What You Can Eat on a Gluten Free Diet
eating gluten-free can be fun and push us out of our box to explore and create new dishes and desserts. Being gluten-free can even make us an advocate for gluten-free that tastes good!
When you’re out and about, whether shopping or dining, keep this list handy! Although extensive, this is not a complete list of all gluten-containing foods. Your best defense is to be an informed, excellent label reader and check out the label before you buy every time you shop. Don’t ever assume that jar of nuts or trail mix doesn’t have gluten because it says gluten-free on the box. Make sure to read through all the ingredients, then look to see if there is a warning for cross-contamination.
What You Should NOT Eat on a Gluten-Free Diet: Foods to Avoid
These foods are a BIG NO-NO if you are eating gluten-free, especially for an allergy, gluten intolerance, or celiacs disease. Stay away from these foods: pretend they are the light you want to move away from at the end of the tunnel!
news is, the gluten-free flavors were labeled at this one shop. Now you’re talking! If everyone would just label their food, the world would be a better place, now wouldn’t it?
Double-check these foods BEFORE you eat them. Gluten has a way of sneaking into the foods we don’t expect, but we are smarter than gluten now, aren’t we?
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