This article will list the basic foods you can buy that are gluten free by nature.
If you are newly diagnosed or want to find out more for a friend or loved one or are just curious, this is your place to start.
Quick caveat, for some products we list below, you will have to carefully read the food labels because of the dangers of cross contamination (we will mention it a lot). We will highlight them as you read along and of course, also give you our tips!
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Let’s start with some basics! We will walk you through a list of gluten free foods to help you get started on your gluten free journey!
We will focus this article on some major items that are naturally gluten free and from which you may start your culinary journey. Having coeliac disease, having gluten allergy or being gluten intolerant does not mean that you are enslaved to tasteless or ‘raw’ foods. It’s true that some people may have multiple and sometimes severe allergies that require them to have a super strict diet. For those of you who are impacted by multiple restrictions, you will have hopefully had specialist nutritionist advice and a food plan and we hope that you will succeed in managing this aspect of your life!
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Did you know that today (16 May 2019) is International Coeliac Day?
In the UK Coeliac Awareness Week ran from 9-15 May 2019 and aimed to raise awareness about Coeliac Disease. It was sponsored by Coeliac UK, an organisation that provides support for people who suffer from this disease.
In the US the entire month of May is designated as Coeliac Awareness Month and the attempt to raise awareness recurs every year (you guessed it, in the month of May) for the disease, which afflicts 1 in a 100 people (in Europe), is supported by the National Federation for Coeliac Awareness.
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Welcome to the Best Glutenfree Tips!
We created this site to share our experience as we had to learn and navigate what it meant to be gluten free since the diagnosis of our son with Coeliac Disease. Over time, we found that no one else had this auto-immune disease in our family.
Having 3 children, our life is fast paced and it was always easy to whip up a quick meal (pasta!) or slap together a quick sandwich as a lunch or snack. The challenge since the diagnosis was to continue providing healthy meals and snacks for the family but having to specially cater for the gluten free diet and all the challenge (preparations, cross contamination etc.) that entailed.
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