Celiac and Diabetes ?If when someone have celiac a

Updated on June 13, 2016 in General Questions
8 on April 1, 2016

Celiac and Diabetes ?

If when someone has celiac and diabetes both diseases so banned foods are so many!
example for celiac (no eat wheat gluten and breads) and for diabetes (no rice sugar cholcate and more foods) then how to manage? It means when both diseases (celiac and diabetes) are together so how to eat food? Only vegatables ?

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1 on April 2, 2016

I had to look this one up. Celiac seems to need a gluten free diet, for me Diabetes is more to lower the Carbohydrates and control the amount I eat.

Your own suggestion fits what I would recommend, and talking to your Dr about a diet.

on April 2, 2016

Thank you for the information smile

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0 on April 2, 2016

If someone is coeliac they would definitely need a gluten-free diet, which means no wheat, etc. If someone is diabetic they have to cut out sugars and cut down carbohydrates but there is still plenty to eat in addition to meat and vegetables. You can eat pulses (beans, lentils, etc.) You can eat rice so long as it is brown,  dairy food so long as it is low fat, couscous, etc.. I have a friend in this position and he says he has no real problems and eats a full and varied diet.

What is not clear from your post is whether you have coeliac and diabetes, or whether you just wanted to know out of interest.

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0 on April 2, 2016

I know at first it feels horriably hopeless as I have dairy sensativity and serious food allergies. I also have type 2 diabetes. Gluten free foods tend to have more fats and sugars if you use store bought and is hard to find sometimes in small towns. Oriental foods help me a lot lots of veggies a bit of brown rice or rice noodles. I also use rice or tapicoa wraps looks like paper very thin are round and hard soak in hot water. Drain and put in protien of some kind and stir fried veggies with a bit of olive oil in a skillet even could add egg. Wrap like a burrito quick to make can make a dip of soy sauce and peanutbutter to dip in. For cheap protien and quick fix and cheap. It is just cutting down on amount of carbs not cutting out. I use tapicoa or corn starch for gravey because I am allergic to wheat hence rice noodles. But it is making sure you have protiens with the little bit of starches and getting your fruits and veggies I am allowed five servings together that is not as much as it sounds because if cooked is only 1/2 cup or 1raw use a measuring cup because if not use to it you could be shorting yourself BUT cherries and grapes is only 15 per serving. Can use all fruit jam. Give yourself a few months it will get easier I drink soy or almond milk. I do eat chocolate but not alot at a time I eat dark and only maybe two squares. I use fruit in salad instead of dressing sometimes mash and mix with a bit of water even a bit of applesauce is good.Oh buckwheat flour has a better flavor tha bland rice flour.

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0 on April 2, 2016

My mother is diabetes and my mom told me she just low being eat rice, and also always injection insulin as well.

I have celiec disease gluten free diet by birth, if in future when I am diabetes then i will eat low rice and need eat gluten then so how can I manage? I wanted let me know before diagnosis diabetes.

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0 on April 2, 2016

If you’re diabetes type 1, Are you diet eat rice or not ? Or limited only?

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0 on April 2, 2016

I eat rice all the time and have no problems. I’ve been to many dieticians and have never been told I’m unable to eat certain foods, they say I can eat what ever I want as long as I take the proper insulin for the foods I eat and keep it in moderation.

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0 on June 13, 2016

There is so much that nature offers apart from grains! Whole foods give you so much more nutrition! Infact celiac condition forces you to eat healthy and hence you are so much healthier than normal people because no cheating even! 

If you crave grains, I tend to make rotis out of Besan or Buck wheat. Now you also get all sorts of Gluten free stuff at Nature’s basket. Keep an eye for the Starched in these GF products though. Choose the ones with no starch or as less as possible.

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