A protein-restricted diet is prescribed in some kidney diseases and metabolic disorders such as Phenylketonuria and Propionic Acidemia.
General guidelines for a protein-restricted diet are:
* Limit the use of protein foods;the renegade diet
* Concern for a diet that has sufficient power.
Gluten is a protein found in wheat, oats, rye and barley, and in all foods in which the cereals have been processed.
Gluten is composed of equal parts of gliadin and glutenin, gliadin, the part that the sensitivity reaction.
A gluten-free diet is prescribed if someone is allergic to gluten (celiac disease called), which damage the intestinal mucosa and absorption of nutrients deteriorated.
If the patient follows a gluten-free diet, the mucosa will recover and the symptoms disappear. The diet should generally be followed for life.
General guidelines for a gluten-free diet are:
* Do not use bread and pasta, such as biscuits and cakes, where wheat, rye, oats or barley are processed;
* Do not use ready-ready products such as soups and sauces bound;
* Use gluten-free binders.