Once again, the celiac community receives good news to help celiacs because with the inertia to change and find implications that favor commitments, has launched the Project to Aid Spanish Celiac (PACE).
Thus, professional institutions Chemical and socially aware are concerned about the social problem of the celiac patients, whose access to food is dificult and limited by various factors such as economic, manufacturing and distribution. The professionals believe that in the XXI century it is unacceptable that a significant percentage of the population does not have an adequate quality of life.
Science in general and chemistry in particular, with the cooperation of the authorities and social partners can promote significant improvement in the situation of this group, allowing early detection and more secure, as well as the development of new foods without gluten and better distribution throughout the Spanish geography.
Thus, highly qualified experts in the fields of health, analytical research, industry, administration, professional associations and other social actors, gathered at a round table to present the PACE Project, planned for improve the quality of life of celiac patients.
The primary objective of P.A.C.E. is to promote through successive and different actions taking place over the coming months, the search for Celiac Disease Emerging Solutions and its dissemination.
P.A.C.E. intends to present a comprehensive and detailed the problems of celiac disease from all angles: from the importance and level of involvement that has celiac disease in society, the early detection of this, their problems at school level, the safe analysis of gluten in foods, the availability of specialized medical care, to the imperative of having enough food without gluten, which is not currently feasible given the scarcity of supply and high cost of these foods.
Monzon Celiacs organize a meal
Around 50 people, including celiac and family, held on Sunday July 4 at Monzon, a meal with the intention of sharing experiences, to help celiacs concerns and worries of the sick, and enjoy a few dishes, concocted for them.
In most cases, links to other celiac disease is a source of mutual aid in order to understand the disease, diet and proper conduct together to overcome the technical and practical difficulties that may arise. On this occasion, the 18 celiac Monzon, join the two half-day of Pisces Restaurant.
From the bus, thank the great support they receive from the Celiac Association of Aragon with its information and advice on food and help in the socio-professional problems, family and upbringing that may occur to persons as a result of celiac disease.