Celiac Disease

by Cathy Parkes September 17, 2021 Updated: December 29, 2021

Celiac Disease is the inability to digest gluten. Foods containing wheat, rye, and barley should be avoided.

Celiac disease is the inability to digest gluten.

Patients with celiac disease CAN eat: dairy, rice, corn, potatoes, eggs, fruits and vegetables.

Foods containing wheat, rye, and barley should be avoided.



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