Why Do You Need CeliVites Supplements

The main causes of nutritional deficiencies in celiac patients and the gluten intolerant are malabsorption, as well as the restrictive nature of and lack of fortification in gluten free foods – all of which place an added burden on an already stressed body.


After years of gluten injury, it can take 5-10 years for the intestines of celiac patients to recover. And some never do. As a result, those living with celiac often suffer prolonged malabsorption, which in turn leads to serious nutrient deficiencies.

Gluten Free Diet Challenges

Nutritional deficiencies are also linked to a long-term gluten free diet. Research has shown that after 10 years on a gluten free diet, many show signs of poor vitamin status. The reason? Gluten free food choices are inherently restrictive and not fortified in the same way traditional gluten-containing foods are.

Health Consequences

Deficiencies include vitamins A, B2, B6, B12, D, folic acid, zinc, iron, folate and calcium.

Nutrient deficiencies increase the probability of anemia, osteopenia or osteoporosis, fragile hair, peripheral neuropathy, and depression, as well as other conditions.

CeliVites complete line of superior supplements for people living with celiac disease work to help you heal, restore and rebuild your body.

Heal. Restore. Rebuild…with CeliVites

  • Improve nutrition for those living with celiac disease and gluten intolerance;
  • Are formulated for maximum absorption and bioavailability;
  • Contain only the best and safest ingredients on the market;
  • Can be taken as a system or individually without creating toxicity.
The complete CeliVites line of products:
Body Health

Body Health multivitamin provides the specific nutrients commonly lacking in those living with celiac and gluten intolerance.

Bone Health

Bone Health helps strengthen bones, and is the only calcium-based supplement to provide Vitamin K2 in a dose clinically proven to reduce bone loss.

Blood Health

Blood Health is a solution for iron and other blood related deficiencies, and supports healthy red blood cell development.