Celiac Disease Nutritionists and Dietitians near Slingerlands, NY

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Jennifer Bannigan
Nutritionist/Dietitian, MS, RDN, CDN, CLT
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Slingerlands, NY 12159
Have you been experiencing unexplained food sensitivities, told you have IBS without guidance on what that means? Has your practitioner suggested you should start a gluten free diet to reduce inflammation? Maybe you feel starting a vegetarian or vegan diet is the best to start feeling better? Trained on the use of a low FODMAP diet for IBS by Monash University and a Certified Leap Therapist, I can help you find answers and the best way to maintain a healthy diet. Your don't have to struggle alone!
Have you been experiencing unexplained food sensitivities, told you have IBS without guidance on what that means? Has your practitioner suggested you should start a gluten free diet to reduce inflammation? Maybe you feel starting a vegetarian or vegan diet is the best to start feeling better? Trained on the use of a low FODMAP diet for IBS by Monash University and a Certified Leap Therapist, I can help you find answers and the best way to maintain a healthy diet. Your don't have to struggle alone!
(518) 331-1929 View (518) 331-1929
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Inner Path Nutrition
Nutritionist/Dietitian, RDN, CD
Verified Verified
Albany, NY 12201
Helping you build a firm feeding and nutrition foundation for life! Integrative and practical nutrition education and tools for your extremely picky eater. Our approach is rooted in philosophies of responsive feeding, neuro-diversity affirming and trauma-informed health care. It is also informed by our own journeys as caregivers and humans that have struggled with the ups and downs of physical and mental health challenges. Our goal is to act in the best interests of clients at all times by infusing our assessments, recommendations, and counseling with the latest nutrition science, including functional and integrative approaches.
Helping you build a firm feeding and nutrition foundation for life! Integrative and practical nutrition education and tools for your extremely picky eater. Our approach is rooted in philosophies of responsive feeding, neuro-diversity affirming and trauma-informed health care. It is also informed by our own journeys as caregivers and humans that have struggled with the ups and downs of physical and mental health challenges. Our goal is to act in the best interests of clients at all times by infusing our assessments, recommendations, and counseling with the latest nutrition science, including functional and integrative approaches.
(802) 328-9971 View (802) 328-9971
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Kate V Melei
Nutritionist/Dietitian, MS, RD, RDN
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Delmar, NY 12054
I can’t wait to work with you. I have over 20 years of experience or registered dietitian. I want to help you create Nutrition change where it is needed to help you succeed. Whether it is weight, loss, disease, management, sports, nutrition, hydration, supplements, or many other topics, Nutrition can help.
I can’t wait to work with you. I have over 20 years of experience or registered dietitian. I want to help you create Nutrition change where it is needed to help you succeed. Whether it is weight, loss, disease, management, sports, nutrition, hydration, supplements, or many other topics, Nutrition can help.
(518) 543-9844 View (518) 543-9844
Photo of Mary Ann Stockhauser - Mary's Nutritional Wellness PLLC , MS, RD, CDN, Nutritionist/Dietitian
Mary's Nutritional Wellness PLLC
Nutritionist/Dietitian, MS, RD, CDN
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Albany, NY 12201  (Online Only)
Welcome to Mary’s Nutritional Wellness PLLC! As a registered dietitian, I am here to provide you with the tools, resources & knowledge to give you long term success with food, nutrition & your body! Working with me is different than any diet you’ve ever tried. Incorporating health at every size (HAES) helps me meet you wherever you are and provide you with simple, realistic goals for you to feel your best. I work with a diverse population and practice inclusivity.
Welcome to Mary’s Nutritional Wellness PLLC! As a registered dietitian, I am here to provide you with the tools, resources & knowledge to give you long term success with food, nutrition & your body! Working with me is different than any diet you’ve ever tried. Incorporating health at every size (HAES) helps me meet you wherever you are and provide you with simple, realistic goals for you to feel your best. I work with a diverse population and practice inclusivity.
(315) 847-4699 View (315) 847-4699
Photo of Courtney Lee, MS, RDN, CLT, CFCS, Nutritionist/Dietitian
Courtney Lee
Nutritionist/Dietitian, MS, RDN, CLT, CFCS
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Albany, NY 12208
Are digestive issues controlling your life? Is the fear of needing the next restroom calling the shots? Are you worried about something in your child’s diet causing inflammation but are unsure where to start? Does you have eczema or chronic sinus infections and you can’t figure out why? Do you have persistent acid reflux, GERD, Crohn’s, or IBS that doesn’t improve with medications? If you're dealing with debilitating inflammation, you could get your life back with changing your diet—not multiple surgeries, not life-long medications. Let’s work together to get to the root cause and use your diet to heal your body.
Are digestive issues controlling your life? Is the fear of needing the next restroom calling the shots? Are you worried about something in your child’s diet causing inflammation but are unsure where to start? Does you have eczema or chronic sinus infections and you can’t figure out why? Do you have persistent acid reflux, GERD, Crohn’s, or IBS that doesn’t improve with medications? If you're dealing with debilitating inflammation, you could get your life back with changing your diet—not multiple surgeries, not life-long medications. Let’s work together to get to the root cause and use your diet to heal your body.
(423) 401-9617 View (423) 401-9617
Celiac Disease Nutritionists and Dietitians

What is celiac disease?

Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder in which the consumption of gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye, triggers a significant immune response within the body. This response damages the small intestine, specifically targeting the villi—small projections within the gut that are crucial for nutrient absorption. The destruction of these villi leads to malabsorption of essential nutrients, resulting in symptoms such as malnutrition, osteopenia, gastrointestinal distress, and deficiencies in vitamins and minerals. Fortunately, most individuals with celiac disease can manage their symptoms effectively by following a gluten-free diet, which often includes alternatives like rice-based products.

What foods are not allowed if you have celiac disease?

Since gluten is present in foods containing wheat, barley, or rye, consuming products with these ingredients can trigger celiac disease symptoms. Common sources of gluten include bread, pasta, baked goods, crackers, and cereal products. However, gluten can also be found in unexpected places, such as certain milk-based products, salad dressings, processed meats, and energy/nutrition bars. To avoid accidental gluten consumption, individuals with celiac disease should check ingredient labels and be aware of ingredients derived from gluten-containing grains, such as malt from barley.

What diet is best for people with celiac disease?

A gluten-free diet is the most effective way to manage the symptoms of celiac disease. The increasing availability of "gluten-free" products, along with the abundance of naturally gluten-free grains such as rice, potatoes, oats, quinoa, and corn, has made it easier to maintain a gluten-free lifestyle. Other than reducing or eliminating the consumption of gluten, however, there is no single diet that is best for individuals with celiac disease. Even without gluten, individuals can consume a balanced diet that includes fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and high-quality sources of protein. Indeed, consuming foods rich in vitamins and minerals is particularly important for those with celiac disease, as they often experience nutrient deficiencies due to malabsorption issues prior to diagnosis.

How can a dietitian help with celiac disease?

Dietitians can help with celiac disease by providing guidance on how to maintain a healthy gluten-free lifestyle. They can provide tips on how to avoid gluten-containing foods, including foods that may be at high-risk of gluten contamination. They can also offer substitution recommendations that ensure clients still consume enough healthy grains within their diet, and they can help clients navigate other resources that may be helpful in the management of their disease. In some cases, a dietitian may assist in identifying a gluten sensitivity; although registered dietitians (RDs) can't officially diagnose celiac disease, they may be particularly familiar with celiac disease symptoms and be able to help clients connect to a medical professional for further testing and treatment if they suspect a client may have the condition.