The Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity Center is the only center on Long Island specializing in the comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of children with celiac disease and gluten sensitivities. This new specialty center is built on the foundation of more than a decade’s experience of treating children with celiac disease.
“Association of Celiac and Sensitive to Gluten from El Salvador” (ACELYSES for its acronym in Spanish, Asociación de Celíacos y Sensibles al Gluten de El Salvador), is a group of people, celiac and gluten sensitive, that voluntary work since 2010 for the benefit of persons in El Salvador who, for reasons of health and quality of […]
People who have celiac disease often face years of misdiagnosis and difficulties with living a gluten-free lifestyle. The Adult Celiac Disease Program exists to solve those problems with accurate diagnoses and supportive treatment.
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is a nationally recognized leader in digestive health care. We diagnose and treat diseases that affect the digestive tract including the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine (colon), pancreas, liver and biliary tract.
Celiac disease in children affects the whole family. The Advocate Children’s Hospital celiac center is the only comprehensive center dedicated to treatment of celiac disease in the northwest suburbs. Celiac disease is one of the most common inherited autoimmune diseases.
The Kogan Celiac Center of Barnabas Health offers comprehensive testing and treatment for Celiac Disease for adults and children. The Center is dedicated to providing expert services that include early assessment and diagnosis, treatment, education and support to improve the health and well being of those who live with Celiac Disease.
The expert clinicians of the Celiac Center are launching www.CeliacNow.org, a multi-leveled nutrition website for the management of celiac disease. It’s full of concise, correct information that you need to maximize your health and well-being.
Boston Children’s Hospital’s Celiac Disease Program and Support Group helps hundreds of member families cope with celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder that leads to damage of the small intestine and requires children to follow a strict, gluten-free diet.
Children’s National is helping to improve the way pediatric celiac disease is diagnosed and treated. Working in partnership with concerned members of our community, our Celiac Disease Program brings together a team of expert physicians, nurses, nutritional consultants and professional counselors dedicated to developing a national model for detecting and treating celiac disease in children.
The Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University has established itself as a leader in the field, both nationally and internationally, by providing the highest quality, compassionate patient care for children and adults with celiac disease.
Celiac disease is a chronic condition mainly affecting the small intestine. It is a permanent sensitivity to gluten, a protein from wheat, rye, and barley. In those affected, eating food with gluten leads to damage to the finger-like projections, or villi, lining the small intestine.
The Center for Celiac Research and Treatment is dedicated to improving the quality of life for patients with celiac disease, while learning the cause of the disease and finding a cure.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital’s Celiac Disease Center is dedicated to providing the best and most comprehensive care to children with celiac disease and their families.
Each year, more than 20,000 children visit our service, one of the largest programs of its type in the United States. Ranked #4 in the United States in digestive disorders by U.S.News & World Report, we provide treatment for children with a broad spectrum of intestinal, liver and nutritional disorders.
The Center for Celiac Disease provides specialized care and support for children with Celiac Disease and their families. Our care extends from diagnosis to long-term disease management, as we help your family navigate the gluten-free lifestyle.
The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center is an international center of excellence providing comprehensive patient and professional education, expert diagnosis and treatment for both children and adults, groundbreaking bench and clinical research, and active leadership in advocacy efforts.
The Center is renowned for its ground-breaking research into celiac disease, including developing a diagnostic blood test and collaborating with the North American Society of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition to publish guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of children with celiac disease.
Led by Sheila Crowe, MD, the celiac disease team at UC San Diego Health System comprises nationally recognized gastroenterologists and dietitian experts who are vastly experienced in treating individuals with celiac disease.
The UCLA Celiac Disease Program is dedicated to providing high quality care for patients with celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity. The program aims to advance the medical community’s understanding of the disease through clinical expertise, education and research.
Experts at the James A. Clifton Center for Digestive Diseases diagnose and treat patients who have an intolerance to grain products.
The Spanish gluten free products are marked with the mention: “SIN GLUTEN” and you will find them in: Health food shops (“Herbolarios”) You can find gluten-free products such as bread, cookies, flours or pasta in health food shops called “HERBOLARIOS”. You can find these products nationwide, although it can be hard to find a […]
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