Try itJune/July 2008 Issue

Living Without Favorites: Correcting Untreated Celiac Disease Nutritional Deficiencies

Untreated celiac disease can result in multiple nutritional deficiencies. Even after diagnosis and implementation of the gluten-free diet, many celiacs struggle to fully restore their health. Christine Doherty, a naturopathic doctor, understands the plight of the typical celiac. She suffered for years with complications from undiagnosed celiac disease. Her first-hand experience was the catalyst for opening her practice, Balance Point Natural Medicine, in Milford, New Hampshire. Doherty specializes in restoring health and lifestyle balance to people with food allergies, celiac disease and other chronic conditions. While proper diet is essential to the healing process, Doherty believes that nutritional supplements are also beneficial and she offers a complete line of certified gluten-free supplements. The C-LIAC Support Pack includes a full spectrum of vitamins, minerals, probiotics, essential fatty acids and digestive enzymes. Sold in individually wrapped packets marked AM or PM, the supplements are targeted for optimal morning and evening dosing. Available with or without iron, they’re free of dairy, egg, yeast and corn. (They do contain a trace of soy.) Here’s a convenient and effective way to bolster your health.


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