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Celiac Disease - Other Treatment

Counseling

Speaking with a counselor, a psychologist, or a psychiatrist may help you cope with celiac disease by changing certain thoughts, feelings, or behaviors.

Nutritional counseling from a registered dietitian who is familiar with celiac disease can help you create a practical and healthy gluten-free diet.

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Jennifer's Way: Helping Those with Celiac Disease

When Jennifer Esposito was diagnosed with celiac disease three years ago, the actress was shocked and relieved. "It was hard, but it was also the day I realized the person I once knew as 'me' was gone," says Esposito, 39, who plays detective Jackie Curatola on the CBS hit police drama Blue Bloods. Misleading advice and a delayed diagnosis cost Esposito precious "life" time as she searched for the reasons behind a litany of unexplained ailments, she says. Now she's determined to save others from...

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Last Updated: May 29, 2012
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