Beverages: brewer’s yeast (beer), some varieties of wine, apple juice (if it contains caramel coloring)
Condiments: soy sauce, ketchup, tamari, nama shoyu, other sauces such as chipotle, mayo
Restaurant Foods: sushi (artificial crab meat contains gluten), scrambled eggs (some restaurants “fluff up” their eggs with pancake batter, but eggs are otherwise naturally gluten-free
Processed Meats: sausages, deli meats
Meat Substitutes: veggie burgers, meat substitutes made with seitan (which is wheat gluten), some varieties of store-bought vegan cheese
Store Bought Foods: pre-prepared soups (many use flour as a thickener), chocolate Sweeteners: Anything sweetened with malt syrup or brown rice syrup, which may contain barley enzymes (granola bars, candy, anything that contains “caramel color” as an additive, commonly found in coffee drinks and soda) Gluten isn’t just limited to food sources either.
- one of the most effective ways to normalize the work of the intestines;
- normalization of all body processes; - active removal of toxins from the body;
- the ability to reduce weight without giving up many products;
- a wide range of products that will not make you infringe on yourself in the food.
It is proved that the absence of gluten in food is only beneficial, as digestion improves, bloating diminishes and other symptoms associated with disruption of the intestine and the whole body disappear. Adherents of a healthy lifestyle are becoming more and more, therefore, gluten-free foods, saturated with vitamins, are becoming more popular. 65% of Europeans choose gluten-free products, because they consider them more useful for health. More than 40% of US residents also make their choice in favor of gluten-free products, no higher cost, the reason for which is the commitment to healthy nutrition and useful qualities of products.