Many companies now create tasty gluten-free products.
Look for specialty flours, pizza doughs, cereals, snack bars, baking mixes, breads, tortilla wraps, cookies, and crackers in your favorite natural foods store.
The certified gluten-free mark is a voluntary certification program that indicates products are made in a dedicated facility, batch-tested for purity, and meet the strictest standards for gluten free (beyond the requirements of government regulations).
OK to Eat
- Nut flours
- Malt or malt flavoring
- Wheat (durum, semolina, kamut, spelt)
Heads up! The following foods often contain gluten:
- Brown rice syrup
- Cereal products
- Ice cream
- Imitation bacon
- Imitation seafood
- Salad dressing
- Soy sauce
- Herbal supplements
- Communion wafers
- Over-the-counter medications.