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Gluten Free Diet Quick Start Guide

One of our good friends messaged me last week. His daughter had been diagnosed with Celiac Disease and he wanted some good getting started info. I sent him a message with links to my “getting started” posts, and then I realized how convenient it would be to actually have all those posts on one page. Continue reading

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A List of Gluten Free Foods You Can Eat

Before we get started with this list, a little disclaimer. Always, always, always, always, always read the label on any processed or packaged food. Always. Even food that you are sure is gluten free. Too often I’ve bought something while being distracted by little people and gotten it home and discovered that the company had changed the formula and it now contained something with gluten. If you aren’t sure what to look for, stick with brands that clearly label their products with “gluten free” or click here to check out a list of ingredients that contain gluten.

The list below consists mostly of naturally gluten free foods.

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What can you eat now?

You’ve just gone gluten free and now you feel like you’re starving. What on earth are you supposed to eat? Here’s a really quick list of foods you’re familiar with:
Meat
Eggs
Milk
Cheese (just not blue cheese, it’s made with bread mold)
Fruit
Vegetables
Potatoes
Corn
Rice
Coffee
Tea
Sugar
Honey
Peanut butter
Does that get the wheels turning? You can still eat Chicken, Beef, Bacon, and Pork. Scrambled eggs with melted cheese. Roasted winter vegetables, fruit smoothies, polenta, garlic mashed potatoes, rice dishes. Your morning cup of coffee with a side of peanut butter cookies that will cure every craving. Add in the many gluten free products available and your diet won’t really change.