For anyone who has Celiac disease; a gluten free diet is imperative. Although you may not have Celiac disease; you can still benefit from the protein found in gluten foods.

Celiac Disease

Since many of you may not be aware of Celiac disease; this is a serious disorder that can lead to damage in the small intestine. When someone eats food with wheat, rye and barley, this can lead to a serious health issue. In the first place, Celiac disease can affect people of any age.

Consequently, the only treatment for this disease if to eat a strict gluten free diet.

Gluten Free Diet Awareness Month

So this month, let’s celebrate going gluten free. Not only does this help anyone who has Celiac disease, but also helps improve cholesterol levels, digestive health and helps increase your energy.

Are you ready to try this diet? Indeed, the benefits of avoiding processed foods will help you with weight loss. Moreover, on this diet, you eat more fruit and vegetables. By eliminating this type of food from your daily diet, you’re benefitting.

In fact, the less processed food you have, the better you will feel. Above all, if you’re trying this diet for health purposes, like any diet, keep portion size in mind.

Gluten Free Meal Options

In any case, if you’re ready to try eating gluten-free food, the following is some good food options. For breakfast, the following foods are recommended.

  • Omelet with vegetables
  • Gluten free muffins
  • Gluten free bagels

For lunch, the following food are some options to consider.

  • Caprese Panini
  • Turkey chili
  • Taco salad
  • Tuna
  • Tuna salad

If you’re a snack eater like me, the following are a few I recommend.

  • Hard boiled eggs
  • Banana
  • Peanut butter
  • Almonds
  • Dried apricots
  • Nachos
  • Low-fat strawberry or vanilla ice cream
  • Popcorn balls
  • Protein shake

Finally, for dinner, I recommend the following food choices.

  • Roasted vegetable and Quinoa Salad
  • Zoodles
  • Salmon
  • Pork loin
  • Steak
  • Garlic mashed cauliflower
  • Chicken with mushrooms

Of course, going gluten free can be challenging. However, like any diet, it requires perseverance.

As always, I welcome your comments.