follows a gluten-free diet. My younger daughter Katya does not have the disease but usually eats gluten-free for ease and to avoid arguments. Zofia, the baby, does not eat food and can't comment at present.
Initially adapting to parenting a child with Coeliac's seemed daunting. I found it useful talking to other parents and sharing experiences. I also found Coeliac UK very helpful and was pleased to join the member2member programme when it started. This scheme matches up parents of newly diagnosed children with those who have a bit more experience (http://www.coeliac.org.uk/gluten-free-diet-lifestyle/family-and-friends/support-for-parents/member2member-programme) , and I would recommend getting in contact with them if you are a parent looking for support.
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