Gluten-free eating has turned into a far-reaching phenomenon in the past few years as many others who have not been diagnosed with celiac disease have turned to the diet to lose weight and improve their overall health and wellness. As a result, countless options for gluten-free packaged foods and restaurant meals have emerged. Sorting through those, as well as the various health issues surrounding the gluten-free trend, has become the new challenge. This book helps by giving the reader the following: An explanation of the varying degrees of gluten intolerance. Lists of which foods contain gluten, including those with qhidden gluten, q plus a thorough guide to foods that are naturally gluten free. A shopping guide for choosing among the plethora of packaged gluten-free offerings to find the healthiest, best-tasting, and best-value options. Help for avoiding gluten while traveling and dining out. Information devoted to helping kids, who are notorious picky eaters, avoid the gluten that is prevalent in the foods that they like most. More than 50 recipes for staples, meals, baked goods, and more. A two-week gluten-free meal plan.Whatever youlike andworks foryou, use it. Why are listsso important? Because inglutenfree eating, youa#39;ll rarely findone storethat fitsallyour needs.Maybethe sweet rice flour comes from store A, whilethe glutenfree pizza crusts are only availableanbsp;...
|Title||:||Idiot's Guides: Gluten-Free Eating|
|Author||:||Elizabeth King Humphrey, Jeanette Hurt|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2014-01-07|