Published On: Thu, Jan 31st, 2019

Up for a Gluten-free lifestyle?

There is nothing healthier than going for a Gluten-free lifestyle. Our ancestor is much healthier than our present generation probably because of their consideration in having a grain food diet. Such as wheat, barley and rye.

A select of few whole grains contain gluten, yet few are naturally gluten-free. It is vital to double check the food labels before purchasing whole grains. Certain gluten-free whole grain. can go contaminated with gluten, especially processed gluten-containing food.

Always Double check Fruits and Vegetables like;

Canned fruits and vegetables
Dried fruits and Vegetables
Frozen fruits and Vegetables
Prechopped fruits and vegetables

Some of the Gluten-free Whole Grains
1. Quinoa
3. Brown rice
4. Tapioca
5. Millet
7. Arrowroot

Grains to Avoid; All variety of whole wheat, Rye, Barley and Triticale. Some of these ingredients are cooked make products like crackers bread, cereals, pasta, baked and snack foods.

All fresh fruits and vegetables are naturally gluten-free. However, there are few like processed fruits and vegetables that may contain gluten. They are mostly added for flavouring or thickener.

Gluten-containing ingredients are mostly added to processed fruits and vegetables include modified food starch, hydrolyzed wheat protein, malt and maltodextrin.

Few Gluten-free Vegetables and Fruits to Eat

1. Bananas
2.Citrus fruits including grapefruit and oranges
3. Apples
4. Berries
5. Peaches
6. Pears
7. Cruciferous vegetables, including broccoli and cauliflower


However, its important to aware that few individuals have difficulty in coping up of a gluten-free diet. 


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Up for a Gluten-free lifestyle?