How to prepare a safe gluten-free meal – a sticker with the most important instructions for restaurants and households.
From 29th to 30th of April we were sharing information about the FOCUS-IN-CD project to students
of the fifth year of medicine. We also instructed to visit the official FOCUS-IN-CD website, which
resulted in increased website visits.
To the health of patients with coeliac disease even the smallest mistakes and contamination of the gluten-free products can be harmful.
In order to ensure a safe, strict gluten-free diet it is important to buy gluten-free products, but also to store and prepare them properly to be able to produce a real gluten-free meal as a result. To help with tips and suggestions on how to prepare the kitchen surfaces and rearrange the articles in the kitchen, check the “Gluten- free Kitchen” video:
The condition was staring me in the face, I just didn’t see it. As I am a paediatrician who knows about the symptom, I should have got it sorted sooner.
First, the diagnosis shocked me, because I realized I cannot eat the way I ate before and it is really important to take my gluten free-diet really strictly. But after some horrible weeks (or maybe months), I could accept my disease and learned to live with it, because life always goes on.
The diagnosis “coeliac disease” was among the suspicions of doctors for the best and the least harmful disease. We were happy, that the marathon from one doctor to another had finished.
Soon, after Lara has started the gluten free diet, her mood, disposition and health remarkably improved. She began to gain weight and to grow. At home, we all switched to gluten free diet, as we wanted to provide our daughter with un unstressful environment, where she would not have to doubt if the food is gluten free and take care about the hygiene because of cross contamination. Read more…
Story talks about two brothers, Nick and Luke, who
got familiar with the gluten-free diet at an early age because Luke was diagnosed
with the celiac disease. His two years older brother Nick also learned about this
disease, because their parents warned him early on not to give Luke his cookies,
bread and other dishes containing gluten.
e-guidelines for newly diagnosed celiac disease patients in Slovene language
Few months ago, we published our e-brochure for newly diagnosed celiac disease patients in English, we translated the comprehensive brochure into Slovene language, which is the first brochure in partner language, Croatian and Hungarian guidelines will be available soon.