Join the discussion about health care issues in our nation and community on our blog, WakeMed Voices.

Nutrition & Healthy Eating Home

Share/Save/Bookmark
Decrease (-) Restore Default Increase (+)

Celiac Disease & Multiple Food Allergies (Adults & Pediatric)

nutrition celiac disease

A diagnosis of Celiac disease is usually accompanied by questions about gluten and which foods are recommended and which foods need to be avoided.  WakeMed Cary Hospital dietitians can assist you with selecting healthy gluten-free foods and plan a balanced diet to meets your individual nutritional needs.

Additionally, there has been a steady rise over the past few years of individuals diagnosed with multiple food allergies.  Both adults and children diagnosed with milk, egg, soy, and other allergies have a hard time selecting foods that meet their bodies' nutritional needs.  Our dietitians can help make appropriate changes to your diet while still meeting nutritional needs and enjoying a full and active lifestyle. 

Through extensive one-on-one counseling, dietitians can help you create a plan to avoid allergens and develop a selection of allergen-free foods.

Convenient Appointments

WakeMed Cary Hospital Outpatient Dietitians offer convenient appointments to fit your schedule from 7:30 am to 5 pm.

Insurance

Dietary and nutrition services are being offered as a covered service more frequently by health insurance providers.  Check with your insurance carrier today.

Schedule an Appointment

For more information, or to schedule an appointment, please call or have your physician FAX a referral to us. Insurance coverage and costs may vary.

Phone:  919-350-2358
FAX:  919-350-8959

Ask A Dietitian

WakeMed dietitians are ready to provide helpful information on a variety of topics. Every Wednesday we will respond to a question submitted on the WakeMed Voices Blog. * Note due to the volume of questions received, we are unable to respond to every question submitted.

Wondering which protein bar is best? Confused about what you heard/read in a recent nutrition news story or article? Is eating organic foods better for my health? E-mail your question to AskADietitian@wakemed.org.

Ask A Dietitian is intended for general questions about nutrition. Ask A Dietitian is not intended to be a replacement for professional medical treatment or one-on-one counseling and is not intended to establish a patient/provider relationship. Please schedule an appointment with our Registered Dietitians or your physician regarding your individual health needs.

WakeMed Voices Blog

WakeMed dietitians are frequent contributors on a variety of nutrition topics to our WakeMed Voices blog. Check out what they have to say.

 

 

 

© WakeMed Health & Hospitals, Raleigh, NC  |  919.350.8000  |