The Celiac-Disease Awareness Month-May, would be unnecessary if the excessively large amount of “gluten-free” advertisements and labels were any demonstration of the awareness of this disease. According to Norelle Rizkalla Reilly, a gastroenterologist who directs the pediatric program of Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University, this is definitely not the case.
Her belief of the nation-wide misconception derives not only from the everyday immersion in the world related to gluten immune disorder, but also from detailed analysis on our Google histories.
The Journal of Pediatrics published her chart given below, on Friday:
“Celiac Disease” Versus “Gluten Free” – Google Search Term Popularity