Food and NutritionFoods to be taken
- Nutrient rich gluten free foods should be taken-
- Calcium rich foods include milk, yogurt, cheese, fish, broccoli, collard greens, almonds, calcium-fortified juice, and amaranth
- Iron rich foods like meat, fish, chicken, beans, nuts, seeds, eggs, and amaranth
- B Vitamins from eggs, milk, meat, fish, orange juice, beans, nuts, seeds, gluten-free whole grains
- Vitamin D rich foods like vitamin D-fortified milk and yogurt, egg yolks, fish
- Fiber rich foods like vegetables, fruits, beans, amaranth, millet, buckwheat, sorghum
Patients who have celiac disease have an increased risk of developing vitamin K deficiency. Spinach, broccoli, asparagus, watercress, cabbage, cauliflower, green peas, beans, olives, canola, soybeans, meat, cereals, and dairy products are all rich in vitamin K. Gluten-free flours (rice, soy, corn, potato, bean)
- Grains that contain gluten like barley, rye, triticale, Wheat (including couscous, bulgur, spelt and kamut)
- Foods that contain these grains, such as pasta, cereal, bread, pizza, crackers, cookies and cake, must also be avoided
- Avoid oats. Some patients with celiac disease can tolerate oats in the diet.ÿBut long-term safety of oats in celiac disease patients is unknown.
Yoga and ExerciseExercise helps release endorphins, which helps trigger positive feelings in your body and reduces the perception of pain. Any form of moderate exercise like running/jogging, dancing, biking, swimming, and walking can be done.
The most beneficial Yoga Asanas for Auto Immune diseases are
- Baddha konasana