Gluten Free Foods

Gluten free foods to look for:

Skin Health Hub Food Allergies Gluten Free FoodsFresh fruit and vegetables, fresh meats, eggs, nuts and legumes, milk, fats and oils and gluten free grains for example rice and corn.

Foods to avoid:

Products derived from wheat, rye, barley or oats. It is also important to avoid cross contamination by avoiding products which have the statement ‘may contain gluten’ on the packaging.

Discovering new and healthy substitutes will help you feel more in control of your diet and health without having to compromise on your favorite foods. It truly is becoming simpler to source great substitutes and after a couple of months you’ll discover numerous approaches to help you adjust to your new way of gluten free eating.

Stay positive and remember that removing gluten from your diet will not only enable your gut to heal and with time will reduce and even eliminate your symptoms.

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