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American Dietitians Conference, CA


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The Gluten-Free Diet...What Every Dietitian Needs to Know

* Gluten-free diet guidelines

* New food allergen and gluten-free labeling regulations

* Quality of life issues

* gluten-free baking demonstration and practical tips for fail-proof results

* Sample of gluten-free specialty products

* Free "Celiac Disease and Gluten-Free Diet Tool Kit for Dietitians"

Monday Otober 4

5:00 - 6:30 pm

Clarion Hotel Anaheim

616 Convention Way

Orangewood Ballroom

Shelley Case, RD

* Medical Advisory Board: Celiac Disease Foundation, Gluten Intolerance Group & Canadian Celiac Association

* Author: "Gluten-Free Diet: A Comprehensive Resource Guide"

Panel of Dietitians Living With Celiac Disease

Carol Fenster, PhD

* Author and Publisher of Gluten-Free Cookbooks and Books from Savory Palate Press

Sponsored by the Celiac Disease Foundation and Friends of Celiac Disease Research



New Diagnostic and Treatment Options for Celiac Disease

* Presentations of celiac disease and associated conditions

* Serology, biopsy and genetic testing

* Current research treatment modalities

* Nutrition and dietary concerns

* Controversial grains

Tuesday, October 5

10:00 - 11:00 am

Anaheim Convention Center

Dr. Michelle Pietzak, MD

* Director: Center for Celiac Research -West

* Pediatric Gastroenterologist, Children's Hospital Los Angeles

* Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, USC Keck School of Medicine, Los Angeles

Veronica Alicea, RD, MBA

* Consultant Dietitian specializing in celiac disease, allergy and intolerances, New Jersey

Sponsored by the Dietitians in General Clinical Practice Group and American Dietetic Association

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