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These links are to resources, services and products that are helpful for people on a Gluten-Free diet. Please let us know of any other links that might be included.
National Celiac Association
The National Celiac Association represents and serves individuals with celiac disease and gluten sensitivities. Yearly, we host a celiac conference in partnership with the celiac centers at Mass General Hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and the Celiac Program at Harvard Medical School.
GFFP USA Inc provides expert training, standards, conformance specifications, and gluten-free certifications designed by industry specialists in conjunction with our endorsement partner specifically for the American manufacturing, hospitality and food service sector. GFFP USA benefits a wide range of business types committed to serving the gluten-free population: manufacturers, restaurants, caterers, camps, hotels, convention centers, healthcare, and educational institutions, cafés, and fast food outlets to name a few. Click the link to download their brochure and learn more.
Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG) is a national support group for people with gluten intolerance seeking a healthy lifestyle.
University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research
This site has a checklist of symptoms and videos of patients discussing the disease.
Beyond Celiac (Formerly National Foundation for Celiac Awareness) is a nonprofit group dedicated to finding a cure for Celiac Disease. It has information and resources for research, education, screening, and improving the quality of life.
The following are more excellent resources to learn about celiac disease and intolerance with all the health ramifications.
Autism Research Institute – Tips for implementing special diets:
Gluten Free/Casein Free Diets for Autism – WebMD – Recommended alternative treatments for children with autism. When following this strict elimination diet, all foods containing gluten (found in wheat, barley and rye) and casein (found in milk and dairy products) are removed from the child’s daily food intake. (Jul 11, 2017)
TACA (Talk About Curing Autism) – Going Gluten-Free, Casein-Free, Soy-Free in 10 weeks.