Cross-Contact Workbook for Celiac Disease

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Celiac disease requires a strict gluten-free diet and with that comes the need to avoid cross-contact with gluten. There is a lot of fear-mongering and misinformation about cross-contact out there so this guide is meant to serve as general education for those looking to manage cross-contact in their gluten-free lives.

Are you worried about cross-contact in your home? Are you unsure about your safety practices when dining out or visiting others? This 27-page guide and workbook can help. It touches on cross-contact points at home, at restaurants, in other people’s homes, and more. Not to mention it answers frequently asked questions about cross-contact.

 

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Celiac disease requires a strict gluten-free diet and with that comes the need to avoid cross-contact with gluten. There is a lot of fear-mongering and misinformation about cross-contact out there so this guide is meant to serve as general education for those looking to manage cross-contact in their gluten-free lives.

Are you worried about cross-contact in your home? Are you unsure about your safety practices when dining out or visiting others? This 27-page guide and workbook can help. It touches on cross-contact points at home, at restaurants, in other people’s homes, and more. Not to mention it answers frequently asked questions about cross-contact.

This Cross-Contact Workbook for Celiac will guide you through:

  • Cross-Contact in a Shared Home: the basic on how to manage cross-contact when sharing a home with gluten eaters
  • Cross-Contact at Restaurants: a brief discussion on common cross-contact points in restaurants and what to do about them
  • Ordering at Restaurants: featuring screening tools, questions to ask restaurant staff, and generally safe orders
  • Restaurant Dining Cards: to make speaking up for your gluten-free needs at restaurants easier
  • Cross-Contact in Other Homes: so no matter where you’re at, you can make a safe gluten-free meal free from cross-contact
  • Cross-Contact Management Cards for Hosts: to make speaking up for gluten-free needs with party hosts easier.
  • Managing Gluten Exposure: to help you take care of yourself as you learn to prevent cross-contact and gluten exposure
  • FAQ on cross-contact: to answer burning questions you’ll likely have after working¬† through this Cross-Contact Workbook for Celiac Disease

Each section features worksheets to help you breakdown your cross-contact management plan into digestible segments.

This guide is not meant to take the place of 1:1 individualized medical care is meant only to be a means of general education on cross-contact with gluten. Please consult your healthcare team before making any changes to your gluten-free lifestyle.

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2 reviews for Cross-Contact Workbook for Celiac Disease

  1. Jessica S. (verified owner)

    This was a super clear, informative, and helpful guide. I really liked the little quizzes and worksheets throughout. It is great to have all of this information concisely in one place, including gluten free cards for restaurants, eating at friends’ houses, etc. The new drink information (including both coffeehouses and bars) was also really helpful. Thank you so much, Tyler!

  2. Jen F.

    This workbook breaks down exactly what you need to understand cross-contact and how to avoid it. Additionally, Tayler provides practical tips and ideas for preventing cross-contact at home as well as red flags to watch out for in restaurants. A fantastic resource for anyone newly diagnosed with celiac disease feeling overwhelmed by gluten-free living or even veteran celiacs. Definitely recommend!

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