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A comprehensive guide to gluten-free living with coeliac disease or dermatitis herpetiformis. Includes food listings, practical tips and wider dietary considerations. Developed with the support of Coeliac UK.
Advice is complex, condition specific and requires a Dietitian with knowledge, skills and experience in the condition.
To provide the Target Group with knowledge to self-manage their coeliac disease/DH and to promote overall well-being via clear guidance and signposting to support a full dietetic consultation.
The Target Group will:
- Understand their condition and symptoms.
- Understand the long-term complications of non-compliance with dietary and related guidelines.
- Understand secondary complications of coeliac disease.
- Know the aetiology of CD/DH.
- Know what and how to choose appropriate foods.
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