Diet and health workshops
Meeting your nutritional needs with our specialist workshops.
Coeliac UK provide many tools and resources for helping you choose the right foods for your dietary needs and this includes a series of workshops developed and hosted by our dietitians.
Our workshops are designed to give you expert information and inspiration so your diet doesn’t feel more restricted than it needs to be.
We’ll be starting our series with our popular Calcium and Iron workshop that we’ve hosted at our festivals. Our dietitians have reworked the format so they can now deliver this as a webinar, directly to you in the comfort of your own home. What’s more, Coeliac UK members receive a 20% discount and can book a place for just £12 (non member price £15).
Studies have shown that low bone mineral density can affect up to 75% of people at diagnosis with coeliac disease. Calcium is an important mineral for supporting good bone health. We also know that 30-50% of people with coeliac disease have iron deficiency anaemia at the point of diagnosis, so meeting iron needs is important too. This workshop aims to help you feel confident that you are getting the calcium and iron you need from your diet.
Once you’re booked in, you’ll receive a set of exclusive resources that will be used throughout the webinar as well as to support you with your diet in the longer term.
The best support comes from people that understand and our dietitians are best placed to give you the information to manage your gluten free diet with confidence.
Places per workshop are limited, so book online today to secure your spot.
An informative workshop for coeliacs following a gluten free diet. Easy to follow and understand and detailed resources provided to add clarity.
The workshop was very informative. The presenters covered a range of topics, including specific dietary requirements (vegetarian, vegan etc). I would definitely recommend it to people who have been recently diagnosed or for those looking for a refresher course.
Even after 40+ years of being diagnosed, as someone with coeliac disease I found this session very useful — there are still things to learn and be reminded about