Advanced Culinary Nutrition, Therapeutic Diets and Menu Planning
For Each of the following diets:
1- GLUTEN FREEdiet.
2- 6-FED( six food elimination diet) Take the top 6 most common food allergens out of your diet (milk products, eggs, wheat, soy, peanut/tree nuts, and fish/shellfish).
3- SCDThe Specific Carbohydrate Diet.
4- FODMAPS (also known as “The Low FODMAP Diet”) eliminates foods that are high in these carbohydrates Fermentable Oligosaccharide Disaccharide MonosaccharideAnd Polyolsaccharide.
5- GAPS diet (The Gut and Psychology Syndrome Diet).
6- KETO diet (a low carb diet)
7-MAD diet (Modifed Atkins diet)
9-MCS (Multiple Chemical Sensitivity) Eating for MCS is centered around two main principles:Consume foods free of pesticides, preservatives, and other artificial ingredients.Focus on foods high in antioxidants, magnesium, B6 and vitamin C ,also Avoiding artificial ingredients is also extremely crucial for MCS.
10-DETOX OR COGNITIVE PROTECTIVE (Detox is a shortened version of the word “detoxification,” which is a term that meansthe elimination of toxins from the body. The detox diet simply means that you’re removing toxins from your bloodstream, liver, kidneys and intestines.
1- Develop 2 original recipes for each of the therapeutic diets (10 diets X 2 recipes = 20 recipes).
a-Each recipe must have a list of ingredients and method of preparation.
b-Each recipe must meet the criteria for each therapeutic diet.
2-Develop a weeks’menu 7 days for each day Breakfast /Lunch/Dinner /SNACKS for each of the above therapeutic diets. You must include your original recipes. You do not need to include recipes for menu items like: eggs any style, toast, big salad, cold cut sandwich, roast chicken. You do need to include recipes for menu items such as: Paleo beef chowder, gluten free crepes, FODMAP friendly whole grain muffins, where it is not obvious how the menu item would be prepared.
You must give credit to recipes taken off line.