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DIET HWY

COM10003 Assessment 2a By: Kimberley Golding, Katrina Young, Bethany Inglis, Joanne Huntley and Alana Spitalnic
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Transcript of DIET HWY

Food Glorious Food!
Diets are not only for those who are seeking to lose weight but a conscious change to improve ones lifestyle.
Paleo diet
Coeliac Diet

A Coeliac diet is the only medical treatment for Coeliac sufferers.
Coeliac Disease is a medical condition in which diets consisting of the protein gluten, which can be found in barley, rye, wheat and oats, affect the small intestine causing major inflammation.
Gluten is the source of this inflammation which damages the lining of the small intestine, not allowing it to properly absorb nutrients.
Therefore a Coeliac diet is a diet that contains no gluten products or products contaminated with gluten.


Reasons for following the Coeliac diet
Failsafe diet
Failsafe diet
Failsafe diet has been proven to help children and adults with behaviour and learning problems.
New Nordic Diet
What is it?
New Nordic diet
GOAL!
Healthy Tummies!

Coeliac Diet
Books
- The Paleo Diet
- Practical Paleo
- Primal Body, Primal Mind
Paleo diet
Failsafe diet
The elimination of certain foods from your everyday diet including: Natural colours, flavours and preservatives.
Food chemicals , such as Salicylates and Amines, found naturally in many fruits and vegetables.
What is it?
Salicylates and Amines have been associated with migraines and headaches, and other symptoms of food intolerance, including irritable bowel symptoms, eczema, depression and many symptoms of ADHD.
http://fedup.com.au/images/stories/foodbrochure1.pdf
It can also help people suffering from anxiety and depression.
It can help to eliminate health issues such as asthma and eczema.
"In an open trial of a low salicylate, reduced amine diet by another team of Australian researchers, 80 per cent of 516 children with behaviour problems improved." (Breakey, Hill et al, 1991)
"In an open trial of the Failsafe diet (free of additives, low in salicylates, amines and flavour enhancers), 100% of 27 children who completed 2-3 weeks of their elimination diet improved significantly (Dengate and Ruben 2002).
Benefits
What is it?
What are the benefits?
What are the draw backs?
Weight loss
Decrease in symptoms of autoimmune diseases
Helps reduce arthritic pain
Stabilises blood sugar levels
No calorie counting
No going hungry
You can still enjoy a variety of great tasting foods that nourish your body instead of hurting it
Desserts are still in!
(The Paleo Diet, 2014a)
Paleo Diet
Reasons for following Paleo
What support is available?
New Nordic diet
References (APA)
Coeliac Diet
What are the benefits
What are the drawbacks?
What support is available?
A scandanavian diet based on seasonal and local produce, consisting of berries, vegetables, oily fish and lean meats.
A diet encouraging sustainability and seasonal eating.
"The concept of a healthy, regional, sustainable, seasonal and tasty diet could in principle be applied anywhere in the world" (Larsen, as cited by Ben Tufft, 2014)
Helps to reduce cardiovascular disease, it may also help to prevent the start of metabolic syndrome*. Certain cancers may be prevented by sticking to this diet.
* Metabolic Syndrome a condition where there is a risk for cardiovascular disease (heart disease and stroke) and type 2 diabetes occur at the same time. Including obesity, high blood pressure and cholesterol.

1. Eat more fruit and vegetables -
berries, cabbage, root veg, legumes, potatoes and herbs
2. Eat more wholegrains -
especially rye, oats and barley
3. Eat more food from the seas and lakes
4. Eat higher-quality meat, but less of it
5. Eat More food from wild landscapes
6. Eat Organic produce where possible
7. Avoid food additives
8. Eat more meals that are based on seasonal produce
9. Eat more meals that are home-cooked
10. Produce less waste
The negative is for those that don't like cooking - no processed food allowed. Therefore if you are not one for cooking home made meals then this diet isn't for you!
The Paleolithic diet is considered by many to be more of a lifestyle change than a fad diet. Going 'Paleo' refers to eating only foods that are thought to have been available to our ancestors in Paleolithic times. This means cutting out all processed and refined foods, refined sugars, grains, legumes and dairy (The Paleo Diet, 2014b).
Following the Paleo way is simple, just eat a diet of vegetables, good quality meats, eggs, fruits, nuts & seeds, naturally occurring sugars such as raw honey and unprocessed maple syrup and healthy fats like avocados, olive oil and coconut oil (The Paleo Diet, 2014b).
Food Tolerance Network
Support
www.fedup.com.au consists of more than 10,000 families, mostly in Australia and New Zealand
It runs a Facebook page with nearly 6,000 members.
It contains a Failsafe shopping list as well as step by step instructions on how to start the Failsafe Diet.
It is an active website which has seen more than 5.5 million hits since 1999.
It runs 27 email support groups with more than 4,000 members.
Contact information is provided for any questions to be answered by Sue Dengate: suedengate@ozemail.com.au
Food chemicals , such as Salicylates and Amines, found naturally in many fruits and vegetables.
Sue Dengate is the Author of many books on the Failsafe Diet and its benefits for the whole family.
www.fedup.com.au
It is suggested to consult with a dietitian who specialised in food intolerances before starting the failsafe diet.
WARNING
Sue Dengate, along with her husband Dr Howard Dengate, a food scientist, runs the Food Tolerance Network.
www.fedup.com.au
Berries - full of vitamins and antioxidants.
* If out of season frozen berries can be used therefore saving money
Super Food vegetables such as cabbage, brussel sprouts, kale and broccoli have the highest levels of antioxidants have a great source of vitamin K and vitamin B. They are also a good source of fibre and folate.
Oily fish and seafood such as herring, mackeral, salmon and lobster - they are full of healthy omega 3 fats and low in saturated fat that are better for the heart providing Vitamin B and minerals which are high in protein.
Lean meat such as kangaroo - full of iron and protein providing lots of energy.
Canola Oil cold pressed- a richer source of Omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids and a good source of vitamin E.
Grains such as oats, barley and rye.
Rye is rich in magnesium, B vitamins, iron, zinc and antioxidants. Rye also helps manage blood sugars and cholesterol levels and helps a healthy bowel.
Foods that make this diet so healthy
Australian Women's Health. (2014).
Paleo diet best for women. [
Image]. Retrieved from https://s.yimg.com/iu/api/res/1.2/nQ.YBai3dOZWkrdTMOqQaw-
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Coles Online. (2014).
Country Life Gluten-Free Bread.
[image]. Retrieved from http://shop.coles.com.au/online/national/country-life-bread-white-gluten-free

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO). (2011).
Diet & nutrition
. Retrieved 10 September 2014, from http://www.csiro.au/Outcomes/
Health-and-Wellbeing/Prevention/Diet-and-nutrition.aspx

Dengate, S. (2014).
Amines - Food Intolerance Network
. Retrieved on 9 August, 2014 from http://fedup.com.au/factsheets/additive-and-natural-chemical-factsheets/
amines

Dengate, S. (2014).
Food Intolerance Network.
[Image]. Retrieved 9 September, 2014 from http://fedup.com.au/images/stories/foodbrochure1.pdf

Dengate, S. (2014).
Food Intolerance Network
. [Image]. Retrieved 9 September, 2014 from http://fedup.com.au

Dengate, S. (2014). Salicylates - Food Intolerance Network. Retrieved 9 September, 2014 from http://fedup.com.au/factsheets/additive-and-natural-chemical-
factsheets/salicylates

Flaxman, G. (2014). Body + Soul.
Say hello to the Nordic diet, a traditional Scandinavian style of eating
. Retrieved from http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/health/say-
hello-to-the-nordic-diet-a-traditional-scandinavian-style-of-eating/story-fneuzkvr-1227012485627

Gluten-Free Living. (2014)
Gluten-Free Living Magazine.
[image]. Retrieved from http://www.glutenfreeliving.com/the-magazines

Jane's Healthy Kitchen. (2012
). Paleo food chart
[image]. Retrieved from http://janeshealthykitchen.com/whats-the-paleo-diet/

Low Fat Vegan Chef. (2013).
Organic
. Retrieved from http://lowfatveganchef.com/why-i-dont-eat-100-organic-and-gmo-free/

Magee, A. (2014). The Telegraph
. The paleo diet: can it really be good for you?.
Retrieved from http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/womens-health/10586465/The-
paleo-diet-can-it-really-be-good-for-you.html

Me and My Diabetes (2011
). Loren Cordain- leaky gut, whole grains, potatoes & autism.
Retrieved from http:www.meandmydiabetes.com/2011/12/03/loren-cordain-
leaky-gut-whole-grain-and-even-potatoes/

Medindia. (2014).
Nordic Diet.
Retrieved from http://www.medindia.net/patients/lifestyleandwellness/nordic-diet.htm

If you don't take care to ensure you are still eating the right kinds of food (ie vegetables and proteins) you could easily gain weight- living on naturally occurring sugars is still not good for weight loss!
Some dieticians believe that cutting out grains can be detrimental to your health
Preparation time for meals, no more convenience foods
It can be costly (but doesn't have to be)
(The Paleo Diet, 2014a)
Click play to see a short segment from Dr.Oz on the basics of paleo with Dr. Loren Cordain and Nell Stepenson
Throughout this presentation we have endeavoured to use only reliable and credible sources for our information. This process was ensured by using Metzger's (2007) checklist.
1. Paleo Diet
Food that were available for our ancestors during the Paleolithic times.
Tools used during Paleolithic times for hunting.
2
. Coeliac Diet

3. Failsafe Diet
4. New Nordic Diet
Proven to help:
Asthma and Eczema
Behavior and Learning in adults and children
Anxiety and Depression
Diet is based around seasonal eating which encourages sustainable living.

Also promotes less wastage and to eat organic foods
This Prezi has been created by:

Kimberly Golding
Katrina Young
Bethany Inglis
Alana Spitalnic
Joanne Huntley
We have selected 4 diets we had interest in highlighting their requirements and benefits.
We found that all authors of the websites used are reliable and experienced in the field of diet and nutrition. Their contact details were available and their websites are well presented and up-to-date.
"Nutrition plays an important part in lifelong childhood development, health and well being as an adult and susceptibility to diseases as we get older" (CSIRO, 14 October, 2011)

References (APA)
If you have a food intolerance, allergies or are worried about your health, seek advice from you GP
before
starting a diet.
We hope you have gained some knowledge on the diets discussed in this presentation.
It is important to evaluate your goals and select the diet accordingly.

Recap
Paleo Diet
Eat like our ancestors
Coeliac Diet
Good for weight loss
Arthritic pain
Stabilises blood sugar
Treatment for Coeliac sufferers
The only cure for Coeliac sufferers that are not able to process foods that contain gluten
Diet requires no foods with the protein gluten
Failsafe Diet
Positive results assisting Asthmatics and Eczema suffers
Proven to ease anxiety and depression
New Nordic Diet
Contains berries, vegetables, oily fish and lean meats
Reduce cardiovascular disease
May reduce metabolic syndromes
Not all people who follow a Coeliac diet have Coeliac disease. Many people have gluten sensitivities and are often much happier and healthier living on a gluten free diet.
Many of the symptoms that are associated with gluten sensitivity or Coeliac disease include abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhoea or constipation, and lethargy. So naturally, when gluten is avoided in the diet, these symptoms are also avoided.
A number of associated conditions can arise when a gluten free diet is not followed. These include gastrointestinal cancers, infertility, depression, anaemia, and many more. Avoiding gluten, will greatly reduce the occurrence of these conditions.
For those who follow a gluten free diet without any medical reason or diagnosis, often they may find themselves lacking energy and nutrients as it may cause the opposite effect on their bodies.
It is always best to seek medical advice from a General Practitioner or Nutritionist before implementing a strict Coeliac diet.
Learning to live on a Coeliac diet takes a lot of reading and interpreting labels. Not all gluten free food will be labelled as such, and therefore knowing what is safe to eat and what to avoid, is a must.
This can be a time consuming and frustrating process in the beginning.
People who follow a Coeliac diet often suffer from abdominal pain and bloating with no known reason until they undergo testing.
A Coeliac diet should be diagnosed through a preliminary blood test, and then confirmed with a gastroscopy.
Often people will eat a Coeliac diet if they suffer from gluten sensitivities, but often this is a self-diagnosis based on how their body reacts to gluten.
There are many support groups and forums for those that live on a Coeliac diet. Coeliac Australia is the most common and they offer a 24 hour helpline as well as local offices in each state. Their website provides an extensive amount of information on eating at restaurants, recipes, catering for those who follow a Coeliac diet, and so much more.

Helpline: 1300 458 836
According to the Oxford Dictionary,
Diet
is: A special course of food to which a person restricts themselves, either to lose weight or for medical reasons.

There are a wealth of resources available both online and beyond, to assist in your journey to a paleo lifestyle. Everything from how to start, to recipes and paleo approved workout methods is at your fingertips. Below are some handy links to get you on your way.
Websites
- www.thepaleodiet.com
- www.paleovegetarians.com
- www.paleoleap.com
Facebook
- The Paleo Mom
- Paleo Hacks
- The Merry Maker Sisters
People follow the paleo diet for a variety reasons. A good many people are looking for weight loss, but a good many are looking for results that stem well past that. The paleo diet has been linked to a reduction in symptoms of autoimmune diseases, obesity, autism, leaky gut, arthritis and type 2 diabetes, to name a few (Me and My Diabetes, 2011).
Metzger, M, J. (2007).
Making sense of credibility on the Web: Models for evaluating online information and recommendations for future research
. Journal Of
The American Society For Information Science & Technology, 58(13), 2078-2091.

Minnesota History. (2009).
Paleo Tools
. Retrieved from http://aventalearning.com/content168staging/2008MNHistory/Lesson1/html/page_11.html

My Gluten Free Quest. (2012).
Wheat
. Retrieved from http://myglutenfreequest.com/what-is-the-difference-between-celiac-disease-gluten-
intolerancesensitivity-and-a-wheat-allergy/

Norden. (2012).
Nordic diet a healthy one
. [Image]. Retrieved from http://www.nordforsk.org/en/news/nordisk-mat-er-sunn/image

Oxford Dictionaries. (2014). Diet: definition of diet in Oxford dictionary. Retrieved 6th Septemeber 2014, from http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/
english/diet

Superhuman Coach. (2012).
Sore Stomach
. Retrieved from http://superhumancoach.com/eating-clean-the-highly-active-persons-guide-to-food-intolerances/

The Gluten-Free Agency. (2012).
Reasons to follow a gluten-free diet
. [Image]. Retrieved from http://thegluten-freeagency.com/blog/reasons-to-follow-a-gluten-
free-diet/

Thank Heavens The Gluten Free Lifesaver. (2014).
Someone I love is coeliac
. [Image]. Retrieved from http://thankheavens.com.au/2014/03/12/happy-coeliac-
awareness-week-australia-may-this-week-inspire-action/

The Merry Maker Sisters. (2014a).
Easy paleo chicken curry
. [Image]. Retrieved from: <http://www.themerrymakersisters.com.au/easy-paleo-chicken-curry/>

The Merry Maker sisters. (2014b).
Paleo raw choc raspberry cake
. [Image]. Retrieved from: <http://www.themerrymakersisters.com.au/paleo-raw-choc-
raspberry-cake/>

The Merry Maker Sisters. (2014c).
Paleo superfood smoothie
. [Image]. Retrieved from http://www.themerrymakersisters.com.au/paleo-super-food-smoothie/

The Merry maker Sisters. (2014d).
Paleo sweet potato and cauliflower salad
. [Image]. Retrieved from http://www.themerrymakersisters.com.au/paleo-sweet-
potato-and-cauliflower-salad-recipe/

The Merry Maker Sisters. (2014e).
Simple paleo chia pudding
. [Image]. Retrieved from http://www.themerrymakersisters.com.au/paleo-chia-pudding/

The Paleo Diet. (2014a).
About the paleo diet
. Retrieved from http://thepaleodiet.com/about-the-paleo-diet/

The Paleo Diet. (2014b).
The paleo diet premise
. Retrieved from http://thepaleodiet.com/the-paleo-diet-premise/

Tye-Din, J. (2013).
Coeliac Australia
. Retrieved from http://www.coeliac.org.au/associated-conditions/

Tufft, B. (2014). The Independent.
Move over Mediterranean diet, the traditional Nordic diet could be key to losing weight
. Retrieved from http://
www.independent.co.uk/life-style-diet-could-be-key-to-losing- weight-9706389.html
What is it?
Reduces risk of some cancers

Many restaurants
offer gluten-free
options for Coeliac
sufferers so eating
out can still be
enjoyable. A list is
available from
www.coeliac.org.au
(Janes Healthy Kitchen, 2012)
(The Merry Maker Sisters, 2014a)
(The Merry Maker Sisters, 2014b)
(The Merry Maker Sisters, 2014d)
(The Merry Maker Sisters, 2014e)
(The Merry Maker Sisters, 2014c)
A2
Group 1
DIET HWY
The road to different diets
Paleo
Coeliac
Failsafe
New Nordic

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