Healthy Diet and Daily Instructions for People Who Celiac Disease – Allowed:

It is important for people who have celiac disease to abide by the following instructions.

GENERAL ADVICE FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE CELIAC:

  1. Often Celiac patient feel frustrated due to food restrictions and the inability to eat many foods; therefore, there is a distinct need to make a diet that is healthy and versatile as much as possible.
  2. Adhere to a gluten free diet that is rich in vitamins, minerals and essential nutrients.
  3. Take the therapeutic package for celiac to also kill candida (fungus) that causes celiac and other diseases.

LIQUIDS (WATER- JUICES- TEAS)

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  1. Prefer to drink the following teas: chamomile, sage, ginger, cinnamon, fennel, fenugreek, Melissa, licorice, rosemary and anise. (You can mix them all together)
  2. Drink a glass of fresh cabbage juice in the morning and another one in the evening for 3 continuous months.
  3. Eat one mashed clove of garlic with a spoonful of nectar honey twice a day to treat celiac.
  4. Consume an amount of 1 small cup of olive oil throughout the day (you can add olive oil to your food). Olive oil is rich in essential fatty acids.

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

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  1. Consume plenty of fruits and vegetables that are rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fiber. Preferably, eat onions, cranberries, grapes, strawberries, apples, pepper, tomatoes, eggplants, broccoli, celery and artichoke.
  2. Eat foods that are high in calcium such as leafy greens and broccoli.
  3. Consume fresh fruits and vegetables that are rich in B vitamins such as leafy greens, sprouts, root vegetables, apples, pears, and papaya).
    B vitamins are important for protecting the mucus membrane of the digestive system and for the proper functioning of the immune system.
  4. Consume vegetables that improve digestion and absorption process. Preferably eat orange vegetables (carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkins), root vegetables (parsley, celery, beets), and pickled vegetables.
  5. Celiac patients should eat fresh organic papaya and pineapples, or drink their juices.
  6. Prefer to eat avocados because they are rich in fatty acids.

WHOLE GRAINS – LEGUMES – SEEDS AND NUTS

  1. Consume food that contain fatty acids especially omega3. Preferably, eat flaxseeds, raw seeds and nuts (walnuts and almonds) and sesame.
    Omega3 helps maintain the health and integrity of cells.
  2. Consume foods that are high in zinc such as legumes, sprouts, raw nuts and seeds (pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds).
    Zinc helps repair and heal the membranes, and is important to the proper functioning of the digestive system and the immune system.
  3. Eat foods that are high in calcium such as soy, spirulina, tahini, almonds, and raw nuts.
  4. Eat 1 spoon of freshly ground cumin in the morning and another one in the evening.
  5. Prefer to have Frankincense on a regular basis to treat celiac.
  6. You should have 1tsp of turmeric every days.
  7. Consume spices that improve digestion and absorption process such as pepper, turmeric, basil, sage, and thyme.

FISH AND SEAFOOD

  1. Consume food that contain fatty acids especially omega3. Preferably, eat sardines, salmon, tuna, mackerel, and halibut.
    Omega3 helps maintain the health and integrity of cells.
  2. Prefer to consume fish and seafood because they are high in zinc.
    Zinc helps repair and heal the membranes, and is important to the proper functioning of the digestive system and the immune system.

Healthy Diet and Daily Instructions for People Who Celiac Disease – Prohibited:

  1. Foods that contain gluten such as wheat, rye and barley, semolina and bulgur.
  2. Foods that may contain gluten. Be-carful when you have some of the processed foods because they may contain gluten such as ice-cream, sauces, wine, packed foods, packed nuts, dried fruits, soup powder, frozen meat, vinegar, snacks, some dietary supplements, and foods that contain vitamin E because it is made of sprouts.
  3. Prefer to avoid oatmeal because it contain a protein like substance called gliadin which might cause allergy.
  4. Milk and dairy.
  5. Foods that weaken the immune system and the digestive system such as foods from an animal source (red meat, eggs, milk, dairy), sugar and foods that contain sugar.
  6. Fried food, processed food and canned food that contain preservatives and food dyes.
  7. Soft drinks and energy drinks and sodas.
  8. Smoking and alcohol.

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