Quick Start Diet Guide
Diet Guide for Families
Children's Digestive Health and Nutrition Foundation
Diet Guide for Families in Spanish
Gluten-Free Diet: An Update for Health Professionals
Although from 2006, this in-depth article still has a lot of good
Diet: A Comprehensive Resource Guide
A book by Shelley Case
Dietetic Association Celiac Disease Nutrition Practice Guideline
Products certified to be less than 10 ppm gluten. This is
the best standard available.
about Ingredients, Gluten-Free Living Magazine
Concerned about maltodextrin, caramel coloring, citric acid? Read
about it here.
Labeling Fact Sheet, American Celiac Disease Alliance
At this time, manufacturers are not required to indicate on thier
labels whether there is a risk of cross-contamination. Some companies
do voluntarily indicate whether a product is processed on the
same equipment as wheat, and these warnings should be heeded.
Research shows that these products often do have cross-contamination.
of the Gluten-Free Diet, Beth-Israel Deaconess Medical Center
of Celiac Disease at Mayo Clinic
Diet, from University of Chicago
Scroll to the bottom of their page for a good list of safe food
Diet Summary, Columbia University Celiac Disease Program
Steps of Self-Management, Celiac Sprue Association
Diet, Canadian Celiac Association
and Unsafe Food and Ingredient Lists for the Gluten-Free Diet,
and Flours, Celiac Sprue Association