The only way to treat celiac disease is to get rid of all gluten from the diet and eat only foods that do not have gluten. In order to be healthy, your child will have to eat gluten-free foods for the rest of their life.
We understand that food plays a big role in many of our lives, and making changes in the way your child and family eat can be challenging. Many families have lifestyle preferences, cultural practices and religious beliefs that may make it hard to move to a gluten-free diet. That’s why our knowledgeable and compassionate nutritionists meet with your child and family immediately after your child is diagnosed with celiac disease.
Our nutritionists can teach you and your child how to make gluten-free food choices, plan and cook gluten-free meals, reverse nutritional deficits in the diet and heal the small intestine.
We will listen to your concerns, answer your questions and offer recommendations that allow your child and family to continue enjoying food and life. We’ll help you deal with all of those tricky situations in childhood, such as what to do if your child is at a birthday party where pizza or hamburgers are served.