From a reader:
My husband has Celiac Disease. The communion is wheat. What is he to do?
You have options.
First, you can tell the priest(s) at the parish about the condition and ask if your husband could receive only the Precious Blood.
Otherwise, you if the priest would consecrate a gluten-free host (or low-gluten), obtained from an approved maker, in a small separate pyx, for your husbands Communion.
I did this at a Mass on Sunday morning, as a matter of fact. A woman explained the problem and had a pyx with a gluten free host. No problem. She came up first at Communion. After she received, I went back to the altar for the ciborium with the normal Hosts.
If you explain the situation to the priest(s), I am confident that some accommodation will be made. Go ahead and call the priest at your parish for an appointment to talk about it. You could offer to buy the hosts, if the parish does not have them already.
It may be that others in the parish have this condition and some arrangement has already been worked out.
You might also want to point out this information from the USCCB on the matter. Another of my posts on this and also low-alcohol altar wine HERE In that, there are addresses for places which make gluten free or low gluten hosts.