Useful links and further information Please find below some links to other websites that we feel might be useful.
The Coeliac Uk website gives simple, practical diet on what to eat and drink making it possible for coeliacs and the wheat intolerant to lead a normal life. I especially like the recipe section and can vouch that the recipes I’ve tried so far have been yummy!
Heart of Cooking website - www.coeliac.org.uk
Allergy free menu planners
A recommended meal planning website - this is one of the best sites I have found , which offers a menu planning service for all kinds of food allergies and intolerances - http://allergyfreemenuplanners.com/dap/a/?a=241
Most major supermarkets publish free from lists either as emailed documents or as information on their websites.
Waitrose send out published food lists, simply send an e-mail to customer services with your address: email@example.com
Sainsbury’s have a page with links to their free-from products sorted by categories: wheat free, nut-free etc.
Tesco have developed a ‘Free From’ range to ensure that food allergies and intolerance do not restrict people’s options for a healthy and balanced diet. All the products in this range are free from gluten, wheat or milk and there are over 150 products such as pitta bread, baguettes, pasta, cereal bars. Free From foods can be found grouped together in most stores.
The free from product list is available from Customer Services on 0800 505555 or by mail to:
Tesco Customer Service
PO Box 73
Dryburgh Industrial Estate
The British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT) is the professional body for Nutritional Therapists. Its primary function is to assist its members in attaining the highest standards of integrity, knowledge, competence and professional practice, in order to protect the client’s interests, nutritional therapy and the Nutritional Therapist - www.bant.org.uk
CNHC is the UK regulator for complementary healthcare practitioners.
Its key function is to enhance public protection by setting standards for registration with CNHC. The CNHC ‘quality mark’ is being recognised as the hallmark of quality for the sector. This means that the general public, and those who commission the services of complementary healthcare practitioners, will be able to choose with confidence by looking for the CNHC quality mark. - www.cnhc.org.uk
Natural Therapy Pages
On this site you can find comprehensive descriptions and articles of interest about many of the complementary therapies, alternative therapies and massage therapies available in the United Kingdom. Outlined are general therapy descriptions, the disease that they help and what to expect in a typical treatment session. Reading about these therapies is the first learning phase for you, contacting a practitioner will guide you toward the healing experience. - www.naturaltherapypages.co.uk
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