbyterian in Oakland.