Going Gluten-Free: Off to a Fresh Start!
This informative video presentation covers celiac disease & other gluten-related conditions - symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, complications, the gluten-free diet - foods allowed/not allowed, oats, hidden sources of gluten, reading labels and product research, lifestyle changes - emotional challenges, sharing a kitchen, eating out, traveling and other support and resources.
Every month, we offer virtual support groups for adults and kids of all ages. Additionally, our nationwide support resources have both virtual AND in-person events. Find an event online or near you!
NCA is proud to run Raising Our Celiac Kids (ROCK). The ROCK website offers information for parents and caregivers, kids and teens, and clinicians. Be sure to check out the:
Supporting Celiac Seniors
Don't miss this important information for seniors, such as:
All Things Celiac webinars
The National Celiac Association and the Harvard Medical School Celiac Research Program have co-hosted a series of 75-minute virtual meetings. All webinars are recorded; catch up on any that you may have missed now!
Answers to your Questions!
Search the FAQs to get answers to your questions!
Our most frequently asked questions are:
- What are the best foods to eat after being "glutened"?
- How to interpret test results -What does a "weak positive" IgG result mean? and What does a high IgG and negative IgA mean?
- How quickly after ingesting gluten can a reaction occur?
- Is vinegar gluten free?
- What to do if you are following a GF diet but still experiencing symptoms.