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Going Against the Grain: Gluten-Free Options for All

Going Against the Grain: Gluten-Free Options for All

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Diet fads come and go, but once you are diagnosed with a gluten intolerance or Celiac’s disease eating gluten-free is a fad that is here to stay. The term gluten-free is sometimes given a negative connotation, often seen as a dietary restriction. However, a gluten-free lifestyle is abundant in health benefits, and might not be so limiting after all.

Also, you do not need a diagnosed condition to eat gluten free, in fact lots of people don’t! No matter your eating habits, gluten-free might bring you to eat less processed foods, and have you to think twice about what you put in your body --concept that might get you to go against grain...literally.

Eliminating gluten from your diet is a lifestyle change. It causes you to go to different restaurants, supermarkets, or engage in nit-picky conversations with waiters. Georgia Grey, a holistic health coach, believes that whether you have a diagnosed condition or not, eating gluten-free generally prompts a heightened awareness surrounding labels, often creating a healthier diet. Much of this awareness extends beyond your diet, and can generate a greater understanding of your body’s specific needs, as well as ways to nourish it.

Here are some of Georgia's trusted and favorite gluten-free companies!

                     King Arthur Flour Brownie Mix / Udi's Bagels / Annie's Cocoa and Vanilla Bunnies 


Looking to eat clean this summer?! Check out these gluten-free recipes!


Brain Power Salad


+ Spinach Salad

+ Salmon

+ Avocado

+ Blueberries

+ Honey Chia Seed Vinaigrette


Shrimp Fried Rice


+ GF rice

+ Shrimp

+ Carrots

+ Corn

+ Garlic

+ Ginger

+ Green Onions

+ Onions

+ Peas

+ Tamari Sauce


Quinoa Skillet 

+ Quinoa

+ Kale

+ Sage

+ Sweet Potato


How are you eating clean this summer? Let us know your favorite gluten free options in the comments below! 

If you want more tips on going gluten free head to the Gluten Free G blog!

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