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Bast will be given the award, along with the $25,000 prize that comes with it, on May 17th, 2011. source: The Gluten Free BulletinThe following is the Mission and Vision Statements from the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness
Mission:To be the leading organization in raising awareness for celiac disease and gluten intolerance that will facilitate research, education and early diagnosis, and improve the quality of life for children and adults affected by this autoimmune disease.
Vision:We envision a world in which:
- Celiac disease is widely recognized as one of the most common hereditary diseases.
- Better, more accurate, and cost-effective screening methodologies are available and in use.
- A pharmaceutical cure is in place to prevent the onset or mitigate the effects of this autoimmune disorder so that men and women suffering from celiac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis can lead a normal life
"I changed my diet because Celiac disease runs in my family. Earlier this spring, I stopped eating wheat or gluten. I cut out bread and pasta and it's really helped. I feel better on the course and the new diet has given me more energy. It requires a lot of planning, though. You can't just grab a sandwich when you go out on the course. Now, I eat a lot of gluten-free energy bars, fruits and nuts, and rice cakes with wheat-free peanut butter." ~Sarah Jane Smith source: Gluten Free NYC