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What should I know about celiac disease?

Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD
Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease)

More and more people are being diagnosed with celiac disease -- which means passing on wheat and other foods that contain gluten. No pasta?! No bread?! No pizza?! In this video, The View's Elisabeth Hasselbeck explains to Dr. Oz why living with celiac disease and eating a gluten-free diet isn't nearly as ominous as it sounds


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