How to manage a gluten-free diet ?
The more you know about your disease, the less fear you will be about it and the more you will be able to cope with it properly.
Following a gluten-free diet may be easier than you think. Cereals and their flours, which do not contain gluten, can be used to make a range of gluten-free foods. Many staples are naturally gluten-free such as vegetables, fruits, potatoes, rice, quinoa, buckwheat, milk, eggs, fish, and meat..
To stay up to date and to have other relevant information about celiac disease and Luxembourg, as a complement to the dietetic treatment that we offer, we recommend that you contact and become a member of ALIG A.L.I.G. – Association Luxembourgeoise des Intolérants au Gluten (alig.lu)
Have you been diagnosed with celiac disease?
We will help you identify foods that contain gluten (prohibited), identify which foods are allowed and which to check.
The main objectives of the treatment are:
- improve gastrointestinal symptoms
- normalize serology (normalize the concentration of antibodies specific to Celiac Disease)
- improve the regeneration of intestinal muscles and villi
- maintain a satisfactory nutritional status and decrease the risk of complications associated with Celiac Disease.