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Fox News to Present “Fox Files” on Celiac Disease with Jennifer Esposito

There has been a lot of chatter in the news and across the social networks in the past few weeks about fellow Celiac Jennifer Esposito and her recent struggles with the disease.  Fox News Channel will air an exclusive interview tonight, November 18, 2012 from 9 PM – 10PM.  Make sure to check out the details below.





What: FOX News Channel (FNC) will present “FOX FILES,” co-anchored by Bill Hemmer and Arthel Neville on Sunday, November 18th from 9:00-10:00PM/ET. In the program, Arthel takes an in-depth look at celiac disease, a genetic disorder characterized by gluten intolerance that affects 1 out of every 133 Americans. Actress Jennifer Esposito from the CBS show “Blue Bloods,” shares her struggle with the disease and speaks exclusively about the ongoing turmoil with the show after they put her character on a leave of absence due to her health issues. Additionally, two- time Stanley Cup winner Mickey Redmond also discusses his battle with the condition.


In addition, Hemmer examines the hermit kingdom of North Korea, an underground railroad system used to escape the country, and the regime of its dictator Kim Jong Un. He also speaks with two Korean Americans who are leading defectors to freedom, as well as a defector that shares his story of how he and his family escaped North Korea.



Where: FOX News Channel (FNC)


When: Sunday, November 18th from 9:00-10:00PM/ET


Here is a short clip of the interview that will be aired tonight.  If you haven’t checked out Jennifer’s Way, Esposito’s journey back to health via the gluten-free diet, including gluten-free mixes.

2 comments to Fox News to Present “Fox Files” on Celiac Disease with Jennifer Esposito

  • Lanore Benson

    Thank you for your story on celiac, my husband and both daughters have been diagnosed. I want to ask a question on a box of crackers we have the box claims to be wheat and gluten free. However you read the side of the box and it says contains less then 22 % RPM of wheat. I thought any crumb was a "no no". Can you help me with this or let me know who I can ask? Thank you!!!

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