HGluten Free Nutrition Plan (30 Days)

A guide for people who suffer from Celiac Disease or a Gluten Sensitivity. Learn steps to remove gluten from your diet and enjoy delicious recipes that are gluten free.

Why Gluten Free?  

Celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, or gluten allergy may be the reason for choosing a gluten free diet.  If you suffer from any of the above, it is necessary for you to learn to eat gluten free. Gluten is one of the proteins found in wheat (including Kamut & Spelt), barley, rye and triticale. For people with Celiac disease, gluten causes the immune system to attack the cells in your body. Gluten triggers an immune response to attack the lining of the small intestine. The damage to the small intestine interferes with the adsorption of nutrients and increases the risk for bone disease, anemia and intestinal cancer. 

Changing your diet can be challenging in the beginning but it will get easier . While a gluten free diet can be restrictive in some aspects it doesn't have to be all about deprivation. There are so many naturally gluten free foods available to you. It can be helpful to focus on the positive effects the gluten free diet will have on your health. You will begin to feel so much better each day you are gluten free. Be patient, it may take a couple of weeks or even months depending on the severity of your illness. 

We are going to give you guidelines, tips, food lists, and meal ideas to help you easily transition to a gluten free diet. For a Gluten Free Food List see tab above. 

The menus are full of nutrient rich foods that are naturally gluten free. You will find lean meats, fruits, nuts and whole grains such as brown rich and quinoa. 

Meal Suggestions
Here are some meal suggestions for the day. For more gluten free meal ideas, check out the tab above.

BREAKFAST: If you usually eat cold cereal, try Rice or Corn Chex. They are gluten free, widely available, come in a variety of flavors and are less expensive then other gluten free cereals. If you enjoy a hot breakfast have eggs any style. Try the Goat Cheese and Asparagus Scramble (recipe below)

LUNCH: Leftovers are the easiest and you can add a salad or fresh fruit to complete it. Today, make a big salad with what you have on hand or try this delicious Chef's Salad.

DINNER: You can keep it simple. You can make a meal using any meat, poultry or fish with steamed veggies and a side of brown rice or baked potato. Try the delicious Chicken and quinoa recipe below and save some chicken for tomorrows lunch.

SNACKS: Choose from the "G-Free Snack" list in the tab above.


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Nutrition - Gluten Free Plan (30 Days)

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