Diabetes and Celiac Disease Diet Plan

celiac disease and diet

Celiac disease is a condition in which the small intestines become intolerant to gluten. Any gluten-containing food can cause allergies, stomach upsets, rash and other such problems. Similarly, diabetes is a condition in which the insulin in your blood is unable to process the sugar from your food, resulting in excess sugar in your blood. Both these conditions together require a specialized diet plan that is free from gluten and also low in sugary food.

A gluten-free, low-sugar diet meal plan should have the right balance of proteins, minerals, carbs and vitamins and yet be free from gluten. Often diet meal plans have small portions of dishes with gluten such as bread. But here, we have a completely gluten-free low-sugar diet plan for  you.

Diabetes and Celiac Disease Diet Plan

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Here is a sample diet meal plan for a week. This diet plan only provides 50 gm or less carbs per day. Following this diet plan regularly will make you lose weight quickly and it will also transform your body. This diet plan can be altered as per your requirements.


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Breakfast – Fried eggs cooked in butter with sauteed green vegetables

Lunch – Vegetable burger topped with cheese, mushrooms, avocado dip and other vegetables. Just avoid the bun. You can increase your quantity of vegetables or take a vegetable salad along with the meal.

Dinner – Pork chops with green beans cooked in coconut oil.


Breakfast – mushroom omelet

Lunch – Salad containing tomatoes, tuna, celery and other green vegetables.

Dinner – Roast chicken with sauteed broccoli and cream sauce.


Breakfast – 2 bellpeppers stuffed with eggs and cheese. You can, alternatively, have an omelet of 2 eggs topped with cheese and bell peppers.

Lunch – Arugula salad with hard-boiled eggs, avocado, turkey and blue cheese.

Dinner – Grilled salmon and spinach cooked in coconut oil


Breakfast – Full-fat yogurt along with a keto granola bar.

Lunch – Steak bowl with cheese, herbs, cauliflower rice, avocado and salsa

Dinner – Bison steak with broccoli topped with cheese.


Breakfast – Baked avocado egg boats

Lunch – Caesar salad along with chicken

Dinner – Pork chops with vegetables


Breakfast – Cauliflower toast along with avocado and cheese

Lunch – Bunless salmon burgers along with pesto sauce

Dinner – Meatballs along with zoodles (zucchini noodles) and a dash of parmesan cheese.


Breakfast – Coconut milk pudding topped with chia seeds and coconuts and walnuts. You can use honey instead of sugar for sweetening.

Lunch – Cobb salad made with hard-boiled eggs, avocado, cheese, turkey and greens.

Dinner – Coconut chicken curry.

End Note

Low-sugar and gluten-free options are a plenty. These meal plans are very diverse and full of flavor. You can change your lunch options and flip them with other dishes. You just have to see that you eat as much less carbs as possible. The only carbs you can consume are from vegetables or grains like rice, barley, quinoa or such others. You have to avoid meat. But animal products are allowed in low-sugar and gluten free meals. There are plenty of vegan options also to choose from. You can also add berries to your breakfast along with other fruits. This will increase the number of carbs you consume in a day. A gluten free and low-sugar diet meal plan generally focuses more on whole and fiber-rich food options. Low-carb vegetables are eaten in plenty and starchy vegetables like potatoes are generally avoided.

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