Celiac Support Groups Online

Online Support – 🙂

Hello again,

My goodness, creating reference tools can be very challenging.

Given that we are very new together here, I aim to prepare some support material – as this new site grows – I hope this will be – with your help too 🙂

I’ll share some wonderful pieces of information that will make life for the Gluten Intolerant folk here, and throughout my family and friends easier.

My contribution and my way to help,   is food….. glorious food ….  and I genuinely believe as I mentioned on a day earlier here – complying to a gluten free diet is like a challenge for my absolute, horrendous and total dislike for Tripe, Livers, Kidneys, Beef Cheeks and Brains of any animal….(except when someone else has prepared the chicken based pate !)

 

These pieces of information are a direct credit to Google –  and are the references points I find so helpful in being constructive and being sure I’m doing the best I can for my loved ones and friends……

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“What country has the highest rate of celiac disease?

The highest prevalence rate of celiac disease worldwide has been reported in North Africa. There is evidence that the prevalence rates of celiac disease in parts of North India are comparable to those in the West; celiac disease has also been reported among South Asian immigrants in the United Kingdom.  “.
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(So we are very challenged in Australia then – hey  ….  and another piece of useless information of interest….
Australia and European Associations spell this medical issue in the same way  “Coeliac” – can’t help myself  but look for the trivia as well ).
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Wonderful – Helpful Websites.
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www.coeliac.org.au –  Australia
www.nationalceliac.org – ( National Health Foundation  – USA)
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BeyondCeliac.org provided these images on their website – makes it easy to see how we share this problem in our communities, and in greater numbers than expected.

Chart showing 83% of celiac sufferers are misdiagnosed with other conditions

5 – 22% of people with celiac disease have an immediate family member who also has celiac disease.

1 in ever 133 people in America are diagnosed with Celiac Disease.

Graphic showing people with celiac disease have immediate family member who also has celiac disease

https://www.aoecs.org  –   (The Association of European Coeliac Societies )

 

Coeliac societies outside of Europe

ARGENTINA

Asistencia al Celiaco de la Argentina – ACELA

www.acela.org.ar 

Asociación Celíaca Argentina – ACA

www.celiaco.org.ar

AUSTRALIA

Coeliac Australia

www.coeliac.org.au

info@coeliac.org.au

Tel: 0061 2 94875088

BRAZIL

Federação Nacional das Associações de Celíacos do Brasil (FENACELBRA)

www.fenacelbra.com.br

CANADA

Canadian Celiac Association

www.celiac.ca

info@celiac.ca

CHILE

Fundacion Convivir

www.fundacionconvivir.cl

contacto@fundacionconvivir.cl

CHINA

Gluten-free Shanghai

www.glutenfreeshanghai.com

contact@glutenfreeshanghai.com

COSTA RICA

Asociación Pro Personas Celiacas de Costa Rica

asociacionpropersonasceliacas@gmail.com

Facebook

CUBA

Grupo de Celíacos de Cuba 
Address:

Garrido 20708, Herarra y San Antonio
Reparto Carolina
San Miguel del Padrón
La Habana, Cuba

Tel: +53 (7) 91 41 28

IRAN

Iranian Celiac Disease

www.celiac.ir

 

JORDAN

Celiac and Non-Celiac Care Providers

www.cccps.org

Twitter: #cccpsjo

Facebook : @cccps.jo

00962 79 1430104

00962 79 6586374

KOSOVO

Kosovo Association for Coeliac Disease – CELIAKKOS

Shoqata kosovare për celiakinë – CELIAKKOS

Kosovsko udruženje za celijakiju – CELIAKKOS

celiakkos@gmail.com

Tel +383 44 938 102

Facebook

LEBANON

Lebanese Celiac Association

www.lebaneseceliacs.org

info@lebaneseceliacs.org

Facebook

LITHUANIA

Lithuanian Coeliac and Gluten Intolerant Association

www.begliuteno.lt

info@begliuteno.lt

Facebook

MEXICO

Asistencia al Celíaco de México – ACELMEX

www.acelmex.org.mx

ceciliafonolla@acelmex.org.mx

MOROCCO

Association Marocaine des Intolérants au Gluten – AMIG

amigsitenord@yahoo.fr

Tel. 00212 6 61 66 53 75

NEW ZEALAND

Coeliac New Zealand

admin@coeliac.org.nz

www.coeliac.org.nz

PAKISTAN

Pakistani Celiac Society

www.celiac.com.pk

info@celiac.com.pk

PANAMA

Fundación de Celiacos de Panama (FUCEP)

www.acepa.blogspot.com

fucepa06@hotmail.com

PARAGUAY

Fundación Paraguaya de Celiacos – FUPACEL

www.fupacel.org.py

secretaria@fupacel.org.py

SAUDI ARABIA

Saudi Celiac Patients Support Group

www.saudi-celiac.com

webmaster@saudi-celiac.com

TUNISIA

Association Tunisienne de la Maladie Coeliaque

www.atmc.org.tn

atmc@topnet.tn

Tel: 00216 71 98 1268

TURKEY

Cölyakla Yasam Dernegi

www.colyak.org.tr

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Gluten Free – U.A.E

www.glutenfreeuae.com

glutenfree.uae@gmail.com

URUGUAY

Asociación Celíaca del Uruguay – ACELU

www.acelu.org

consultas@acelu.org

USA

National Celiac Association

www.nationalceliac.org

Beyond Celiac

www.beyondceliac.org

 

 

2 thoughts on “Celiac Support Groups Online”

  1. I had no idea that there were so many online resources available for people with celiac. This is really helpful as a good friend of mine just got diagnosed. Thank you for this. I will be sharing it with him.

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