Our expert says:
I am well thank you and glad to hear that your anaemia is improving. I did not realise that you don't live in South Africa, but in Ireland! This does complicate matters a bit, but I did an Internet Search for the Irish equivalent of our Dietetics Association and found out that in Ireland you have the Irish Nutrition & Dietetics Institute with the following contact info: Address: Ashgrove House, Kill Avenue, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel: 01-2804839. PLEASE phone the Irish Institute and ask them Immediately how to contact a dietitian in your area, because you need professional advice on your diet and also what supplements you can and cannot use. For your own sake arrange to see an Irish dietitian at once. If you suffer from coeliac disease you need careful guidance every step of the way until you have got used to what you can eat and that is what the dietitian will help you with. First talk to the dietitian and then if necessary buy supplements and/or enzyme preparations.
Holding thumbs that you will now receive the help you need.
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