In recent years, more consumers have become aware of what it means to have celiac disease. There’s also growing awareness of gluten intolerance, wheat sensitivity and related conditions.
But it can still be challenging to determine what you can eat – and what you must avoid. Gluten can lurk in all types of foods, from soups to salad dressings to sorbet. So we’ve developed a shopping list to guide you with tips for different categories.
Add fresh fruit to your grains and put a dollop of yogurt on top for protein to finish off that morning meal.
Feeling glum because you can’t have bread or wraps to make a sandwich? Not necessarily true. Delicious options include Ener-G Light Tapioca Loaf and Julian Bakery Wraps. You can even make your own gluten-free bread with a mix from Bob’s Red Mill.
Cake, cookies and cupcakes are a few of everyone’s favorite things. And in the increasingly expanding world of gluten-free products, they can be yours as well. Try Namaste Gluten-Free Cake Mix, for example. When it comes to cookies, experiment with different flavors from Pamela’s Products. Longing for little cupcakes? Try Glutino Gluten Free Brownie Mix.
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