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Simple List of
Gluten-Free
Foods
Fresh Vegetables
Fresh vegetables are naturally gluten-
free and provide essential vitamins and
nutrients your body needs ...
Fresh Meat, Fish and
Poultry
Fresh meat, fish and poultry can be eaten
as part of a gluten-free diet when prepared
with gl...
Tree Nuts
Tree nuts do not contain gluten and are an
excellent source of protein and healthy fats. Tree
nuts include peanu...
Beans
Many beans are gluten-free and are
a good source of protein and other
essential vitamins and nutrients.
Fava beans, ...
Source:
http://www.ehow.com/info_8059033_simple-list-glutenfree-foods.html
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Simple List of Gluten Free Foods

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Gluten is the protein element of wheat, rye, barley and other similar grains. For those that cannot tolerate gluten when it comes in contact with the small intestine, a condition known as Celiac disease, which is known to be genetically determined, gluten must be avoided. While it may seem difficult at first, once you get used to checking labels and buying food items you know to be gluten free products, you can eat a balanced, healthy diet full of rich flavours.

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Simple List of Gluten Free Foods

  1. 1. Simple List of Gluten-Free Foods
  2. 2. Fresh Vegetables Fresh vegetables are naturally gluten- free and provide essential vitamins and nutrients your body needs to function properly. As with meat, fish and poultry, marinated vegetables should be avoided unless you are certain they are made with gluten-free ingredients.
  3. 3. Fresh Meat, Fish and Poultry Fresh meat, fish and poultry can be eaten as part of a gluten-free diet when prepared with gluten-free ingredients. Breaded, batter-coated and marinated items should be avoided unless you can verify they are gluten-free.
  4. 4. Tree Nuts Tree nuts do not contain gluten and are an excellent source of protein and healthy fats. Tree nuts include peanuts, almonds, Brazil nuts, filberts, cashews and pecans. Tree nuts can be eaten raw, roasted or made into butters or oils as long as they are not mixed with ingredients that do contain gluten.
  5. 5. Beans Many beans are gluten-free and are a good source of protein and other essential vitamins and nutrients. Fava beans, black beans, red beans, soy beans, garbanzo beans and navy beans are all fairly common in canned, easy-to-prepare varieties and in dried form.
  6. 6. Source: http://www.ehow.com/info_8059033_simple-list-glutenfree-foods.html Images: http://www.kunara.com.au/

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