Has your child (or you) just been diagnosed with a gluten problem? Are you just starting out on your gluten free journey?
This book is for people wanting to know how to start a gluten free diet: what they can and cannot eat. Has heaps of ideas and menus for you and your child, and also a weight-loss section. Learn what going-gluten-free is about.
The purpose of this book is to tell you about gluten and help you on your path to going gluten-free. Gluten is responsible for a vast amount of illness and poor health. One-in-ten people react to gluten. This is producing an enormous burden of sickness on individuals, families and the community – and perhaps you. This book has been put together for people wanting to know how to start a gluten free diet and what they can and cannot eat. It has menu plans for:families to try and a weight loss section as well.
This is your easy-to-follow guide to going gluten-free.
Chapter 1. How to start your pantry and design a menu
What to do first
The basic foods
Let’s go shopping
The basic shopping list
What can I make?
A 7-day menu planner for your first gluten-free week.
Chapter 2. What ingredients should be avoided?
Additives that DO or MIGHT contain gluten
The 1400 Range: additive numbers 1400-1450
The long list of gluten foods
Glucose syrup (derived from wheat) - is there any gluten in it?
Organic four and Spelt flour – is it okay?
Hidden gluten - industrial foods
Avoid packet foods
How can I lower my gluten-free food bill?
Can the whole family go gluten-free?
How strict do I have to be?
What happens if I do not follow strictly the gluten-free diet?
How long do I have to be gluten-free?
Chapter 3. Recipes ideas for gluten-free meals
Marinade for steak
Chicken stuffed with dried fruit
Stuffed egg plants
Dried Fruit Bars
Snack food ideas
More weekly menu planners
Your 3-day weight loss diet
Chapter 4. Weblinks and books
About Dr Rodney Ford
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