Once diagnosis is confirmed and a gluten-free diet is started, most individuals should feel better in a short space of time. Although you will need to pay closer attention to what you eat, there is a range of staple gluten-free foods on prescription and an ever increasing range of gluten-free foods in the supermarkets that will help you to live a very normal life. To help you, we have provided a list of gluten-free foods to get you started for your first week gluten-free and a guide to how to avoid gluten contamination. There are also lots of useful hints and tips in our gluten-free diet section.
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The Schär range of gluten-free and wheat free foods includes bread, rolls, sweet and savoury snacks and a convenient selection of gluten-free frozen foods including pizzas, ready meals pastries and even Yorkshire Puddings!
Whether you’re a newly diagnosed or an existing coeliac there’s no reason to feel like you’ll never enjoy eating again. To make sure you don’t miss out on all the latest gluten-free product news and special offers, register with us today.
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Further help and resources
For those people who have been diagnosed and don’t have a friend or family member suffering from coeliac disease it can be quite scary. If you have been diagnosed and you are unsure of what foods are safe to eat there are a number of support networks in place to help you stick to a gluten-free diet.
Our sister brand, Glutafin, has a number of great tasting gluten-free products available on prescription, visit their website for more information.
Coeliac UK is the leading charity for people with coeliac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis. They want to see the needs of people with coeliac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis recognised by everyone. They campaign to improve access to a fast diagnosis, good medical treatment andHow is coeliac disease managed safe gluten and wheat free foods. They produce a food and drink directory which lists around 10,000 foods and drink products which are suitable for people with coeliac disease, as well as the Crossed Grain magazine which is sent out three times a year to all members which is packed full of useful information and helpful advice, all you need to do is become a member!