Gluten-Free Resources

Information on Celiac disease:

There’s been a lot of new research and changing information on Celiac Disease and a gluten free diet in the last few years. Here are some sites with credible, research based information.

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My Favorite Gluten-free cookbooks for a variety of palates:

Helpful Gluten-free resources:

Celiac Disease & GF Diet Videos–

Dr. John Snyder, Chief of the Department of Gastroenterology at CNMC in DC,  Dr. Gary Kaplan, Medical Director of Kaplan Center for Integrative Medicine and myself discussing testing, diagnosis and follow-up, eating a gluten-free diet and a short segment on when it’s not Celiac.  The Celiac Sprue Association has been kind enough to support the project.

Please note–these videos are from 2009, so some of the material is now dated.

To purchase the Gluten-free Handout kit for nutrition pros, with 20 ready-to-go, customizable handouts, or the expanded kit with 25 customizable handouts, see the RD Resources page.

Insurance Reimbursement for Patients with Celiac:

As a health care professional, I was deeply disturbed to learn that many insurance companies do not provide coverage for Medical Nutrition Therapy for Celiac Disease.  I began writing letters on behalf of of my clients to spread awareness, and much to my surprise, about half the time the insurance company eventually provides coverage .  To the best of my knowledge Medicare and Tricare have not ever covered services, and Anthem almost always denies coverage.

There are two letters here.  One for Registered Dietitians to file on behalf of their patients, and one is for  clients to file on their own behalf


Local Restaurants:

  • My favorite resource for dining out is Gluten Free Travel Site. Another great app is Find me gluten-free
  • DC Celiacs has just compiled a great list of places in the DC area! You do need to register for the yahoo group (which is free). Once you are registered, look under “database” which is on the left hand column.

My take on gluten sensitivity and stool tests.