Newly Diagnosed with Celiac Disease?

Celiac Canada
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Learn to thrive

You know you’re celiac, or have gluten intolerance. Now what?  The Newly Diagnosed Pathway Program teaches you all you need to know to thrive on your life-long gluten-free journey.

Three months of education on the gluten-free diet, what to eat, what not to eat, how to avoid cross-contamination, navigating family, restaurants, travel and affordability. Six months of emails, webinars, support and more. 

Check the resources and do the course. Sign up to thrive. 

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As you learn more about celiac disease and begin building a network of support, when you’re ready, try connecting with others living with CD. Take a moment to sign up for our closed Facebook group, an online community of people living with CD, care givers, and, of course, people who are new to a celiac disease diagnosis.

Call our Support Desk at 1.800.363.7296×224 or email for answers to all your celiac disease questions. Connect with a compassionate, trained peer supporter who can assist you. The Support Desk is open Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET. 

Celiac Canada is here for you at every stage of your journey.
We offer the community, resources, and advice to support you, and your family, as you begin
your journey to better health with celiac disease.

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