If you've been diagnosed with celiac disease, you might be freaking out. How will you ever let go of that fluffy bread and joyous carbohydrates you grew up on? Just wait, a celiac disease nutritionist is exactly what you need!
I know you're also tired of feeling bloated, diarrhea, and gut pain. You might even have fatigue that relies on caffeine to get through the day or hair loss because of the nutrient deficiencies that can occur with celiac disease. You're not alone, we're here for you.
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You ask yourself “but, will it work for ME?!”
Or maybe even worse you already think, “This won’t work for me. I’m stuck this way.”
You are not stuck this way.
Even if you’ve worked with a ton of different specialists, we bring something unique to the table.
It's not just about focusing on topical solutions. While it can be helpful, it can also be a band-aid to the root cause. Our passion + drive to help you uncover what your body is telling you and giving you the right diet and lifestyle support is a game-changer.
.. leave the house without worry of having chronic gut issues!!
..you can create your favorite meals without the gluten - YAS!
.. shop confidently in stores and know exactly what to look for, so you aren't accidentally glutenin' yourself.
Most of our clients are inside one of our packages because that’s where the real transformation happens!
We don’t subscribe to any particular diet because we’re all different.
Our recommendations are different with each client keeping their health goals + current health struggles in mind.
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Yes! Since the small intestine is damaged from celiac disease, absorption of nutrients are usually hindered. This can leave someone deficient from important nutrients for hair health. Thyroid and celiac disease can go hand in hand too (+ thyroid is a big influencer of hair!)
Yes! The small intestine may take up more moisture from the stool leaving you with hard + hard to pass stools (aka constipation!).
Celiac disease can cause anemia due to the poor quality of the small intestinal lining, which is where most nutrients are absorbed.
Celiac disease patients MUST avoid gluten (found in wheat, rye, + barley) AT ALL COSTS. There are no “cheats”, even small amounts of gluten can create months worth of damage.
Celiac disease is where your immune system attacks the small intestine. When the small intestine lining is damaged, it makes it harder for us to absorb and digest our food and nutrients. You can also get uncomfortable symptoms of celiac disease, such as pain, bloating, diarrhea, etc.
Gastrointestinal doctors treat celiac disease, but dietitians and nutritionists can help with celiac disease too! Dietitians and nutritionists can help you create those lifestyle and food changes to avoid triggers. They can also help improve gut health + use food and herbs to support a stronger intestinal lining.
If someone eats gluten when they have celiac disease, their immune system attacks the small intestine and damages the intestinal lining. This can be really painful and harmful for long-term health.
There is no cure for celiac disease, but patients can live symptom-free and build a strong gut with lifestyle and diet changes.