Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Diet in celiac disease

Diet in celiac disease
This diet aims to provide a complete diet, eliminating foods under gliadin-containing compound soluble in the gluten protein found in wheat, barley, oats, rye and wheat derivatives.Gluten-free diet is recommended for people suffering from celiac disease (also called celiac syndrome, celiac, gluten enteropathy, nontropical sprue or celiac sprue), and / or dermatitis herpetiformis Duhring. Following this diet for life, patients will prevent specific complications: abdominal cramps, bloating, diarrhea, tired, intestinal gas and weight loss.Gluten-free diet requires a careful choice of food, both homemade and commercially available. Gluten-free products contain no preservatives and should be kept in the refrigerator or freezer.
Nutritional information products:
Even if you have to avoid gluten, you can eat a variety of foods, providing all the nutrients the body needs. But for this, you must carefully read the nutritional information on food displayed: 

Avoid products that contain wheat, barley, oats, rye and wheat derivatives, but also stabilizers gluten, hydrolysed vegetable protein (HVP) and texturized vegetable protein (TVP).Ingredients labeled as additives, cereals and cereal grains, colorings, emulsifiers, excipients, flavorings, hydrolyzed plant protein (HPP), malt, preservatives, starch (including modified starch) can be derived from cereals containing gluten.If the packaging ingredients list is not displayed, contact the manufacturer for detailed information (name and address must appear on the package). If you're not sure (a) the content of a product provinta trade is better not to buy it until you get the list of ingredients from producer.
Foods allowed:Bread and cereals - 6-11 servings daily
- Bread prepared with flour: amaranth, beans, buckwheat, carob, chickpeas, corn, flax, millet, peas, potatoes, quinoa, rice, sorghum, soybeans, walnuts, yams, teff.Note: The bread that does not contain gluten is heated tasty little or fried.
- Easter meal prepared from corn, potato, rice, soy
- Corn chips and tortilla meal
- Polenta
- Popcorn
- Soy Cookies
Fruits - 2-4 servings daily
- All the fruit (fresh, dried)

Vegetables - 3 to 5 servings daily
- Fresh vegetables (including pickles)
- Canned vegetables without gluten ingredients (most vegetables contain commercially prepared gluten)

Milk and dairy products - 2-3 servings daily

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