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  • All you need to know
    Lactose intolerance Here you will find out all the important facts about lactose intolerance such as causes and symptoms more Food allergies Here you will learn the most important things about allergies to peanuts hen s egg protein cow s milk protein nuts sesame soya and lupin more Coeliacs Here you will find information on the causes symptoms forms and diagnosis of coeliac disease more Experts Find the right doctor

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  • Diabetes, causes, symptoms, forms, diagnosis
    food you eat cannot be fully utilised by the body The main characteristic is chronic high blood sugar hyperglycemia Glucose cannot be absorbed into the cells due to a lack of insulin and remains in the blood More than 8 million people in Germany already suffer from diabetes and the trend is rising In addition there are numerous sufferers who have not yet had the disease diagnosed The carbohydrate in our food is broken down by the body through a variety of different metabolic processes into the simplest form of sugar the monosaccharide glucose It is absorbed into the blood through the intestinal wall and distributed throughout the body The hormone insulin enables glucose to reach the cells in the body where it can take over a variety of functions Insulin is a vital metabolic hormone that controls the metabolism of carbohydrates proteins and fats Diabetes sufferers lack insulin or insulin has a reduced effect in them As a result glucose cannot reach the body s cells and remains in the blood leading to a raised blood sugar level Diagnosis If diabetes is suspected due to symptoms or family history the diagnosis should be made as a result of various examinations In the blood sugar test the blood sugar is measured when the patient is in a state of fasting In healthy individuals the value is under 120 mg dl A diabetes sufferer is someone who has a level above 120 mg dl Another way to do this is the oral glucose tolerance test In this 75 g of glucose is given when the patient is in a state of fasting If the blood sugar is over 200 mg dl after two hours diabetes is present As well as using a blood sugar test diabetes can also be diagnosed by

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  • Lactose intolerance - cause, symptoms, forms, diagnosis
    milk and is also called milk sugar Lactose is split by the digestive enzyme lactase into glucose and galactose This process makes lactose digestible for humans Where you can find lactose As well as typical milk products such as milk condensed milk dried milk cream crème fraîche sour cream buttermilk yoghurt custard kefir whey quark and cheese such as fresh cottage and soft cheese numerous other foodstuffs can also contain lactose You will recognise this on the ingredients list by looking for terms such as milk whey powder whole milk powder or skimmed milk powder Because lactose is one of the major allergens any product that uses it must be labelled appropriately For this reason you can tell if lactose or milk is contained in a product from the list of ingredients Lactose can also be contained in the following foods bread rolls crispbread biscuits cakes pastries waffles desserts ready meals pizza tinned food creamed vegetables casseroles soups salad dressings and marinades prepared potato dishes instant mashed potato potato croquettes chips cold meats frankfurters ice cream chocolate nougat and mousses containing nougat praline boiled sweets caramel muesli and cereal bars instant soups instant sauces instant mousses instant mashed potato powdered dumplings rissoles infant formula probiotic foods medicines lactose is also frequently included as a carrier for flavours or spice blends Not only cow s milk but also the milk of other mammals such as goats and sheep contains lactose and is therefore not an alternative in the case of lactose intolerance Diagnosis In order to find out whether someone is lactose intolerant a hydrogen breath test or a blood sugar test for example can be carried out by a medical specialist In the case of an oral lactose tolerance test 50 g of lactose is dissolved in water and swallowed

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  • Food allergies on peanuts, milk, egg, sesame, soya, nuts, lupin
    Recipes Low allergen Gluten free Lactose free FAQ Allergies and Allergens Grain types Gluten free diet Packaging Wholefood diet Home All you need to know Food allergies Food allergies An allergy is described as an overreaction of the immune system to foreign matter which actually poses no threat to the body Rather harmless foreign matter for example the protein in cow s milk is classed by the body as being dangerous The immune system creates specific antibodies to protect against this apparent foreign matter This therefore becomes an allergy trigger There are many inflammatory responses that trigger physical problems in those affected Symptoms range from nausea vomiting diarrhoea circulatory collapse asthma inflammation of the eyes and nasal mucous membranes itching and redness of the skin to atopic eczema and inflammations The reaction is not triggered by whole foodstuffs but by the protein components The degree of severity varies by allergen Nut and peanut allergies can produce strong allergic reactions even in infancy Print Diabetes Lactose intolerance Food allergies Peanut allergy Hen s egg protein allergy Cow s milk protein allergy Lupin allergy Nut allergy Sesame allergy Soya allergy Coeliac disease Experts Associations and organisations Helpful links Brand Supplier History Values

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  • Coeliac, gluten, gluten-free, symptoms, diagnosis
    It can be diagnosed at any age If coeliac disease is diagnosed a life long gluten free diet is necessary for a problem free life What is gluten Gluten is a protein composite naturally found in wheat barley spelt rye and oats Its good baking characteristics keep the dough elastic when it is being processed and ensures that it does not fall apart What foods contain gluten Gluten is not only found in bread cakes and pastries made from the above mentioned types of grain but also in einkorn wheat green spelt kamut triticale emmer wheat malt wild rice and products made from these bread pastries cakes biscuits pasta Due to its particular texture gluten is also added to food where you would not expect it to be such as cold meats frankfurters desserts ice cream chocolate nougat nougat mousses pralines breaded products flavourings additives spices boiled sweets caramel muesli cereal bars casseroles soups sauces beer alcoholic drinks infant formula medicines spice blends toothpaste mouthwashes Diagnosis If coeliac disease is suspected a blood test should be taken first anti tissue transglutaminase IgA If antibodies to the reserve protein gliadin are found in the blood it is necessary to take a tissue sample via a colonoscopy to finally ensure the diagnosis is correct At present these methods are the only sensible ways to make a certain diagnosis of coeliac disease If the diagnosis is certain a gluten free diet must be followed This is the only sure form of treatment for sufferers By keeping to a gluten free diet the intestinal villi regenerate themselves again and the symptoms reduce Nutrients are absorbed by the body better and the person s overall wellbeing is improved Even small amounts of gluten can damage the intestinal wall again The degree of sensitivity to gluten

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  • Find an expert for your food allergy or intolerance
    diet Packaging Wholefood diet Home All you need to know Experts Experts Find the right doctor or specialist for your food allergy or intolerance Dermatologists allergists Some food allergies cause skin problems It is therefore sensible to visit a dermatologist in order to get the right diagnosis Diabetes specialists Diabetes specialists are involved in treating diabetes mellitus and can also support you after the diagnosis Nutritionists If a food allergy or intolerance has been diagnosed you are recommended to visit a nutritionist in order to adjust your diet to your individual needs with the help of a professional Consulting a nutritionist will give you a great deal of information about the dietary connections between physiology biochemistry and allergies After a food allergy or intolerance has been diagnosed the doctor will suggest you talk to a nutritionist Gastroenterologists Gastroenterologists are involved with diseases of the gastro intestinal tract and the organs associated with it i e the liver gall bladder and pancreas Because a food allergy or intolerance is often accompanied by gastro intestinal problems you will need to visit a gastroenterologist in order to obtain a definite diagnosis of coeliac disease through a biopsy for example Print Diabetes Lactose intolerance

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  • Adresses
    association www zoeliakie or at Czech Republic www celiac cz www bezlepkova dieta cz Denmark Coeliac association www coeliaki dk Astma Allergy association www astma allergi dk Diabetics www diabetes dk Fructoseintolerance www histaminintolerance dk France Coeliac association www afdiag org Greece Coeliac society www koiliokaki com Hungary Coeliac society www coeliac hu Italy Coeliac association www celiachia it Luxemburg Coeliac Association www alig lu Netherlands Coeliac association www glutenvrij

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  • Helpful links
    or at Czech Republic www celiac cz www bezlepkova dieta cz http celiak cz en Denmark Coeliac association www coeliaki dk Astma Allergy association www astma allergi dk Diabetics www diabetes dk Fructoseintolerance www histaminintolerance dk France Coeliac association www afdiag org Greece Coeliac society www koiliokaki com Hungary Coeliac society www coeliac hu Italy Coeliac association www celiachia it Luxemburg Coeliac Association www alig lu Netherlands Coeliac association www

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