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Gluten Free Breakfast

One of the most awful feelings in the world is hunger. So the moment you get out of bed, the very thing you look forward to when you come downstairs to the kitchen is the dining table with food prepared for you. But in the case of people diagnosed with Celiac Disease, they have more to think about than just the meal waiting for them. So here’s a quick gluten-free breakfast idea.

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Posted by Chloe Boggs - December 17, 2013 at 12:47 pm

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Sumptuous Gluten-Free Breakfast

We have heard just how important breakfast is. It’s our means to “break” the “fasting”. It is a way to replenish the body’s energy, which is somehow depleted as you sleep and a process of renewal and repair takes place. Mental and physical energy required early in the day can be given by breakfast. Many of us skip meals when we go about our early morning tasks. However, you must know that studies have shown how people who eat breakfast daily are more likely to maintain a healthy diet. That said, they have the higher chance of dodging various health problems and also get to lose weight.

A fifth to a quarter of your daily nutritional intake should be from your breakfast. The best way to go about this is by eating different kinds of food that has vitamins, minerals, proteins and fiber. That way, you get to eat all the essentials for a healthy body and mind. You can do so by planning your breakfast around the main food groups.

Here are some tips on making healthy gluten-free breakfasts. Starchy foods are a good source of energy, iron, B vitamins and fiber. You may actually opt for gluten-free bread products and mixes, gluten-free flour for pancakes and items like potato waffles.

However, you must be sure that the tools you use in grilling or toasting are not contaminated by wheat products. You can also go for rice and corn-based cereals or gluten-free porridge. Sugar is also acceptable.

If you have celiac disease and want to keep your health in check, breakfast should be a staple in your daily routine. A healthy gluten-free breakfast will contribute positively to your lifestyle and, as you can see, there is an array of sumptuous gluten-free foods available these days. Some additional products have not even been mentioned in this article, like the many different kinds of gluten-free spreads that you can now take advantage of. Our health is something that cannot be taken for granted, which is the very reason why breakfast should be taken seriously.

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Posted by Chloe Boggs - April 6, 2013 at 12:29 pm

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Healthy Gluten-Free Breakfast

Finding out that you are allergic to gluten is quite a bummer. As depressing as it may initially be, you can very well get back on your feet again and make everything manageable. First, you have to gain full knowledge about the condition, so you could know which diet you should be sticking to.

Presently, there’s only a single solution to this problem, and that’s adhering to a gluten-free diet. However, it may not be a walk in the park, considering we come across gluten in our everyday food. This typically includes bread, pancakes, biscuits, sausages and many popular cereals. I should also mention that not all wheat-free stuff are necessarily gluten-free. These stuff could still contain barley or rye, which contain gluten. How can you enjoy breakfast, you may ask.

It’s not a new thing to hear that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. This holds true for the reason that breakfast serves as replenishment for the body’s energy, since it gets depleted as you sleep. Breakfast will give you physical, as well as mental, energy that you need to go about your daily activities, especially in the morning.

According to studies, 1 in 3 people regularly skip breakfast. Studies have also shown that these people are less likely to have a balanced diet and more likely to be overweight. More to these, people who have daily breakfasts tend to be more successful in any weight loss programs, and also get to shun many diseases, all the more reason to have breakfast daily.

Breakfast should give around a fifth to a quarter of your daily nutritional intake. You can do so by having a variety of foods that are packed with vitamins, minerals, proteins and fiber. This is achievable by having your breakfast planned around the main food groups.

With starchy foods, from which you can get iron, B vitamins and fiber, you can opt for gluten-free bread products and mixes, gluten-free flour for pancakes and stuff like potato waffles. However, you must see to it that the toaster or griller you use isn’t contaminated with wheat. You can even go for rice and corn-based cereals or gluten-free porridge.

On the other hand, with dairy products that come with protein, B vitamins and calcium, opt for Milk, gluten-free cheeses and yoghurt. You can even throw in your favorite fruit.

There are also those Non-Dairy Based Protein Sources, and they are packed with vitamins and iron, aside from the protein. Fresh meat and fish are all gluten-free, but steer clear of the processed and battered ones. Fruits and vegetables are gluten-free, as well.

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Posted by Chloe Boggs - January 27, 2013 at 1:46 pm

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Everybody Deserves A Breakfast, Gluten Free Style

According to the books, the length of sleeping for an average adult is about six to eight hours. In that same amount of time, the person sleeping is also going through hundreds of minutes without eating. One can only do so again once he or she wakes up from the slumber. Thus, the term breakfast was born.

One of the most awful feelings in the world is hunger. So the moment you get out of bed, the very thing you look forward to when you come downstairs to the kitchen is the dining table with food prepared for you. But in the case of people diagnosed with Celiac Disease, they have more to think about than just the meal waiting for them. Instead, they have to consider the food itself included in that meal.

For those who are unfamiliar, Celiac Disease is a disorder that mainly involves the digestive system of the body. It is where the body is sensitive to a certain protein called gluten which is richly found in most foodstuff. Once ingested unknowingly, the body will develop reactions which will later own show off as stomach pain, bloating and the likes. This condition is currently being studied for further management and treatment. But as of the moment, the only reliable way to cure it is to modify the lifestyle specifically the food taken in.

The common rich in gluten food are bread, biscuits, sausages and cereal. Coincidently, the mentioned items are the staple food each and every morning. That just makes things more complicated doesn’t it? However, there is no need to fret. With the rampant increase in demand for gluten free food, more manufacturers are coming up with items that will be safe for the affected ones. Specialty stores and even your local grocery outlet may offer gluten free potato waffles and pancakes. You can also never go wrong with having fruits and vegetables to jumpstart your day.

Breakfast may oftentimes be disregarded because of being busy and be running late for class or work. But whenever you get that chance to sit down and actually eat, it should be something worthwhile for your taste and more so for your health.

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Posted by Chloe Boggs - November 20, 2012 at 2:00 pm

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A Healthy Gluten Free Breakfast To Jumpstart Your Day

Before we move on with the rest of this article, you should know that being allergic to gluten is not yet the end of the world. Yes that is easy to say for those who are not experiencing it. But  come to think of it, it does not make you less of a person. So hang in there and read on. You will surely stumble onto something worthwhile.

In definition, Celiac Disease is a disorder involving the genetics that affects the immune system. The harmful factor here is the gluten which is a type of amino acid found in several food stuff. Once a person allergic to gluten takes in such kind, it will pose serious damage to the body’s bowel lining. Current statistics show that about a percent of the world’s population is suffering from various gastrointestinal signs and symptoms. The only known long term answer to this problem is through maintaining a gluten free diet. Eating is one of the most well loved thing to do. But if you have Celiac Disease, this would not be the case. You would have to stay away from gluten rich food such as bread, biscuits, sausages, biscuits and the list goes on. But here is a little secret where you can still enjoy your meal, gluten free.

Most people would agree that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It wakes up your senses that are still in slumber and it rejuvenates the body after long hours of sleep. To achieve the optimum amount of nutrients, one should have a variety of foodstuff in one meal. For the gluten free ones, you can opt for bread, pancakes and potato waffles that are of course not containing gluten but rich in protein, vitamins, minerals and calcium. Good news is all fresh meat and fish are gluten free but make sure that these were not processed with flour. The same condition applies with fruits and vegetables.

Being the master of your body, you should let them see who’s boss. So if you are indeed handling your condition well on your own then you should begin to get to know it all the more and use the information to your advantage.

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Posted by Chloe Boggs - October 11, 2012 at 1:47 pm

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Glutino Gluten Free Breakfast Bars, Apple, 5-Count Boxes (Pack of 6)

Glutino Gluten Free Breakfast Bars, Apple, 5-Count Boxes (Pack of 6)

  • Pack of six, 5-count each (total of 30 counts)
  • 100% gluten, wheat and dairy free
  • Made with real apple puree, raisins, dates and pear juice
  • Product of Australia

Gluten/wheat free. Milk/dairy free. Low in fat. No added sugar. Free of trans fatty acids. Made in Australia.

List Price: $ 37.20

Price: $ 80.99

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Glutino Gluten Free Breakfast Bars, Blueberry, 5-Count Boxes (Pack of 6)

Glutino Gluten Free Breakfast Bars, Blueberry, 5-Count Boxes (Pack of 6)

Glutino Gluten Free Breakfast Bars, Blueberry, 5-Count Boxes (Pack of 6)

  • Pack of six, 5-count boxes(total of 30-count boxes)
  • 100% gluten, wheat, and dairy-free; no trans fatty acids
  • Conveniently individually wrapped for snacking on the go
  • Made with real raisins, dates, currants and blueberry puree
  • Product of Australia

Gluten/wheat free. Milk/dairy free. Low in fat. No added sugar. Free of trans fatty acids. Made in Australia.

List Price: $ 37.20

Price: $ 30.22

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