Gluten Free Food

By | August 14, 2015

Gluten free

The following items could be consumed liberally on the Gluten Free food. You should go organic and local with the whole food choices wherever is possible.The flash frozen is fine as well. Here we go with gluten free food:

  • Healthy fat:

The extra virgin olive oil, the sesame oil, the coconut oil, the grass fed tallow and the organic or the pasture fed butter, ghee, almond milk, avocados, the coconuts, olives,nuts and the nut butters, the cheese except for the blue cheeses, and the seeds like flaxseed, the sunflower seeds, the pumpkin seeds, the sesame seeds, the chia seeds. All of these are the gluten free food.

  • Protein:

The  whole eggs, wild fish such as the salmon, the black cod, the mahi mahi, the grouper, the herring, the trout and the sardines. The shellfish and molluscs such as the shrimp, the crab, the lobster, the mussels, clams, oysters, and the grass fed meat, the fowl, the poultry, and the pork including the beef, lamb, liver, bison, chicken, turkey, duck, ostrich and the  veal and  wild game are gluten free food.

  • Vegetables:

The  leafy green vegetables  and the lettuces, the collards, the spinach, the broccoli, the kale, the chard, the cabbage, the onions, the mushrooms, the cauliflower, the Brussels sprouts, the sauerkraut, the artichoke, the alfalfa sprouts, the green beans, the celery, the bok choy,the  radishes, the watercress, the turnip, the asparagus, the garlic, the leek, the fennel, the shallots, the scallions, the ginger, the  jicama, the parsley and the water chestnuts are gluten free food.

  • Low-sugar Fruit:

The avocado, the bell peppers, the cucumber, tomato, the zucchini, squash, pumpkin, eggplant, lemons and  limes come under the category of gluten free food.

Gluten free

  • The Herbs, Seasonings, and the Condiments:

You could go wild here as long as you can watch labels. The Kiss ketchup and the chutney goodbye but you enjoy the  mustard, the horseradish, the tapenade, and the salsa if they are gluten free food, wheat, soy, and the sugar. There are virtually no restrictions on the herbs and the seasonings. You should be mindful of the packaged products, because they were made at the plants that process the wheat and the soy.

The following things can be used in the moderation (means eating the small amounts of the ingredients once a day or ideally just a couple of times weekly)

  • Non gluten grains:

The amaranth, the buckwheat, the rice like brown, white and wild rice, the millet, the quinoa, the sorghum, the teff. note about oats: though the oats do not naturally contain the gluten, however, they are frequently contaminated with the gluten because they get processed at mills which also handle the wheat. avoid them unless they come with the guarantee that they are really gluten free. When the non gluten grains are processed for the human consumption for example the milling whole oats and the preparing of the rice for the packaging, their physical structure might changes, and it increases the risk of the inflammatory reaction. Because of this  reason we limit the use of these foods. These were the gluten free food.

  • Legumes like beans, lentils and peas:

Exception: you can have the hummus which is made from the chickpeas.

  • Carrots and parsnips: 
  • Whole sweet fruit:

The  berries are the  best. You should  be extra cautious of the sugary fruits such as the apricots, the mangos, the melons, the papaya, the prunes, and the pineapple.

  • Cow milk and the cream:

The use of cow milk and cream sparingly in the recipes, coffee, and in the tea.

  • The Cottage cheese, yogurt, and the kefir:

use these sparingly in the recipes or as the topping.

  • Sweeteners:

The natural stevia and the chocolate choose dark chocolate that has at least 70 percent or more of the cocoa.

  • Wine:

1 glass a day if you choose this way, preferably the red one.

Gluten free

Here we go with the sample shopping list of gluten free food:

  • Shredded Coconut.
  • Kale.
  • Almonds.
  • Walnuts.
  • Olive Oil.
  • Coconut Oil.
  • Grass Fed Beef.
  • Free Range Eggs.
  • Avocado.
  • Free Range Turkey.
  • Free Range Chicken.
  • Mixed Greens.
  • Spinach.
  • Broccoli.
  • Wild Salmon.
  • Berries (in moderation).
  • Onions.
  • Garlic.
  • Bell Pepper.
  • Black Pepper.
  • Goat’s Cheese.

These were the gluten free food for people who are allergic to the gluten. Now you have a long list of the gluten free food.

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