Top 6 Tips for Removing Wheat from your Diet.

Top 6 Tips for Removing Wheat from your Diet.

Removing wheat from your diet, nowadays is so much easier yet so much more confusing for someone who has real issues with gluten. Sure there are tons of options, everybody and their brother has jumped on the gluten-free bandwagon in order to make a buck.  The problem is very few companies are concerned with taking the proper steps in order to safe guard someone’s health. It’s all too easy to say oooppss we made a mistake and recall a certain product than actually make the effort ahead of time to prevent the damage to many celiac’s health. 

Gluten free has become the fat free fad of the 1980’s and it truly is causing irritable harm to true suffers of celiac disease. It has become so confusing to understand that just because a product is labeled gluten free doesn’t mean that it is safe for a celiac to eat.  So yes our grocery store shelves are literally lined with gluten free options but can a celiac really eat them? That is the question that was posed to me and I have a few tips that I’ll share that I use every time I go food shopping.

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What Does Processed In A Facility That Also Processes Wheat Mean and Is It Safe?

What Does Processed In A Facility That Also Processes Wheat Mean and Is It Safe?

here answer if it is a safe food for you depends. And here is why? 

This could mean a few different things. It could mean that somewhere in the facility where this food is made or processed, that wheat is present. It could mean that equipment is shared or it could mean that forklifts are shared moving packed boxes. You don’t know.

Some companies go to great lengths to respect and protect people who have wheat allergies and celiac disease and by law they have to put this disclaimer on their products because somewhere in this facility there is another product that has wheat in it.

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