Celiac Disease Explained
Should You be Avoiding Gluten?
The labels “gluten-free,” “free of gluten,” “no gluten,” and “without gluten” are on food packaging throughout the grocery store, but what does that mean to you?
The truth is, not everyone needs to eat a gluten-free diet. But for those with celiac disease, eliminating gluten from their diet is essential. To help you understand the difference between celiac disease and gluten intolerances, we’re hosting an educational event, Celiac Disease Explained, on Saturday, September 4th at 4:00 pm MST at Daisy Family Health.
If you or a loved one wants to learn more about gluten and celiac disease, this is a must-attend experience! Sign up now for advice from medical experts.
Meet Daisy Family Health, The Facilitators of Celiac Disease Explained
Hello, I am Angie, a family nurse practitioner, and integrative nutrition health coach. I am nationally certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. I am excited to dedicate myself to you. I've been taking care of people since 1994.
Daisy Family Health
A Serious Condition
Celiac disease is a serious condition, and symptoms such as stomach pain, bone pain, fatigue, headaches, skin rash, and digestive issues and be extremely debilitating. If left undiagnosed or untreated, celiac disease can trigger other conditions such as thyroid disease, osteoporosis, infertility, autoimmune diseases, cancer, and lymphoma.
During Celiac Disease Explained, we’ll also discuss which foods contain gluten and how to eat a nutrient-dense gluten-free diet. Our goal is to help others understand this misunderstood condition to make better health choices.
Join us to get the facts about who is at risk, how a diagnosis is made, why it differs from an allergy, long-term health risks, and much more!
We Can’t Wait to Share with You on Saturday, September 4th at 4:00 pm MST!