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Gluten-free Diet Foods To Eat And Not To Eat

A newly diagnosed celiac patient is obviously overwhelmed by doubts arising as to what he/she can eat and what not to eat; this aside the depression that he/she has been diagnosed with celiac. It is because these patients have to strictly follow a strict diet regimen that is gluten-free to keep their symptoms at bay and address their condition. Consuming a completely gluten-free diet is the perfect and the only solution for such patients as there are no pills, drugs, medicines or vaccines to treat the celiac.

Foods To Eat On A Gluten-free Diet

Maintaining a gluten-free diet is the first thing that is suggested by a physician and it is not easy as said, as because the gluten-found grains are used in the making of several foods- known and unknown. It becomes so difficult to tell by name of the food whether it is gluten-free or not, making it easy to taking gluten unawares and having symptoms exacerbated. But thanks to online information today it is not a huge problem as there are lots of food items lately, which do not contain gluten and a few food items are made free of gluten are still rich in nutrients and make them delicious too. Here is a list of gluten-free foods that are safe to consume by gluten intolerant people:

Gluten-free Foods For Gluten Intolerant People

Amaranth
Arrowroot
Buckwheat
Cassava
Corn
Flax
Garbanzo beans (chickpeas)
Indian rice grass
Job's tears
Legumes
Millet
Nut flours
Potatoes
Quinoa
Rice
Sago
Seeds

Soy
Sorghum
Tapioca
Teff
Wild rice
Yucca
Plan meat, poultry, fish, shellfish, and eggs
Dry peas and beans, nuts, peanut butter, and soybeans
Tofu
Fruit
Fresh, frozen, and canned vegetables
Milk
Plain yogurt

Cottage cheese
Cheese
Pure instant or ground coffee
Tea
Carbonated beverages
Alcohol - wine, vodka, gin, rum
Butter
Margarine
Vegetable oils
Lard
Shortening
Sugar
Honey
Jelly
Jam
Olives
Black pepper

There are several other products which contain gluten and you should know them to stay off them. These include things like:

Food Products That Contain Gluten

Beer and other grain-based alcohol
Breading
Brown rice syrup
Caramel color
Communion wafers
Couscous
Croutons
Dairy substitutes
Dextrin

Dry roasted nuts
Gravy
Herbs
Hydrolyzed vegetable protein
Imitation seafood
Licorice
Lipstick, lip gloss, chapstick
Luncheon meats
Malt flavoring

Matzo
Modified food starch
Play clay
Postage stamps
Salad dressings
Seasonings
Soups, bouillon, broths
Soy sauce
Supplements
Toothpaste

Following is the list of foods that contain gluten:

Gluten Foods

Barley
Bran
Bromated flour
Bulgur
Couscous
Durum flour
Enriched flour
Farina
Faro
Graham Flour
Matzo meal/flour
Malt or malt flavoring (can be made from barley)

Malt vinegar (made from barley)
Orzo
Panko
Phosphated flour
Plain flour
Rye
Seitan
Self-rising flour
Semolina
Triticale (a cross between wheat and rye)
Udon

Wheat
a) Einkorn
b) Emmer
c) Spelt
d) Kamut
e) Wheat starch
f) Wheat bran
g) Wheat germ
h) Cracked wheat
i) Hydrolyzed wheat protein
j) White flour

Looking For Gluten-free Stuff At Grocery Store

As you take a visit to your grocer, you must know which food items to look for to get gluten–free diet in the first place. There are lots of things available in this category; you simply need to develop awareness about those products. In addition, they are nutrients rich, and therefore there will not be any nutritional deficiency. The only thing; however, is to change the eating habits according to your condition.

Note : Awareness is most important thing to address a condition. Knowing safe and unsafe foods is problem addressed by more than 50% of celiac patients.

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