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6 Gluten Free Foods

Updated on September 1, 2017

Gluten Free Foods

Gluten Free foods
Gluten Free foods

What is Gluten-free diet?

Gluten is a protein commonly found in pastas, crackers and breads. People suffering from celiac disease, also called coeliac disease are prone to allergic reaction when they eat even a tiny amount of gluten. Therefore, it is recommended that people with gluten intolerance should choose only gluten-free diet for optimum health.

The key to maintain a healthy body is to eat foods that provide necessary requirements without affecting our health. Most people take their body for granted, and believe that there is always a second chance. However, when it comes to gluten sensitivity, it is exceptionally important that you must choose what you are eating. Since, consuming even a small amount of gluten can trigger autoimmune allergic reaction that can affect your daily life. The most important thing for any person who has gluten intolerance is to educate themselves about the food products that they should avoid and the food that they can eat.

In this article, you can know about the common food products that you should avoid, if you have gluten intolerance.

Food to Avoid for Gluten Intolerance

Most foods that have wheat, barley and rye must be avoided to avoid gluten allergic reaction. Some of the other most common foods that have gluten protein are listed below.

If you have gluten intolerance symptoms or celiac disease then following are the food items that you must avoid.

  • Pastas – Gnocchi, couscous, dumplings, and raviolis
  • Noodles– Ramen, Soba, and Udon
  • Breads & Pastries – Bagels, Cornbread, Naan, Muffins, Croissants, and muffins
  • Cereal – Corn Flakes and rice puffs
  • Breakfast Foods – Waffles, pancakes, and biscuits

Many distilled/ liquor beverages such as malt beverages, beers, malt vinegars, lagers and ales have gluten in their ingredient. There are few gluten free alcohols such as wine, spirits, sherry and cider. However, you should check the contents of these beverages before betting your health on line.

There are many gluten-free foods and beverages that are available now. For instance, gluten-free breads and other meals are available now to aid the people who have gluten intolerance symptoms. Reading labels or inquiring the contents of diet is recommended to avoid accidentally consumption of gluten.

6 Common List of Gluten Free Foods

It is a fact that a person with gluten intolerance have limited options but world doesn’t ends here. There are many gluten free foods that ensure better taste without compromising the health of your body. Some of the natural gluten free foods that are ideal for your health are listed below.

  • Vegetables
  • Fruits
  • Dairy
  • Nuts, legumes and beans
  • Fish & seafood
  • Meat & poultry

Due to the increasing concern of gluten intolerance, many reputed companies have introduced their products which have no trace of gluten such as gluten-free oats, gluten-free cereals and sauces.

To ensure that you are not consuming any gluten, it is suggested that you must prepare your meals from scratch. You can take the help of dietitian to prepare the list of healthy and gluten free diet chart. There are many restaurants that are providing gluten-free meals to their patrons. You must also check the labels of food products that you purchase to avoid the aftermath of gluten allergy.

If you have overcome the difficulties of living gluten-free, then please let us know about your favorite gluten free meal in the comment below.

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