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  • Tips for gluten-free, lactose-free nutrition and for diabetes
    help for children with diabetes more Lactose intolerance Here you will find tips for switching to a lactose free balanced diet and will also learn what you have to watch out for when you re eating out more Food allergies Tips for a carefree daily life for those with a food allergy or intolerance more Coeliac Here you will find shopping and cooking tips for dealing with a gluten free

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  • Diabetes
    be ascribed to overweight the first line of treatment is to reduce body weight and organise more mobility in the person s daily life It is now known that diabetes is not purely a blood sugar disease but also involves fat and protein metabolism disorders Therefore individual dietary plans and sufficient exercise at least 30 minutes per day is necessary to lose weight In addition blood fat blood pressure and body weight must be particularly monitored Under treatment it should be possible to achieve normal blood sugar levels optimum blood fat levels normal blood pressure and a normal body weight The ability of the body s cells to absorb insulin improves with exercise and the insulin produced naturally in the body becomes more effective again Drug treatment is only indicated if these measures have been exhausted Diabetes specialists or nutritionists can help you to convert your diet to a balanced one over the long term Cooking tips Eat a balanced and varied diet and choose wholegrain products that contain fibre Eat lots of fruit and vegetables They provide important vitamins and minerals fill you up and help absorption Skimmed milk and milk products should become an important part of your diet Take care to drink enough water fruit and herbal teas When travelling If you have insulin with you when travelling and have to inject it is important to have information in the appropriate language as well as your diabetic passport Take enough insulin with you for your trip In case of low blood sugar take some glucose snacks or bars with you in your hand luggage It is also helpful to have friends with you when you re travelling who can call help in an emergency At work If you have to inject insulin at work and have colleagues

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  • Nutrition with lactose intolerance
    honey and fresh herbs Now retailers offer a wide variety of lactose free milk and milk products as manufacturers react to the rising number of sufferers Well ripened varieties of cheese are also well tolerated as they hardly contain any lactose any more because the lactose has been broken down by fermentation during the manufacturing process Buying lactose free products In order to meet your calcium needs eat more calcium rich foods such as nuts wholemeal products soya products and pulses Vegetables such as green cabbage fennel spinach and broccoli also provide calcium Make sure you eat a balanced diet that covers all nutrients Drink mineral water that contains calcium Juices enriched with calcium and vitamin D can also help to compensate for the milk products that are absent from your diet Your body needs vitamin D in order to absorb calcium and build bones In some cases it is necessary to take calcium in the form of effervescent tablets or capsules Speak to your doctor or a nutritionist to see if is is advisable for you to take calcium preparations When travelling Don t avoid travelling There are many ways of eating when you are travelling either at home or abroad in spite of lactose intolerance Before you travel speak to the airline about the on board food Many now offer menus for travellers with food allergies or intolerances Special hotels such as the Familotels in Germany Austria Switzerland and Italy also offer allergy sufferers delicious meals on holiday Let them know about your lactose intolerance when you are booking the trip or when you check in At the buffet you can choose anything you like from unbreaded meat fish or vegetables rice pasta or potatoes without sauce the salad bar and fruit In many countries there is a

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  • Food allergies
    more As well as taking measures to avoid cow s milk protein pointing out sources of nutrients and culinary aids that can replace cow s milk are important aspects of dietary advice Milk products that supply vitamin B2 vitamin D fluoride calcium and protein are particularly important When you avoid cow s milk you need to make sure you have a balanced diet so you are broadly guaranteed enough protein vitamin B2 vitamin D fluoride and calcium You should also eat more calcium rich foods such as nuts wholegrain products soya products pulses green cabbage and broccoli You should be careful taking calcium preparations because many contain milk protein On the other hand calcium enriched fruit juices are very suitable and you may be able to choose one combined with vitamin D Vitamin D is very important for fixing calcium in the bones and therefore for the stability of the bones Mineral water is also a very good source of calcium depending on the amount you drink per day and the quality of the water Mineral water is allowed to call itself calcium rich when it has at least 150 mg of calcium per litre Depending on the source mineral waters can contain up to 800 mg of calcium per litre The following foods can be used as substitutes depending on tolerance levels For biscuits purees and sweet dishes soya milk rice or oat milk almond milk mineral water To refine sauces soups and salads soya milk soya cream oat cream coconut cream To gratinate casseroles or pizza tofu or lupins sweet lupins Shopping tips When shopping for packaged foods look at the list of ingredients Milk and milk components must be listed here according to new allergen labelling regulations Milk protein can hide behind descriptions such as whey protein sweet whey sour whey casein or caseinate On the other hand the ingredient lactic acid is not critical This is an acidifier that contains no milk protein In non packaged goods that you buy loose such as bread or sausages it is advisable to ask the baker or butcher for products that are free from milk protein Lupin allergy Its good baking qualities and good flavour ensure that the food industry likes to use lupins in baked goods pasta chocolate egg substitute sauces soups sausages ready made potato products pre prepared products and particularly in gluten free dishes It is no problem to prepare lupin free meals at home Many foods are offered that do not contain lupins A balanced diet is also possible without including lupins There is also a large choice of gluten free products that do not contain lupins so coeliacs with a lupin allergy have good range of things to fall back on If you are visiting a restaurant or a canteen you should ask the staff and point out your condition Shopping tips When shopping for packaged foods look at the list of ingredients Lupins must be listed here according to allergen labelling regulations In

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  • Gluten-free nutrition
    coeliac disease These use exclusively gluten free raw materials Both the raw materials and the finished products undergo a gluten analysis and can then be recognised by the symbol of the crossed out ear of corn and the gluten free stamp This guarantees that the products are definitely gluten free and suitable for coeliacs Our tip If all the family are included everyday life becomes easier Also speak to relatives and friends Support from a nutritionist specialising in allergies will help you when changing your diet and avoid any nutrient deficiency Gluten free cooking and baking Shopping and cooking tips When you are shopping for food make use of the food lists provided by your respective coeliac society Get a duplicate set of kitchen utensils toaster bread basket chopping boards etc Clean all kitchen utensils thoroughly and use colours to differentiate the different cooking spoons knives lunchboxes breadmakers baking trays and storage containers Set up a shelf in your fridge that is just for you where you can store your gluten free food Don t use any water or oil that has previously been used to prepare foods containing gluten When travelling Take plenty of supplies with you for the journey suitable items are fruit sandwiches vegetable sticks gluten free snacks or biscuits Make sure you have enough drinks such as water tea and fruit juices Find out about restaurants and service areas that offer gluten free dishes Tips and experiences from other sufferers are particularly helpful here Many airlines offer a gluten free on board snack by prior reservation Or you can agree with the airline that you can bring your own food onto the plane for the flight If you ve decided to go camping you naturally have the opportunity to self cater So you can cook in

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  • Brochures
    Gluten free diet Packaging Wholefood diet Home Tips Brochures Brochures Would you like to request more information about 3 PAULY You can order or directly download the following brochures and information documentation here 3 PAULY Rezepte für glutenfreien Genuss süß herzhaft 3 PAULY Backen und Kochen mit Ei Ersatz 3 PAULY Informationsbroschüre Lebensmittelallergien und unverträglichkeiten 3 PAULY Kleiner Einkaufsführer 3 PAULY Glutenfreier Einkaufsführer 3 PAULY Teff Informationsflyer 3 PAULY Imageflyer

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  • allergens search - find the right product
    Lactose free FAQ Allergies and Allergens Grain types Gluten free diet Packaging Wholefood diet Home Allergens search Search engine for allergens and ingredients This page helps you discover which 3 PAULY products contain or do not contain particular ingredients you wish to find Simply click on your chosen ingredients The search engine will subsequently display products matching your requirements After clicking on the individual product return to the overview by pressing the back arrow in the navigation bar Ingredients to exclude BIO cinnamon cocoa corn cukier cynamon drożdże egg fructose fruktoza glutamate glutaminian gluten isomalt izomalt jajko kakao kukurydza lactose laktoza lupine maltitol mannitol milk mleko nuts organic orkisz orzechy orzeszki ziemne peanuts pełnoziarniste pszenica salt sesame sezam siarka soja sorbitol soya spelt sugar sulphur sól wheat wholemeal yeast łubin Ingredients to include BIO cinnamon cocoa corn cukier cynamon drożdże egg fructose fruktoza gluten jajko kakao kukurydza lactose laktoza lupine milk mleko nuts organic orzechy pełnoziarniste salt sesame sezam soja soya spelt sugar sól wheat wholemeal yeast łubin Note To select several ingredients at once hold down the CTRL key before clicking on the desired ingredients Subject to recipe modifications Please contact Ms Friesel in case of doubt Print Allergens

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  • Recipes gluten-free,lactose-free, with low allergens
    Recipes Low allergen Gluten free Lactose free FAQ Allergies and Allergens Grain types Gluten free diet Packaging Wholefood diet Home Recipes Low Allergen Recipes Try these low allergen recipes more Gluten free recipes People with coeliac disease will find lots of tasty gluten free recipes here more Lactose free recipes Tasty lactose free recipes that everyone can enjoy more Low allergen Gluten free Lactose free Brand Supplier History Values Service

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