Diet for Gluten Intolerance
Learn about your food options if you're going gluten-free
If you have gluten intolerance/sensitivity, you obviously need to eliminate gluten from your diet. The most common culprits are wheat, rye, and barley.
Eliminating wheat, in particular, can be challenging for most Americans because breads, cereals, crackers, and the like have become dietary staples. Beyond the obvious sources, gluten is also present in many sauces, flavorings, and prepared foods, including soy sauce, beer, and frozen French fries.
You do have options. For example, you can buy flour and baked goods made of brown rice, almonds, potatoes, quinoa, and other gluten-free grains. And thanks to increasing awareness, many products are now carrying gluten-free labels.
Furthermore, this way of eating is healthier overall. The things you’ll be eliminating—breads, pastries, pastas, etc.—should be off limits to everyone dealing with weight or blood sugar issues, whether they’re gluten-sensitive or not.
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