Celiac Label Reading Workbook

(3 customer reviews)

 

Working with the celiac disease community for over 2 years, and living with celiac disease for almost over 10, I have seen a lot of confusion around food labels and ingredients. This workbook is to help people living gluten-free build confidence around the food label reading skills. It addresses common myths and what to do about confusing labels.

*THIS IS FOR USA ONLY*

$17.99

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This Celiac Label Reading Workbook is designed to help build confidence and understanding in USA gluten-free labeling.

Working with the celiac disease community for over 3 years, and living with celiac disease for almost over 10, I have seen a lot of confusion around food labels and ingredients. This workbook is to help people living gluten-free build confidence around the food label reading skills. It addresses common myths and what to do about confusing labels.

This Celiac Label Reading Workbook includes:

  • 2 Acronyms to help you remember how to identify gluten on a food label so you know exactly what to look for when reading a food label.
  • Breakdown of a food label and gluten-free labeling laws in the USA so you’re never left feeling confused about what things mean again.
  • Ingredient pocket guides for food items and beauty products so that you always have a reminder of what to look for when reading food labels when out and about.
  • Guided label-reading practice problems and explanations so that you can test your knowledge and skills in identifying gluten-free foods.
  • Individual practice worksheets with answers for additional skill-building and practice.
  • FAQ section where I answer common questions and debunk common myths to help you avoid feeling overwhelmed and confused by food labels again.

If you constantly feel confused about the gluten-free status and safety of foods, this Celiac Label Reading Workbook will help you go from unsure to secure in your ability to identify safe food.

Please be aware this workbook is not to take the place of individualized medical care, people with celiac have varying needs and this workbook is meant to serve as general education. Please be sure to consult your health care provider before making any changes to your gluten-free life.

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3 reviews for Celiac Label Reading Workbook

  1. Kaitlyn (verified owner)

    Yassss I love it!! I was diagnosed celiac almost two years ago when I was 24years old. I’ve done a lot of research about celiac disease and what to be careful about, but it can be overwhelming. And reading food labels is something I’ve always struggled with but not really confident in what to look for on labels and avoid.
    I’ve printed these out and am studying them until I master all the little suspicious ingredients and things to look out for! Also, I shared this with my household members and their reaction was priceless!! Seeing how careful I must be and how labels can trick you into thinking it’s safe or not safe. My brother even asked for me to share it with him so when he wants to buy me something he doesn’t mess up ????

  2. Jackii S (verified owner)

    This reading workbook is so helpful! I have been diagnosed with celiac and dedicated gluten-free for over 5 years, but still wanted to read this to ensure I was acting appropriately with the right information. Not only did I find this helpful, but I’m also printing it to make sure my friends and family read it so we are always on the same page. Thanks Tayler!

  3. Aimee Stubbs (verified owner)

    This workbook is all of the things I most hoped to learn in an appointment with a dietician but didn’t. I especially appreciate the additional names for wheat and barley ingredients as well as all of the suspicious ones to watch out for. I feel much more confident in my ability to buy products that don’t have a gluten free certification or claim, which increases my sense of food security since the specialized products I usually turn to aren’t always in supply right now. Thanks so much!

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