Coeliac Disease – facts & figures you might not know
Coeliacs is an autoimmune disease that restricts the sufferer to a strict gluten-free diet. Many don’t realize that gluten is present in a lot more than cakes and bread. It can be found in sauces, sausages, pasta, gravy, chips – and a lot more. This infographic presents some facts and figures some might not have known about the disease.
By gluten-free blogger Glutenous Minimus
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This infographic shares a few facts about coeliac/celiac disease. The use of icons to represent foods that people with this autoimmune disease may not be able to eat is helpful. That being said, the stats themselves aren't visually represented with charts, quantagrams, etc. and the imagery stays only generally relevant: the tidbit about the army is represented by a hamburger instead of something that represents the army, while the list of ailments the disease can cause is represented by wheat stalks instead of icons specific to those diseases. It's also very short, and without an intro or conclusion it seems to be over abruptly. We'd give this an F.