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Celiac Disease Program

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The UCLA Celiac Disease Program is dedicated to providing high quality care for patients with celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity. The program aims to advance the medical community's understanding of the disease through clinical expertise, education and research.

The program will focus on a multidisciplinary approach to the management of gluten-related conditions.

Patient Care Program » | Celiac Disease Expert Team »

Working wih a skilled dietitian is an essential part of managing celiac disease. A dietitian can teach you how to read labels to uncover "hidden" sources of gluten and can provide recipes, shopping lists and tips for eating in restaurants.

Learn more about Nancee Jaffe, MS, RD »

   

 

 

Take Part in the UCLA Celiac Collective

The UCLA Celiac Disease Program, with the endorsement of the Celiac Disease Foundation (CDF), has developed an innovative online registry. This database will allow us to better understand the natural history of gluten-associated disorders, specifically celiac disease, and identify barriers for being compliant with a gluten-free diet.

Learn more and register to take our survey »

   
 

 

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