If you hear gluten free and immediately picture a lifetime without pastas and pastries, we get it. So we’re here to gently help you down from that gluten-free fence you’ve been sitting on. There are so many great options available these days that you’re bound to have delicious and satisfying meals over and over again which also leave you feeling your best. In fact, you’ll love these products even if you’re not avoiding gluten!
Ready to treat your taste buds and experience a meaningful improvement of your symptoms? Shop the range below.
Gluten is a protein found in grains such as wheat, barley, couscous and rye which means it’s often in your everyday crackers, breads, pastas and favourite biscuits. It’s also used as an ingredient in many other less-obvious products such as sauces, stocks, gravies, rubs and spreads etc.
Gluten can trigger intestinal problems (and a host of other symptoms too) if you have a gluten intolerance. If you have celiac disease (an immune response to gluten in the digestive system) your aim should be to eliminate gluten from your diet completely.
- Oats are naturally gluten free, but they may become contaminated if processed and packaged in facilities that also process and package gluten-containing products. Always check to see what the label on the packaging says to be sure. The good news is that if you have a gluten intolerance, you may be able to handle a little gluten in your diet.
- Gluten gives products their characteristic elasticity so keep in mind that baking with gluten-free flours may cause your end products to be more dense than you’re used to.