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Foods Without Gluten

Thursday, Jul 7, 2022, 7:38 pm


Jam is gluten free and fun to eat with peanut butter or on toast. It makes a great snack, too. Just make sure to watch the sugar content and don't eat it without at least a healthy fat such as peanut butter. We didn't have to tell you that because those two go together like a horse and carriage.

2.Peanut Butter

Peanut butter provides a great source of protein and has no gluten. One tablespoon is just 8 grams of fat. Have it on a banana, dip apples in it, and use it to stir fry meat. It's a versatile food that you can be creative with, and keep gluten out of your diet.

3.Cottage Cheese

Cottage cheese is another great form of protein and calcium for the body. It is also gluten free. Have it in the morning with blueberries, raspberries or just about any berry or fruit you can find. Have it for lunch with some veggies, or use it as a dip for crudites.

4.Dark Chocolate

Even though dark chocolate is considered candy, it has many health benefits. Filled with antioxidants, the darker the better. There are some brands that make up to 85% dark chocolate that are delicious and healthy when eaten in moderation. Dark chocolate has no gluten and has less sugar than milk chocolate.


Nuts provide protein and healthy fats to the body and are gluten free. Almonds, walnuts, cashews, macadamia nuts and more, are great for getting some fiber too. The body needs adequate amounts of protein for your muscles and fiber cleanses your intestinal tract. Add nuts to yogurt, salads, and stir fries.


Even though rice is a carb it contains no gluten. Choose rice over pasta or bread to stay gluten free. Parboiled rice is the best for maintaining steady blood sugar levels and it's great as a side dish or under stews. Sushi is another great way to get some protein in your diet as well.


All legumes are a tremendous way to keep gluten from your diet and to add protein and fiber every day. Black beans, kidney beans, pinto beans, navy beans, lentils and more are all great for a side dish or even in a main meal, such as chili or pasta fajoli.



Eggs are a super food in so many ways. Packed with protein, low in fat, and no gluten, they are great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. They even make a great snack. There are so many ways to prepare eggs, it's not like your eating the same thing twice. Scrambled, poached, fried, omelets, hard boiled and soft boiled are all great choices.


Yogurt is a versatile food that contains no gluten, but has loads of protein and active cultures that is great for your intestines. Yogurt for breakfast is a great choice for starting the day off right. Be careful with flavored yogurts because they can be laden with sugar, opting for plain yogurt and adding your own berries or fruit.



Cheese is gluten free. Choose a lower fat cheese if you can. It provides calcium for strong bones and protein for maintaining and building lean muscle. One slice per day is more than enough to reap the benefits. It makes a great snack, or can be part of your lunch or dinner.

11.Fresh Vegetables

Fresh vegetables contain no gluten. Eat as much as you like. Containing no fat and no carbs makes them one of the best things you can eat. Packed with vitamins and minerals, plus antioxidants and fiber, it's a win, win, win when choosing to add fresh vegetables to your daily diet.


12.Fresh Lean Meat

Fresh meat contains no gluten. It's a natural way to keep gluten out of your diet. Beef, chicken, pork, lamb are all gluten free. Lean cuts of beef are okay to have once or twice a month, while chicken is a meat you can eat every day. Pork is the other white meat, and lamb can be fatty, so limit intake.


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