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Lifestyle changes make living with celiac disease easier

Sandy Moody hopes to form a support group for people with celiac disease and share information on topics of interested including what prepared foods are gluten free.
Sandy Moody hopes to form a support group for people with celiac disease and share information on topics of interested including what prepared foods are gluten free.
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Ten months ago, when Sandy Moody was first diagnosed with celiac disease at the age of 65, she felt overwhelmed. “I didn’t have a clue. I didn’t know what it was or what to do,” the Saratoga Springs resident said. Fortunately, Moody is inquisitive by nature and began researching this genetic disease which affects approximately 1 in 130 Americans. She has searched the Internet, contacted support groups and read dozens of books on the subject. ...


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