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High Fiber Diet


  Why is fiber important?   Eating a high-fiber diet is thought to help prevent development of pouches (diverticula) in the colon. It may lower ...   Continue reading

Sodium Restricted Diet


♦ Control the sodium in your diet. Decrease the total amount of sodium you consume to 2,000 mg (2 gm) per day.   ♦ Learn to read ...   Continue reading

Lactose Free Diet


According to the National Institutes of Health, between 30 and 50 million Americans suffer from lactose intolerance. Lactose intolerance affects people differently; some people can ...   Continue reading

Soft Diet


  This diet is designed to help prevent you from becoming tired and not having to chew so much. This will allow you to eat ...   Continue reading

Fiber Supplementation


  Different Types of Fibers   You may be familiar with the terms "soluble fiber" and "insoluble fiber," but within each category there are many ...   Continue reading

Low Fat Diet


   What's In a Label?   There are "fat-free," "low-fat," "light," and "reduced-fat" products available. What do these labels really mean? According to the FDA ...   Continue reading

Fructose Free Diet


Foods that should be avoided by people with fructose malabsorption include:   ♦ Foods and beverages containing greater than 0.5g fructose in excess of glucose ...   Continue reading

Sucrose Free Diet


  FOOD ALLOWED AVOID Milk Products Fresh Milk Soya bean Milks   Powdered Milk Sweetened Condensed Milk   Evaporated Milk Flavoured Yoghurt   Cheese Ice-Cream ...   Continue reading

Low Residue Diet


  What Is a Low-Residue Diet?   A low-residue diet is a diet in which fiber and other foods that are harder for your body ...   Continue reading

Gluten-Free Diet


  What is Gluten?   Gluten is the general name for one of the proteins found in wheat, barley and rye. It is harmful for ...   Continue reading