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Celiac Disease

Is an autoimmune disorder that’s triggered when you eat gluten. It’s also known as celiac sprue, nontropical sprue, or gluten-sensitive enteropathy. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye, barley, and sometimes oats. It involves destruction and inflammation of the inner lining of the small intestine and may lead to the malabsorption of nutrients and minerals. The mainstay of treatment is a strict gluten-free diet that can help manage symptoms and promote intestinal healing.
This disease may affect a person of any age but it often begins in early childhood. Variation in symptoms may depend on the amount of gluten consumed, age at which a person starts eating gluten and the level of damage to small intestine

Symptoms

Some common symptoms of celiac disease include:

  • Gastrointestinal disorders, such as abdominal cramps, diarrhoea, nausea and vomiting, and bloating.
  • Foul-smelling fatty or bloody stools
    pain in joints.
  • Psychological disorders like depression, irritability, and panic attacks
    infertility.
  • Never ending hunger.
  • Malnutrition and nutrition deficiencies like vitamin B12, D, and K, including iron deficiency – anemia.
  • Mouth sores and tooth discoloration.
  • Muscle wasting, muscle weakness, and muscle cramps with weakness and fatigue.
  • Neurological disorders like nerve damage, leading to tingling in the legs and feet, migraine and headaches

Diet Care Clinic provide a healthy and effective solution to people suffering from celiac disease. We evaluate your lifestyle, body type and habits to provide the most effective diet plan that meets all your nutrition needs. The diets are designed in a way to help you cope with the problem of celiac disease without any extra burden on the person who is taking care of your kitchen. At regular interval, we keep a follow-up with you to understand if you are facing any complication or are experiencing any physiological changes. This helps us in making the necessary changes in your schedule, if required.
So, if you need to fight this disease nutritional, converse with our specialist on the web or meet her face to face by fixing an arrangement.

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A low-carb diet is low in carbohydrates, primarily found in sugary foods, pasta and bread. Instead, you eat real foods including protein, natural fats and vegetables.

Why is it that conventional diets don't work?

Ketogenic diets are, in fact, closely related to the Paleolithic diet. Both exclude carbohydrates and aim at eating real food. Today carbohydrates make up the majority of our diet and have significant implications for our health including hormone balance.

How is weight loss achieved on ketogenic diets?

This is probably the most commonly asked question, as many people are concerned about the real effects of ketosis. Does ketosis work? There are three main effects of low-carb diets which I have covered.

What is insulin and what does it do?

Insulin is one of the most important hormones. It is secreted by the pancreas and is what ketogenic diets mostly focus on, as it affects body fat and metabolism of carbohydrates. It is effectively a storage hormone, responsible for moving nutrients out of the blood stream and into target tissues. Its other job is to regulate your blood sugar level.

Do I need to count calories? Do calories matter?

It's a common misconception that you can eat an unlimited amount of calories and still lose weight. Although this doesn't happen often, you can put on weight even on a low-carb diet. Low-carb ketogenic diets have natural appetite suppressing effects This is why you'll eat less and won't need to count calories which is one of the main effects of the ketogenic diet.

How do I track my macros / my carb intake?

Together with my partner, we have developed an app specifically for this purpose. The KetoDiet app will help you track macronutrients, electrolytes so you can achieve your goals – whether it's losing weight or simply eating real food! For more about our app, read this post: KetoDiet App FAQ

How long does it take to get into ketosis?

It usually takes 2-3 days to enter ketosis if you keep within your optimal net carbs limit. You can speed this process up by exercising to accelerate the depletion of glycogen in your body. If you are quite sedentary, it may take up to a week based on experience. Once you stick to the plan, it's actually easy to get into ketosis, as you will find out using ketone detection strips or blood ketone meter.

What is keto-adaptation?

Keto adaptation occurs when the body shifts away from glucose and towards fat metabolism. The adaptations to ketosis are complex and involve most systems of the body. The major adaptations occur in the body's tissues, especially the brain, liver, kidney and muscles (Lyle McDonald, The Ketogenic Diet, chapter 5, 1998).

How often and how much should I eat?

Try to eat slowly and avoid any other activity while eating. You will gradually regain the ability to recognise when you've had enough. There is no reason to clear the plate completely if you feel full. It's your health and there is nothing wrong about that.

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