Gluten Free & Celiac Disease Nutritionist Carly Feigan, CN/ACE

What exactly is gluten? Why do you want to be on a gluten free diet? What is gluten anyway? Why is gluten “bad” for you?

We will answer all of these questions, and offer you a certified gluten free meal plan that will enable you to have more energy, less bloat, and give you freedom from many of your digestive problems, as well as more vitality.

Let’s understand what gluten is exactly, which grains contain it, and what happens when you have a gluten sensitivity or Celiac Sprue.  Whether you are voluntarily opting to remove gluten from your diet completely, or you have a gluten “sensitivity”, or you were diagnosed with Celiac, you will come away with a comprehensive gluten free meal plan that you can live with .. ( besides, many of your favorite foods and snacks are now available in gluten free options).

WHEAT, BARLEY, RYE, TRITICALE (wheat and rye ) and  OCCASIONALLY OATS are the grains that contain “gliadin” the protein component of actual gluten.

Gluten is the protein in these grains that gives them their elasticity. And what people will avoid when they go gluten free.

Many of the symptoms related to gluten “sensitivity” are bloating, unexplained tiredness, brain fog, and digestive issues such as intermittent diarrhea, and constipation, ADHD,  just to name a few.

If you are looking for a nutritionist that specializes in gluten free meal plans, you found the right one.

I, myself have been diagnosed with Celiac Sprue about 28 years ago and have adhered to a strict gluten free diet for almost 28 years.

So I can safely say that I will offer you the best, most up to date gluten free meal plan available, and will customize a menu for you that you can live with for as long as you choose. You will also receive about 8-10 gluten free recipes, what foods to avoid “lists” and what foods are safe lists, as well as a carefully planned out menu with several delicious gluten free breakfast, lunch and dinner options.

We will also plan and list all of the “gluten free” snack options that are safe for you.

So if you are looking for a way to remove gluten from your diet, permanently, or temporarily. Whether you just want to go “gluten free” or you have diagnosed with celiac sprue by your doctor and you don’t know how to plan your menu, I can help.

Give us a call now for your complimentary 10-15 minute phone session with New York Nutritionist Carly Feigan, to determine whether she can help you.

Call 646-226-1745 or email Carly at or fill out the inquiry form.