Whether you've been diagnosed with Celiac disease, are gluten-intolerant, or are eating a gluten-free diet for your own health benefits, you will know that it is not a cheap diet to be on. Here are some tips to help you eat gluten-free on a budget.
Diet food plans ♥ Health diet plan Paleo-Pescatarian Plan Infographic "Paleo-pescatarian? Anyone? Only the most relevant foods apply; dairy-free is out, gluten free is in, and absolutely no sugary snacks whatsoever (cakes, pies, donuts, pastries, candy bars, taffy, sweet tarts, chews, and mike and ike's, chewing gums, tic tacs, mentos, etc -- you get the picture)."
Being told you have to go gluten free can be extremely overwhelming. Here are 20 great tips for anyone going gluten free. If you would like to regain your health without going crazy, check out these amazing resources- one being a gluten-free guide to your favorite restaurants and of course, amazing and healthy recipes! http://www.groundedandsurrounded.com/gluten-free-101/
When you ditch bread, pasta, rice, refined cereals, sugary foods, preservatives and additives... everything changes. Remember, those so-called foods were NOT part of our diets thousands of years ago and not coincidentally, there were no incidents of heart disease, cancer, obesity, diabetes and other conditions
For World Autism Awareness Day---"SpeechSnacks" page dedicated to ASD, ADHD and special dietary needs---includes recipes and resources for those looking to feed their children a gluten-free, casein-free diet.