Theres a few tips that I’ve picked up about eating Gluten Free, and it doesn’t involve carrying a gluten free foods list around the store. I’ve noted some below:
- Start reading the labels: It’s the law in most places, including North America, to list gluten on the label if it has been used in the food.
- Always stick to the naturally gluten free foods like I’ve also listed in my other post, however I’ve found a lot of other types of foods that we can get away with in the book.
- Also, if you look for foods that contain rice, corn, soy, buckwheat, sorghum, teff, millet or pure oats, these are also very good for avoiding gluten!
- The main tip that you need this book for, is to avoid the trap of foods in cans, boxes and jars. A lot of the time foods that you would think would be on a gluten free foods list probably have been altered to be able to last longer in a can or jar. Usually adding gluten to help the lasting process!
- Theres also a few ingredients and foods that are definitely not on a gluten free foods list, watch out for the items below:
- Malt Vineger
- Malt Syrup
- Barley Malt
- Malt Extract
- Soya Sauce
- Starch derived from wheat
- Any products that do not list the contents at all.
- Brewers yeast
One thing I would definitely say was useful is something very simple if you are a parent looking for a gluten free foods list for your child: take your child with you! If they are of a reasonably mature age, let them get into the habit of noticing what foods to get. It could help them deal with the condition a lot better growing up.
Trust me guys, this is just the tip of the iceberg. There are so many other things that Felicity teaches you in this book, I would urge you to try it! She offers a 60-day money back guarantee with it too, so there’s nothing to lose! Go now and have a look?