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Educational Materials and Resources
Celiac Disease (PDF, 162 KB)*
A fact sheet overviewing celiac disease and explaining how celiac disease can disrupt the absorption of nutrients in the small intestine. It also provides information about symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment, including examples of a gluten-free diet. (12 pages) (2008).
Celiac Disease: What You Need to Know (PDF, 665 KB)*
Defines celiac disease and identifies it as a hereditary disorder. Provides a partial list of symptoms and briefly describes treatment. Refers readers to the National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse for further information. (4 pages) (2011).
Dermatitis Herpetiformis: Skin Manifestation of Celiac Disease (PDF, 409 KB)*
Summarizes information about this blistering skin rash and its symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment. Photographs illustrate dermatitis herpetiformis. (2 pages) (2013).
Celiac Disease Research and News
An e-newsletter keeping the public informed about new developments in celiac disease education, diagnosis, and treatment. (Subscribe)
The Gluten-Free Diet (PDF, 66 KB)*
Text reproduced and adapted with permission. Thompson T.Celiac Disease Nutrition Guide, 2006. © American Dietetic Association. For a complete copy of the Celiac Disease Nutrition Guide, please visit www.eatright.org (8 pages) (2007).
NIH Consensus Statement on Celiac Disease (PDF, 288 KB)*
A booklet summarizing the findings of the 2004 National Institutes of Health Consensus Development Conference on Celiac Disease. It outlines several recommendations from the Consensus Conference, including the need to increase awareness among the public and health professionals about the symptoms of and treatment for celiac disease. (28 pages) (2004).
Testing for Celiac Disease (PDF, 320 KB)*
Describes tests that identify serological and genetic markers associated with celiac disease. If tests indicate the possibility of celiac disease, a biopsy determines diagnosis. (2 pages) (2013).
What I need to know about Celiac Disease (PDF, 815 KB)*
An easy-to-read booklet defining celiac disease and outlining its symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment. The booklet includes some examples of a gluten-free diet. (20 pages) (2011).
What I need to know about Celiac Disease (Spanish) (PDF, 1,102 KB)*
An easy-to-read booklet defining celiac disease and outlining its symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment. The booklet includes some examples of a gluten-free diet. (24 pages) (2011).
Celiac Disease Awareness Campaign Magnet
Lists examples of gluten-free grains.
Celiac Disease Awareness Campaign Wallet Card
Lists examples of foods people with celiac disease are allowed to eat, foods that may contain gluten, and foods people with celiac disease should avoid.
Other materials from the National Institutes of Health
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