Tax Tips for Celiac Clients

Description: The additional cost of a gluten-free diet may be used as a medical expense and claimed as an income tax deduction (depending on income). Celiac clients should discuss this information with an accountant. Target Audience: Patients diagnosed with celiac


Gluten-Free Food Labeling (Canada)

Description: The Canadian government has not released regulations regarding gluten-free labelling, but Canadian dietitians may be asked about this topic with the media attention surrounding the new US regulations. Under the Enhanced Labelling for Food Allergen and Gluten Sources and


Tax Tips for Celiac Clients (US)

Description: Clients diagnosed with celiac disease may be able to claim the additional cost of a gluten-free diet and admission/transportation to education events. Celiac clients should discuss this information with an accountant. Target Audience: Patients diagnosed with celiac disease Organization:


Gluten-Free Food Labeling (US)

Description: The Food and Drug Administration has recently issued a final rule regarding “gluten-free” labelling. In summary, wheat, rye and barley are gluten-containing grains. “Gluten-Free” claims cannot be used if the product: contains a gluten grain (exception: gluten has been