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.
Celiac Disease Foundation drives diagnosis and treatment of celiac disease through advocacy, education, and advancing research to improve the quality of life for all people affected by gluten-related disorders. 9
To translate the website into english, download the google chrome extension google translate. Mission Celiac Foundation Panama is a nonprofit foundation whose main objective is to raise awareness of celiac disease, the gluten-free diet, and to promote and encourage the study of celiac disease in Panama in order to improve the quality of life of all […]
Celiac Shmeliac is a fully gluten free blog and Instagram account dedicated to helping out those with Celiac Disease. Gluten free doesn’t have to be boring! Hello! My name is Caitlin Arcand and I am professional singer/actress/writer and major foodie from Boston, MA. Since being diagnosed 4 years ago, I have been a major supporter […]
The Celiac Society Rajasthan is an idea of socially dedicated committed health professionals, nutrition professional and celiac patients and their families. A truly non-profit organization, incorporated on August 9th, 2010 with a message across the society:
Celtic Celiac is a site for those who want to understand and feel empowered about their gluten free lives. Launched in 2010 Celtic Celiac strives to help gluten free individuals live their lives to the fullest one step at a time by providing educational, empowerment, coaching, consulting, and advocacy services. Here I share my insights on living a liberated […]
I am Chef Janet, a Le Cordon Bleu trained chef and I live gluten-free. I believe that gluten-free does not mean that we have to compromise. I specialize in taking your favorite foods and creating gluten-free versions that will knock your socks off. Preparing superb gluten-free dishes means that it won’t be necessary to cook […]
Cliffside Malibu is the world’s leading evidence-based addiction treatment center. Located in a private, ocean-view setting in Malibu, California, Cliffside is internationally recognized for its top-notch, personalized care and proven treatment protocol, based upon scientific principles derived from the world’s leading thinkers in psychology, neuroscience, medicine, and whole-health practices. Cliffside Malibu is committed to treating […]
The Coeliac Association Malta helps and supports newly diagnosed coeliacs with the aim of improving the quality of life of coeliac patients. Increases awareness amongst the catering industry, i.e. Hotels and Restaurants regarding the strict gluten free diet that a diagnosed coeliac has to follow. Activities are held quite frequently – Medical, Dietetic Speakers are […]
About Us Coeliac Australia’s Vision To enhance the quality of life of people requiring a gluten free diet for life and to encourage and support research towards a cure or other ethical forms of treatment. Coeliac Australia is a national federated not-for-profit body comprising five state organisations supporting people with coeliac disease, dermatitis herpetiformis and […]
Not every page on the website is in english. For chrome users, download the google chrome translate extension here. The Société belge de la Cœliaque – french for Coeliac Belgian Society – was founded in 1977 on the initiative of doctors, nutritionist, people with coeliac disease and parents who themselves have a child with coeliac […]
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 […]
In Greece, as in many countries in Europe, knowledge of coeliac disease is limited and under-diagnosis of the disease remains a significant issue. Coeliac Greece established in Athens since 2008, as a patient-driven non-profit organization with main objectives to promote awareness regarding coeliac disease in Greece, build a supportive community for patients, families and […]
We support those with coeliac disease, dermatitis herpetiformis and those on a gluten free diet. Vision: People with coeliac disease are diagnosed quickly, live healthy lives and have the prospect of a cure. Mission: Engage with Coeliac NZ members and stakeholders to support and improve the health and welfare of people with coeliac disease.
The Coeliac Society of Ireland (CSI) is a voluntary Charity and Company Limited by guarantee based in the Carmichael Centre in Dublin 7. Since 1970, the Coeliac Society has provided information, support and awareness to Coeliacs throughout Ireland. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for Coeliacs and those who benefit from a […]
1 in 100 people in the UK has coeliac disease. We work to improve their experience of healthcare, ensure their gluten-free diet is easy to manage and drive research which delivers new solutions to the problems of living with the condition. We want to see the needs of people with coeliac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis (DH) met […]
CYE (Coeliac Youth of Europe) is an umbrella organization of European coeliac youth groups. It works within the AOECS. Spread all over Europe – the CYE representatives join each other at an annual meeting. CYE is an international forum for raising awareness, exchanging knowledge and working together for a better future! The vision of CYE […]
Hello, I’m Meagan! I am 19 years old and a college student with Celiac Disease. After being diagnosed halfway through my freshman year of college, I’ve realized how difficult being a college student with Celiac really is. That is why I started my blog, College Celiac. I truly believe I can bring awareness about this […]
My name is Chynna Foucek, and I am currently a college student majoring in Biochemistry and Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations at Rice University. I was diagnosed with celiac disease a few months prior to my thirteenth birthday, and since then, have learned to manage and embrace the disease. When I entered college I realized that though […]
Hi! I’m Courtney from the healthy living blog, LPHJ Kitchen. On my site, you’ll find recipes, meal plans and more related to gluten-free life! Traditional family favorite foods don’t have to be lost due to a Celiac diagnosis or other food allergies. Over at LPHJ Kitchen, my purpose is to create healthy, simple, family friendly […]
Welcome to the Czech Republic The availability and choice of gluten-free products in the Czech Republic is steadily improving. It is no more a problem to spend holidays in Prague and other bigger cities without being stressed about your diet! Our website is here to help you.
To translate the website into english, download the google chrome extension google translate. Danish Celiac Association (DCA) is an organization for people who are intolerant to gluten. The association was founded in 1979 and has approximately 2,500 members today. The association objectives: Drive celiac special interest and provide information and advisory services relating to the physical, […]
Eating Out Without Gluten and Dairy is your guide to navigating the world with dual food intolerances from the perspective of a busy college student. I feature restaurant reviews, product reviews, and giveaways, all the while sharing tips, tricks, and other insights of being a young adult with dietary restrictions. I firmly believe that eating […]
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To translate the website into english, download the google chrome extension google translate. The level of awareness of coeliac disease is rather extensive in Finland compared to many other European countries. The Finnish Coeliac Society continues spreading this knowledge actively. In spite of this there will always be exceptions, and we do live in a […]
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