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Gluten Free & Celiac Disease Meal Delivery

For individuals with celiac disease, it’s crucial to follow a strict gluten-free diet to manage symptoms and prevent damage to the small intestine. Here are some naturally gluten-free foods that are safe to consume:

  1. Fruits and Vegetables: Fresh, frozen, and canned fruits and vegetables are naturally gluten-free and provide a wide range of vitamins, minerals, and fiber.
  2. Lean Proteins: Choose unprocessed, lean protein sources such as poultry, fish, eggs, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, and tofu.
  3. Whole Grains: While wheat, barley, and rye are off-limits, there are several gluten-free whole grains you can enjoy, such as:
    • Rice (brown, white, wild)
    • Quinoa
    • Millet
    • Buckwheat
    • Amaranth
    • Corn (cornmeal, cornstarch)
    • Oats (certified gluten-free oats, as cross-contamination can be an issue)
  4. Dairy and Dairy Alternatives: Most dairy products are gluten-free, but be cautious of flavored or pre-packaged dairy products that may contain added gluten. Additionally, plant-based milk alternatives like almond, soy, or coconut milk are generally gluten-free, but it’s wise to choose unsweetened varieties to avoid hidden gluten.
  5. Nuts and Seeds: Nuts and seeds in their natural forms are safe for those with celiac disease. However, be cautious of flavored or seasoned varieties that may contain gluten-containing additives.
  6. Gluten-Free Flours: There are many gluten-free flour options available for baking, including almond flour, coconut flour, rice flour, potato flour, and chickpea flour. These can be used as substitutes in gluten-free recipes.
  7. Gluten-Free Pasta and Breads: Look for pasta and bread made from gluten-free grains like rice, corn, quinoa, or legumes.
  8. Herbs and Spices: Most herbs and spices are naturally gluten-free, but always read labels on spice blends or seasonings to ensure they don’t contain hidden sources of gluten.
  9. Gluten-Free Snacks: Choose snacks that are certified gluten-free, such as rice cakes, popcorn, gluten-free granola bars, and veggie chips.
  10. Gluten-Free Packaged Foods: Many packaged foods are now labeled as gluten-free. Be sure to read labels carefully to verify their gluten-free status and to check for potential cross-contamination.

It’s important to be vigilant about cross-contamination, especially when dining out or using shared kitchen equipment. Cross-contamination can occur when gluten-free foods come into contact with surfaces, utensils, or foods that contain gluten. If you have celiac disease, working with a registered dietitian who specializes in gluten-free diets can be very helpful in managing your dietary needs and ensuring you’re getting the proper nutrients.

Mom’s Meals offers menu options specifically tailored to meet the nutritional needs of Gluten Free & Celiac Disease.

Mom’s Meals offers menu options specifically tailored to meet the nutritional needs of Gluten Free & Celiac Disease.

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