100+ Gluten Free Resources
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I’m sure many of you have heard all the hype going on regarding gluten. Some people have severe allergies to gluten, while others may just be jumping on the bandwagon. Regardless of your reason, I wanted to put something together that would help people who choose to be gluten free.
Earlier this year, my husband Aaron and I made the switch to a gluten free diet. It was extremely difficult at first because it seemed like everything had gluten in it! As we continue to learn which foods naturally do not contain gluten, it has become much easier to live with this dietary restriction and so worth it.
Below are some resources that I hope you can utilize or recommend to someone you know is gluten free.
Please note, this information is intended to be a helpful resource to those endeavoring to maintain a gluten free lifestyle and should not be taken as medical advice or approval for any of the following products.
Why Gluten Free?
If you’re interested in learning what we heard that helped us make an educated decision to cut gluten out of our diet, I recommend watching this YouTube video.
You should also visit this website to learn more about the symptoms associated with gluten intolerance. Not only people who suffer from celiac disease have a gluten intolerance.
I personally saw major improvement in multiple areas of my body once I cut gluten out of my diet. I’ve struggled with acne for as long as I can remember, and once I quit consuming gluten, my skin cleared up drastically. To be certain that the gluten is what had made the difference, Aaron and I intentionally ate gluten to see how it would affect us (Little Cesar’s pizza- gluten heaven). Sure enough, I broke out horribly after eating it and still break out from time to time when I know I haven’t been as cautious to avoid gluten while eating out. I also saw improvement in my muscles and joints which used to always be tight and achy. I don’t feel bloated hardly ever and I don’t get headaches half as much as I used to.
The How Can It Be Gluten Free Cookbook: Revolutionary Techniques. Groundbreaking Recipes. (I have this one because Aaron loves the show – America’s Test Kitchen.)
50+ Most Pinned Gluten Free Recipes by Gluten Free Daddy
30+ No Sugar Desserts (Paleo, Gluten Free) by Healy Eats Real
Even supplements can have gluten in them. You have to be very cautious and read labels carefully. Vitamin Packs personalized supplements delivers a carefully selected assortment of vitamins to you monthly based on a free personalized assessment. They take the guess work out of purchasing your supplements and you can do it from the comfort of your home. The vitamins come in a little pack for each day so you no longer need to juggle a bunch of bottles or keep track of that day of the week container.
Vega One All-in-One Nutritional Shake (The french vanilla is really good!)
Gluten Free Restaurant Menus: The Ultimate Guide by Urban Tastebud (over 200 menus)
Gluten Free Fast Food Restaurants by Urban Tastebud (over 75 restaurants)
Gluten Free Dessert and Drinks by Urban Tastebud (0ver 15 restaurants)
HelloFresh offers gluten free meals but they leave it up to the customer to order only the meals labeled as such.
Freshly – Get 30% Off Your First Week. All of their meals are gluten free.
PlateJoy allows you to customize your meal plan according to your dietary restrictions, needs, and time constraints. Get $10 Off Your First Month at PlateJoy.com! Use Promo Code: GET10 at Checkout.
The following brands offer a variety of gluten free cosmetics and can be purchased on Amazon.
The Gluten Free Scanner: reads barcodes and lets you know if the ingredients contain gluten
Find Me Gluten Free: find gluten free options near you
Thanks for reading. I really hope this is helpful to those of you going gluten free! What are your favorite gluten free places & products?
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