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Celiac Disease Nutrition Guide, 3rd Ed. (Single Copy)

Celiac Disease Nutrition Guide, 3rd Ed. (Single Copy)

This easy to read “survival guide” outlines essential information for people diagnosed with Celiac disease.

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Fat is a nutrient necessary for your health. While various fats in foods have different effects on health, some fats offer health-protective benefits. Consider including foods with these fats (in moderation!) to your meals.

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B-Vitamins and Folate

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The B-vitamin group is diverse in its makeup and function. The most common are essential for supporting your body’s metabolism rate, producing energy and aiding your body in fighting disease and infection.

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Calcium is perhaps the most essential nutrient when it comes to bone health. Building strong bones is like building a healthy balance in your “calcium bank account.” Registered dietitians recommend food as the primary source of nutrients such as calcium. Keep your bones healthy with these tips.

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Vitamin D

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Made in your body, vitamin D aids in the absorption of calcium and phosphorus in our bodies, helps bring calcium and phosphorus to our bones and teeth, regulates how much calcium remains in our blood, plays a role in the strength of our immune system and helps regulate cell growth.

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Fiber can contribute to good health in many ways. In addition to helping move food efficiently through your body, it can also help prevent heart disease, diabetes, digestive problems and weight gain.

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Iron in food exists as two types, heme and non-heme. Animal foods such as meat, fish and poultry provide heme, which is used most effectively by your body. Non-heme is found in plant foods such as spinach and beans and isn’t as well absorbed. How much iron do you need?

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Nuts (sm)Magnesium is an important part of the more than 300 enzymes found in your body that help regulate many bodily functions, including the production of energy, body protein and muscle contractions.

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