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There are no proven treatments that assist with celiac disease. Enzyme therapies that claim to digest gluten may be available in health food stores or other outlets, but there is no scientific evidence that they are effective in treating celiac disease.

Coping and support

It can be difficult, and stressful, to follow a completely gluten-free diet. Here are some ways to help you cope and to feel more in control.

  • Get educated. Educate those around you — including family and friends — so they can recognize, acknowledge and support your efforts in dealing with the disease.
  • Follow your doctor's recommendations. If you are diagnosed with celiac disease, it's necessary to maintain a totally gluten-free diet.
  • Find a support group. It's helpful to know that you're not alone. You may find comfort in sharing your experience and struggles and meeting people who face similar challenges. Organizations such as the Celiac Disease Foundation, Gluten Intolerance Group, the Celiac Support Association and Beyond Celiac can help put you in touch with others who have had similar experiences and can understand what you're going through.

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