Going Gluten Free: A Quick Start Guide for a Gluten-Free Diet
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Sign up now. Gluten-free diet To follow a gluten-free diet, you must avoid wheat and some other grains, while choosing substitutes that provide nutrients for a healthy diet. By Mayo Clinic Staff. Show references Duyff RL. Cope with food allergies and other food sensitivies. New York, N. Newberry C, et al.
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The Toxic Truth About Gluten-Free Food and Celiac Disease
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Gluten sensitivity and psoriasis: What's the connection? Gluten is a protein found in certain grains, wheat, rye, barley and spelt that cause an autoimmune reaction in people with Celiac Disease and illness in people with gluten intolerance. Because of processing procedures, oats are often contaminated with gluten.
Is a gluten-free diet good for your health?
Gluten free oats may still cause an autoimmune reaction in some people with Celiac Disease. A gluten free diet is a diet that completely eliminates all gluten. People on a gluten free diet can eat naturally gluten free food or gluten free varieties of their favorite baked goods. Going gluten free can be hard, but this step-by-step plan will help make it easier.
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Multi-ingredient soups, soup-bases, stocks and bouillons. Do your homework. Condiments and sauces may or may not be gluten free, depending upon the ingredients used. Sprinkles, jimmies and nonpareils. The ingredients in these Candies may not be gluten free. For a reliable, regularly updated list of gluten free candies, About. What laws govern gluten free food labeling in the United States? Since the use by manufacturers is entirely optional, many non-labeled products are gluten free.
The difference now is that no foods that bear the term gluten free may have more than 20 ppm gluten. Clean your kitchen : My kitchen at home is completely gluten free. We began a gluten free diet for my son when he was very, very young, and I found it was much easier to maintain a completely gluten free kitchen.
Over a decade later, and we are still that way. We removed everything from our kitchen that was not gluten free. We donated or gave to friends any gluten-containing packaged foods, including otherwise gluten free condiments that had already been opened and were contaminated with gluten. What we bought new: A toaster, since our previous one was filled with crumbs Any porous cutting or cooking surfaces and utensils like plastic and wood cutting boards, wooden, plastic or silicone utensils, unenameled cast iron pans, baking pans and muffin tins.
Our colander, mesh sieves and sifter, as gluten is sticky and hides in crevices. If you use nonstick pans, I would replace them as they never seem to get squeaky clean. These will help you get started baking some very simple recipes.
I always recommend that your first baking recipe be a drop cookie recipe, like my drop sugar cookies. Make sure anything you put in your mouth is gluten free. That means toothpaste! Most toothpastes are mouthwashes are, indeed, gluten free. But double check to be sure.
Other Resources There is a lot of other really useful information on the web on this topic. I have already linked to much of it, but here are some of my other favorite resources on a gluten free diet: The Basic Gluten Free Diet from Gluten Free Living. The Quick Start Guide from Celiac.
Gluten Free Resources from Gluten Dude. Here are some articles you might find interesting or infuriating, depending upon the article : Against the Grain: Should You Go Gluten Free? Like this recipe? Comments are closed.