What about additional diet concerns?

What about additional diet concerns?

Counteracting possible dietary deficiencies and associated intolerances.

The gluten free diet, which has now been used to treat the celiac disease for more than 50 years, is a nutritional regimen that is appropriate for all age groups, even in special situations (such as pregnancy or diabetes). The necessity of excluding foods derived from wheat may, however, lead to a less-than-optimal intake of vegetable fibre. One may compensate for this by consuming an adequate amount of fresh fruit and vegetables every day. It is also important to ensure a sufficient intake of vitamins, particularly of the B complex, and calcium.