Living Gluten-free Guide
journey beyond the Gluten!
Discovering you have coeliac disease may seem overwhelming initially, but fear not! This marks the beginning of a journey towards improved well-being and a world of delicious, wholesome meals that will leave both you and your body delighted.
Starting a gluten-free diet may seem daunting at first, but by slowly transitioning into this lifestyle one step at a time, you will eventually get used to it. It is important to understand which foods are naturally gluten-free and create a meal plan that fits your needs and taste buds.
Starting a Gluten-Free Diet: Simple Gluten-Free Meal Plan (7 days)
When you are diagnosed with Celiac for the first time, the most important thing to do first is to control your diet.
FOODS TO CHECK
When starting a gluten-free diet, there are certain food items you should be aware of. Reading labels is an important part of staying safe from hidden sources of gluten, so always read the label carefully before eating something new.
Cross-contamination occurs when food comes into contact with traces of gluten, either through shared cooking utensils or contaminated surfaces. Always keep your kitchen clean and make sure the utensils you use for cooking gluten-free dishes are separate from those used for regular recipes.
Symptoms Of Bread Intolerance
Bread is a staple food for many people across the world. It’s a pretty basic food that is used for sandwiches, toast, and as a base for many dishes. But bread is not perfect and has little effect on those who don’t tolerate gluten. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye, which makes it difficult to digest for some people.
Living with Coeliac Disease
Finding Gluten-Free Alternatives in Restaurants and Cafes
Imagine the thrill of dining out while effortlessly adhering to your gluten-free lifestyle. As someone who has navigated the challenges of finding alternatives, I understand the frustration.