Eating a healthy, gluten-free diet did not have to be difficult. Here’s what I’ve learned through this process. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.onegreenplanet.org My diet primarily consists of whole foods. The article from One Green Planet outlines some easy to follow guidelines for planning your gluten free meals. Meals from whole foods always take planning and preparation, whether you're eating gluten free or not, so many of these tips are useful to everyone if you are trying to stay away from processed foods. I really like tip #2 "Shop the Perimeter of the Grocery Store". I heard this tip years ago to help people eat healthier and stay away from the more processed stuff, just by not going to that area of the store. I also am always prepared, my handbag always has 1 gluten free bar and 1 package of unsalted walnuts or almonds, so I am never tempted to buy other gluten free items that aren't so good for me.....like recently in an airport when I bought Fritos (yes they're gluten free). I only buy them when I'm in a pinch. Great tips!
There are many different brands and varieties of gluten-free pasta on the market these days. Some of those pastas are made from rice, some from corn and some are a combination of gluten-free grains. Sourced through Scoop.it from: celiac-disease.com I love a great gluten-free pasta any time of the day. There is definitely no reason not to lick the plate or bowl, you only live once. Right? "Spaghetti can be eaten most successfully if you inhale it like a vacuum cleaner" - Sophia Loren
Everything you need to know about the inflammation-fighting superfood—and how to get more of the spice into your life. Sourced through Scoop.it from: wellandgood.com I've been hearing more and more about Turmeric and the benefits of adding it to your diet. This article give more details and give you some simple recipes to follow.