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|Eligible Ages||6 Years - 18 Years|
Inclusion Criteria:1- Jordanian children aged between 6 to 18 years old . 2- diagnosed with diabetes type 1 and celiac disease together.
Exclusion Criteria:1- any children diagnosed with celiac disease alone.
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|University of Jordan|
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|marah AT al-majali, masterreema tayyem, phd|
|Principal Investigator Affiliation||studentsupervisor|
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|Diabetes Mellitus, Type 1, Celiac Disease in Children|
the main objective of this study to compare the effects of three diets: carbohydrate count with gluten-free diet, DASH and carbohydrate count with gluten-free diet, and gluten-free diet alone on glycemic control, growth rate, and the quality of life of 45 individual patients diagnosed with diabetes and celiac disease, who are receiving care in Prince Hamzah Hospital, and aged between 6-18 years, will be enrolled in this study. the duration of the follow-up will be up to ( 9 months); starting from the first interview and enrollment till reaching 9 months from the intervention. all the biochemical tests that are routinely measured will be recorded for each patients during the follow-up duration. these biochemical tests will be, mainly hemoglobin A1C, serum glucose, tissue-trans glutamines IgA( TTG IgA), vitamin D, calcium, phosphorus, and acute intermittent porphyria ( AIP) and will be recorded at baseline, after 6 months and at the end of the study (12 months). growth rate, and quality of life will be also assessed at based line, after 6 months and at the end of the study.
Experimental: Dietary intervention CHO counting combined with GFD
Carbohydrate counting diet will be prepared according to Kulkarni, (2005). Tailored diet plans according to patient's food preference, physical activity level and appropriate insulin: Carbohydrates ratio will be prescribed for each participants. Diets were based on each participants' recommended intakes of energy, protein (15-25%), fat (30-40%) and carbohydrate (40-50%) (Thomas and Gutierrez, 2005; Kleinwechter et al., 2014). Energy requirement will be determined in the participants' weight. The carbohydrate counts will be distributed into three main meals and 3 snacks, with the general dietary advice and diet that will be prescribed by hospital for participants
Experimental: Dietary intervention CHO Counting with GFD & DASH
The recommended intakes of energy, protein (15-25%), fat (30-40%) and carbohydrate (40-50%) will be similar to that in carbohydrate counting diet which mentioned above. DASH diet food choices will be inserted in the diet of the participants assigned for the combined diet of DASH and carbohydrate counting. The emphasis will be more on the fruits and vegetables group (>8 servings/day), whole grains (at least half of the amount of the total servings of cereals; 6-8 servings/day), fat free dairy products (2-3 servings/day), lean meat and plant proteins (0-2 servings/day) and nuts (5-7 servings/week). From the fat group olive oil will represent the main type of fat (20-25% of total fat %). Adequate intake of sodium (2000mg) will be applied into participants' diet, with the general dietary advice and diet that will be prescribed by hospital for participants
No Intervention: General Dietary guidlines
the general dietary advice and diet that will be prescribed by hospital for participants
Behavioral: - diet therapy
Adjusting the quantity and quality of food intake to improve glycemic control, growth rate and quality of life among children with type 1 diabetes and celiac disease.
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