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Food Journal for Celiac Symptoms

Food Journal for Celiac Symptoms Author Frances Robinson
ISBN-10 1506138543
Release 2015-01-07
Pages 112
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The Food Journal for Celiac Symptoms is designed to track foods consumed and track symptoms related to Celiac Disease or other digestive disorders. Identifying offending foods that trigger a negative reaction (and eliminating them) is an important step to help minimize or avoid symptoms. This book contains a "Food and Symptom Log" in the front section to record offending foods and symptoms. These pages includes columns for: Date, Food, Symptoms and Rate (of symptom severity). This section reveals a quick overview of offending foods and symptoms. The interior "Daily Log" pages is a place to write in date of entry and the following: - Time or Meal (Write in time or Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snack) - Food or Drink Consumed - Yes or No (Check correct box if food did or did not cause symptoms) - List foods that may be causing a problem (In this section write details if a certain food caused symptoms and describe. If symptoms did occur, transfer this info to the Food and Symptom Log in front of book.) - Describe Bowel Activity (Write details of bowel movements, frequency and consistency, etc.) - Stress Level Today (Check if stress level was Mild, Average or Severe) The Food Journal for Celiac Symptoms contain enough Daily Log pages to track food and symptom data for 3 full months (or 93 daily entries).



Food Diary for Celiac Disease Diet

Food Diary for Celiac Disease Diet Author Frances P. Robinson
ISBN-10 1507614217
Release 2015-01-17
Pages 112
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The Food Diary for Celiac Disease Diet is designed to help monitor foods consumed and track symptoms of Celiac Disease or other digestive disorders. Identifying offending foods that trigger a negative reaction (and eliminating them) is an important step to help minimize or avoid symptoms. This book contains a "Food and Symptom Log" in the front section to record offending foods and symptoms. These pages includes columns for: Date, Food, Symptoms and Rate (of symptom severity). This section reveals a quick overview of offending foods and symptoms. The interior "Daily Log" pages is a place to write in date of entry and the following: - Time or Meal (Write in time or Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snack) - Food or Drink Consumed - Yes or No (Check correct box if food did or did not cause symptoms) - List foods that may be causing a problem (In this section write details if a certain food caused symptoms and describe. If symptoms did occur, transfer this info to the Food and Symptom Log in front of book.) - Describe Bowel Activity (Write details of bowel movements, frequency and consistency, etc.) - Stress Level Today (Check if stress level was Mild, Average or Severe) The Food Diary for Celiac Disease Diet will help you monitor Celiac symptoms and the book contains enough Daily Log pages to track food and symptom data for 3 full months (or 93 daily entries).



Celiac Disease and Gluten

Celiac Disease and Gluten Author Peter Koehler
ISBN-10 9780127999265
Release 2014-06-05
Pages 264
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Celiac Disease and Gluten: Multidisciplinary Challenges and Opportunities is a unique reference work—the first to integrate the insights of the causes and effects of celiac disease from the chemistry of reaction-causing foods to the diagnosis, pathogenesis, and symptoms that lead to proper diagnoses and treatment. With an estimated three million people in the United States alone affected by celiac disease, an autoimmune digestive disease, only five percent are properly diagnosed. Drawing on the connection between foods containing gluten and the resulting symptoms, this resource offers distinctive information that directly explores and links food science, medical diagnostics, and treatment information. A helpful tool for researchers and medical practitioners alike, Celiac Disease and Gluten: Multidisciplinary Challenges and Opportunities helps refine research targets, and provides a comprehensive overview on the multidisciplinary approaches to all crucial aspects related to celiac disease. Presents key information from medical and food science research, as well as provides clinical insights Provides direct corollary insights between source and symptom Written by experts whose detailed experiments and results have shaped our understanding of celiac disease



Recognizing Celiac Disease

Recognizing Celiac Disease Author Cleo J. Libonati
ISBN-10 0978862643
Release 2007-01
Pages 302
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Recognizing Celiac Disease is the complete guide to recognizing, diagnosing and managing celiac disease. It is a reader-friendly, reference manual written for both medical professionals and the general public. The NIH now estimates celiac disease affects up to 1 in 100 people, making Recognizing Celiac Disease both timely and urgently needed. The book provides: Up-to-date scientific information obtained from hundreds of research studies and case reports from around the world. Explanations of gluten (the cause of celiac disease), sources of gluten in food and how gluten triggers a harmful reaction in the body. An overview of celiac disease, including background, prevalence, description, pathophysiology, manifestations, diagnosis, management and prognosis. A complete description of the digestive process and how gluten disrupts both organ structure and function. The 3-Step Process for gluten-free diet self-management. This book will act as a guide and resource for successful dietary management by clinicians and individuals. Helpful lists of foods and ingredients commonly allowed and not allowed on a gluten-free diet. Nutritional charts detailing how deficiencies show, research study findings, case reports, response to gluten-free diet, and lists of foods with the highest sources of each nutrient to enable any person to assess his own, or a patients, state of health regarding nutritional deficiencies related to celiac disease and then manage those deficiencies. Concise charts of over 300 health manifestations detailing prevalence, description, relationship to celiac disease, symptoms, causes and response to the gluten-free diet aid clinicians and patients in identifying and treating disorders caused by, or related to, celiac disease. 2 indexes, a comprehensive glossary, charts, figures and numbered citations from hundreds of medical journals, periodicals and texts for further study. The main index, listing over 1,000 entries, enables readers to quickly find what they are looking for and learn whether any worldwide medical studies have associated a medical condition or symptom with celiac disease. Recognizing Celiac Disease is the first compendium on celiac disease. It has received endorsements from faculty at Columbia, Harvard, Jefferson and Temple University medical schools. Recognizing Celiac Disease is also endorsed by the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness and the Celiac Sprue Association USA.Whether you work in a medical field or are just interested in celiac disease, Recognizing Celiac Disease is a valuable reference tool you will use again and again.www.recognizingceliacdisease.com



Celiac Disease Nutrition Guide

Celiac Disease Nutrition Guide Author Tricia Thompson
ISBN-10 9780880913645
Release 2006
Pages 40
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This edition provides essential information for people diagnosed with Celiac disease. This easy to read "survival guide" outlines how to follow a gluten-free diet, identify food products and medications that might contain harmful grains, shop for gluten-free products at the market and online, locate companies that manufacture and/or distribute gluten-free products, safely choose foods when eating away from home and avoid cross contamination in your kitchen. Also includes information on support groups, online resources and a "Frequently Asked Questions" section.



Healthier Without Wheat

Healthier Without Wheat Author Stephen Wangen
ISBN-10 9780976853770
Release 2011-12-01
Pages 306
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Healthier Without Wheat is the leading resource for understanding, diagnosing, and living with reactions to wheat and gluten. Critically acclaimed by Library Journal, and a 2010 Book of the Year Finalist for ForeWord Magazine, Healthier Without Wheat makes sense of a complex issue and explains why millions of people feel better when they avoid gluten. Dr. Wangen, a gluten intolerant physician, has an easy-to-understand writing style and uses patient stories with scientific facts to clearly explain how gluten intolerance causes numerous maladies and is often difficult to recognize. Most importantly, this book substantiates the much larger world of non-celiac gluten intolerance.



Nutritional and Analytical Approaches of Gluten Free Diet in Celiac Disease

Nutritional and Analytical Approaches of Gluten Free Diet in Celiac Disease Author Edurne Simón
ISBN-10 9783319533421
Release 2017-05-10
Pages 94
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This study by the University of Basque Country Gluten Analysis Laboratory analyzes the gluten free diet from different perspectives. The authors provide background information on gluten, celiac disease, and other pathologies related to gluten intake. Later chapters cover topics such as techniques for gluten detection in foodstuffs and additives, as well as techniques used in complex matrices. Given that the only effective treatment for celiac disease is a strict, lifelong, gluten-free diet, and that the ingestion of small amounts of gluten can cause major symptoms in gluten intolerants, in recent years there has been an increasing interest in gluten free foodstuffs. In fact, the gluten-free product market has become one of the most prosperous in the field of food and beverages. The book provides a detailed analysis of the nutritional composition of gluten-free foodstuffs and a comparison with their gluten containing analogues. While targeted towards clinicians and science professionals, such as those working to develop gluten-free foods, it also discusses the energy and nutrient content of a gluten-free diet and offers different nutritional education strategies to improve the eating habits and nutritional status of those living with celiac disease.



The Gluten Lie

The Gluten Lie Author Alan Levinovitz
ISBN-10 9781941393789
Release 2015-04-21
Pages 272
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An incendiary work of science journalism debunking the myths that dominate the American diet and showing readers how to stop feeling guilty and start loving their food again—sure to ignite controversy over our obsession with what it means to eat right. FREE YOURSELF FROM ANXIETY ABOUT WHAT YOU EAT Gluten. Salt. Sugar. Fat. These are the villains of the American diet—or so a host of doctors and nutritionists would have you believe. But the science is far from settled and we are racing to eliminate wheat and corn syrup from our diets because we’ve been lied to. The truth is that almost all of us can put the buns back on our burgers and be just fine. Remember when butter was the enemy? Now it’s good for you. You may have lived through times when the Atkins Diet was good, then bad, then good again; you may have wondered why all your friends cut down on salt or went Paleo; and you might even be thinking about cutting out wheat products from your own diet. For readers suffering from dietary whiplash, The Gluten Lie is the answer. Scientists and physicians know shockingly little about proper nutrition that they didn’t know a thousand years ago, even though Americans spend billions of dollars and countless hours obsessing over “eating right.” In this groundbreaking work, Alan Levinovitz takes on bestselling physicians and dietitians, exposing the myths behind how we come to believe which foods are good and which are bad—and pointing the way to a truly healthful life, free from anxiety about what we eat.



Nutrition and Diet Therapy Self Instructional Approaches

Nutrition and Diet Therapy  Self Instructional Approaches Author Peggy S. Stanfield
ISBN-10 9781449660444
Release 2010-11-09
Pages 571
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Nutrition and Diet Therapy: Self-Instructional Approaches covers the fundamentals of basic nutrition, and then nutrition as therapy, in both adults and children. It is designed to work as a traditional text or a self-instructional text that allows for distance-learning and self-paced instruction. Progress checks throughout each chapter and chapter post-tests help students to evaluate their comprehension of key information. The Fifth Edition has been completely revised and updated to include My Pyramid and corresponding DRIs and all of the all figures and tables have been revised.



Mayo Clinic Going Gluten Free

Mayo Clinic Going Gluten Free Author Mayo Clinic
ISBN-10 9780848744618
Release 2014-11-11
Pages 288
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New from Mayo Clinic-the essential guide to living gluten-free. Whether diagnosed with celiac disease or just deciding if a gluten-free diet is right for you, Mayo Clinic Going Gluten-Free will help you create and maintain a gluten-free lifestyle. Both authoritative and approachable, the book includes core medical information on celiac disease in addition to focusing on practical, everyday issues, such as: --Determining if gluten-free is right for you --Common signs, symptoms and myths of celiac --Dealing with celiac if you are newly diagnosed --Maintaining a gluten-free lifestyle while traveling, during the holidays, on-the-go and at college --Helping your child manage a gluten-free diet --Properly reading and understanding food labels --A few recipes and meals to jumpstart your gluten-free life



Cognitive and Behavioral Abnormalities of Pediatric Diseases

Cognitive and Behavioral Abnormalities of Pediatric Diseases Author Ruth D. Nass
ISBN-10 9780195342680
Release 2010
Pages 673
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This book provides a detailed account of intellectual, other neuropsychological and behavioral manifestations of general pediatric diseases. The conditions discussed include the whole range of pediatric diseases - genetic syndromes, other congenital conditions, metabolic, endocrine, gastrointestinal, infectious, immunologic, toxic, trauma, and neoplastic, as well as sensory disabilities including deafness and blindness. Although the book is not intended to discuss cognitive and behavioral manifestations of conditions usually considered to be primary neurological disease, some of those, including cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, myotonic dystrophy and epilepsy, are included. Where possible, a "translational" approach is used, linking the behavioral and cognitive manifestations of these conditions, to the underlying structural, chemical or genetic abnormalities and their effect on the brain, and, in turn, on behavior and cognition. At the same time, included are significant psychosocial factors. Together, those factors have a major effect on patients' performance, including school performance, and on their families. This book is unique in its extensive coverage of the major pediatric conditions and of the detailed neurological, neuropsychological and behavioral aspects of each condition.



The Gluten Free Edge

The Gluten Free Edge Author Peter Bronski
ISBN-10 9781615191499
Release 2012-12-07
Pages 384
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Since the advent of sport, athletes have worked to gain an edge on their competition—to look, feel, and perform their best—through both training and nutrition. Today, science is increasingly showing the negative impact that gluten, a protein in wheat, barley, and rye, can have on health. For the estimated 30 million Americans with forms of gluten intolerance, such as celiac disease, this all-too-common protein can cause gastrointestinal trouble, inflammation, muscle fatigue, and mental fog that hinder an active lifestyle and negatively impact athletic performance. The solution: a whole-foods, nutrient-dense gluten-free diet. Others who voluntarily eat gluten-free can also discover an edge they never knew was missing: faster recovery, reduced inflammation, improved digestion, and increased athletic performance. The Gluten-Free Edge is the first comprehensive resource that includes: • What gluten is and how it negatively impacts health and athletic performance • The myriad benefits of adopting a gluten-free nutrition plan • What to eat during training, competition, and recovery • How to deal with group meals, eating on the road, and getting “glutened” • Insights from prominent athletes already living the gluten-free edge • And 50 simple, high-octane recipes to fuel your performance Whether you’ve been diagnosed with gluten intolerance or simply want to get ahead of the competition, this book is for you. Your own gluten-free edge is waiting.



Science of Gluten Free Foods and Beverages

Science of Gluten Free Foods and Beverages Author Elke Arendt
ISBN-10 9780128104552
Release 2016-06-22
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In genetically susceptible individuals the ingestion of gluten and related proteins triggers an immune-mediated enteropathy known as Coeliac Disease (CD). Recent epidemiological studies have shown that 1 in 100 people worldwide suffer from CD. Such a rate establishes CD as one of the most common food intolerances. Coeliac patients eating wheat or related proteins such as hordeins (barley) or secalins (rye) undergo an immunological response, localized in the small intestine, which destroys mature absorptive epithelial cells on the surface of the small intestine. Currently, the only way that CD can be treated is the total lifelong avoidance of gluten ingestion. Therefore, people that suffer from CD have to follow a very strict diet and avoid any products which contain wheat, rye or barley. Avoidance of these cereals leads to a recovery from the disease and significant improvement of the intestinal mucosa and its absorptive functions. Coeliac patients are not in position to eat some of the most common foods such as bread, pizzas, biscuits or drink beer and whiskey. Due to the unique properties of gluten, it is a big challenge for food scientists to produce good quality gluten free products. The Science of Gluten-Free Foods and Beverages covers the work presented at the First International Conference on Gluten-Free Cereal Products and Beverages. The area of gluten-free foods and beverages is becoming more and more important, since the number of people suffering from Coeliac Disease as well as people suffering from gluten allergies is rising. In the United Kingdom, 10% of the population claims to be suffering from food allergies. This book will be extensively referenced. It is meant to give an overview of the work being carried out in the area of gluten-free science.



Celiac Disease Newly Revised and Updated

Celiac Disease  Newly Revised and Updated Author Peter H.R. Green, M.D.
ISBN-10 9780062571663
Release 2016-05-24
Pages 368
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From Dr. Peter H.R. Green, internationally renowned expert on celiac disease and director of the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University, and medical writer Rory Jones, this is the definitive book on celiac disease, one of the most underdiagnosed autoimmune diseases in the U.S. Do you suffer from gastrointestinal complaints, fatigue, headaches, joint pain, anemia, and/or itchy skin conditions? Have you consulted numerous doctors, and been prescribed drugs and diets that have only temporarily alleviated some symptoms? If so, you may have celiac disease, a hereditary autoimmune condition that affects nearly one in every hundred people—97 percent of whom remain undiagnosed and untreated. The real answer to your medical problems may lie in this book. Dr. Green, together with Rory Jones, an accomplished medical writer who was diagnosed with the disease in 1998 and has been researching it ever since, have written this authoritative guide on how celiac disease is properly diagnosed, treated, and managed. The disease is triggered by gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye, and barley, which damages the lining of the small intestine so that it cannot properly absorb food. Without essential nutrients, the entire body begins to suffer. Complications from celiac disease can include infertility, depression, liver disease, other autoimmune diseases (such as type 1 diabetes and thyroid disease), and even cancer. This is a disease that you do not outgrow. At present, the only way to treat it is to follow a lifelong gluten-free diet. This revised and updated edition contains the most current information on celiac disease, gluten intolerance, and gluten sensitivity. It examines the disease’s many manifestations and includes an entire section devoted to coping with the psychological aspects of living with a chronic illness and following a gluten-free diet. It also includes a guide to ingredients and safe grains, a selection of gluten-free manufacturers, and a list of national and international support groups.



Food Safety

Food Safety Author J. P. Felix D'Mello
ISBN-10 0851997511
Release 2003
Pages 452
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Food safety is a concern for scientists, policy-makers and consumers especially as food poisoning outbreaks are becoming more common and as particular concerns arise over genetically modified foods. This book covers recent developments in the chemistry, biochemistry and physiological effects of toxicants that might have an impact on human health and welfare.



Gluten Free Cereal Products and Beverages

Gluten Free Cereal Products and Beverages Author Elke Arendt
ISBN-10 0080557767
Release 2011-04-28
Pages 464
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Gluten-Free Cereal Products and Beverages is the only book to address gluten-free foods and beverages from a food science perspective. It presents the latest work in the development of gluten-free products, including description of the disease, the detection of gluten, and the labeling of gluten-free products as well as exploring the raw materials and ingredients used to produce gluten-free products. Identifying alternatives to the unique properties of gluten has proven a significant challenge for food scientists and for the 1% of the world’s population suffering from the immune-mediated entropathy reaction to the ingestion of gluten and related proteins, commonly known as Celiac Disease. This book includes information on the advances in working with those alternatives to create gluten free products including gluten-free beer, malt and functional drinks. Food scientists developing gluten-free foods and beverages, cereal scientists researching the area, and nutritionists working with celiac patients will find this book particularly valuable. Written by leading experts, presenting the latest developments in gluten-free products Addresses Coeliac Disease from a food science perspective Presents each topic from both a scientific and industrial point of view



Gluten Free Baked Products

Gluten Free Baked Products Author Jeffery L Casper
ISBN-10 9780128123676
Release 2016-09-28
Pages 98
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One of the most rapidly growing segments in the food industry is gluten-free baked products. These goods not only cater to those with medical needs, from celiac disease to gluten intolerance; they also cater to the millions of individuals who seek a gluten-free diet. Gluten-Free Baked Products is a practical guide on the development, manufacturing, and marketing of gluten-free baked products. The book gives readers an entry-level understanding of gluten-free product requirements, their production, and the breadth of ingredients available to baked product developers. This highly relevant book was written as an initial reference for food scientists, including those who need an introduction to gluten-free product development. It was also written as a general reference to those who are indirectly involved with gluten-free products, such as marketers, consultants, and quality assurance and regulatory professionals. Nutrition enthusiasts and consumers following a gluten-free diet for medical reasons will also find this book useful. Gluten-Free Baked Products can serve as a supplemental resource for students and faculty of general food science courses, as well as those covering product development, food allergies, and autoimmune conditions. Whether you are a student, professional in the food industry, or nutrition enthusiast, this book offers an easy way to understand the complex world of gluten-free baking Coverage includes: A detailed discussion on celiac disease, wheat allergies, and gluten intolerance, including symptoms, diagnosis, and nutritional deficiencies A marketing perspective on the consumer segments of gluten-free products, as well as the market size and growth trends Formulations and processing of gluten-free breads, snacks, and pasta products, as well as cookies, cakes, and other batter-based products Manufacturing and supply chain best practices, certification procedures, regulations, and labeling requirements A comprehensive discussion of the ingredients used when formulating gluten-free products, including flours, starches, maltodextrins, corn/maize, millet, oats, rice, sorghum, teff, pseudocereals, inulin, tubers, legumes, noncereal proteins, enzymes, and gums/hydrocolloids