Do you provide diet education for people with newly diagnosed celiac disease?

Has it been a while since you taught the gluten free diet?

Did a family member or friend recently get diagnosed with celiac disease and they don’t know where to start?

If you answered “YES” to any of these questions, this handout is for you.

I created this handout over fifteen years ago; it has had numerous revisions and updates. Ironically, I was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2016. I used my own handout and progressed through the steps:

  • Step 1– Learn the basics. Realize that these big diet and lifestyle changes will not happen overnight.
  • Step 2– Find more of the hidden sources of gluten in your diet. Stretch yourself to make or try new GF foods.
  • Step 3– Maintenance

Three pages of jam-packed info and links to get through the first year after celiac diagnosis.

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  • Love it!

    Very helpful, organized information to guide the RDN and newly diagnosed client! Thank you!

  • Informative

    This is an informative resource with several hyperlinks to external references. However, I didn’t find it very user friendly as a handout for my particular population–older adults who generally need larger font, pictures, double-spaced lines, and who don’t frequently use the computer/internet daily. I will probably use this as a guide for ME as I coach newly diagnosed celiac clients. I will definitely use this vendor’s other products– Gluten Free Name Brand Foods and Low FODMAP Brand Name Foods as client handouts.

  • Terrific resource

    Packed with actionable, cut-to-the-chase tips for easy reference. Great resource for providing survival tips early in the education process.

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