Gluten Free Breakfast Recipes Easy and Healthy Ideas 2016

Gluten Free Breakfast Recipes Easy and Healthy Ideas 2016

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When you approach dieting with a Gluten-Free state of mind, you’re essentially eating foods that don’t contain any gluten: this protein composite is found in wheat, barley, and rye. Basically wheat and other related grains. This is mostly for people who suffer from a gluten allergy.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. How can I eat breakfast on a Gluten-Free diet?

To eat a Gluten-Free breakfast probably worries you. You’re not entirely sure what to eat: which foods might contain wheat and other grains, and which foods do. And it means you’re going to have miss out on bread and some cereals you might enjoy. So no toast and possibly no oatmeal, which is very healthy. Here are some healthy breakfast ideas for those of you who eat a Gluten-Free diet without depriving yourself of nutritional food

Yogurt is a Great, Healthy Breakfast option
Yogurt is a very versatile food. You can have it any time of the day and it’s especially a favorite breakfast option. Use a dairy or non-dairy yogurt to accommodate your gluten-free breakfast. Top it with fresh fruit, roasted nuts, or a favorite, homemade granola.

Eggs provide a lot of protein and is a meal in itself. Eat them boiled, fried or even make some omelettes with fresh vegetables.


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Weather it’s something that you’ve been thinking about for a while, or it’s just something that sounds interesting, this post and video are for you! Remember that every body is different and has unique nutritional needs. If gluten free living isn’t for you, no problem! You need to do what is right for your body and lifestyle. But if you’re ready to give it a try, here are my top 3 tips for going gluten free

1. Know What You’re Getting Into: As I mentioned above, everyone is different, so going gluten free will have different effects on each person. For me, I went through some bizarre withdrawal systems the first two weeks of eliminating wheat out of my diet. I had night sweats, headaches, weird cravings, and I was moody (not the norm for me!). Dr. William Davis who wrote the book Wheat Belly, says that this can be typical for the first few weeks because our bodies are just so used to ingesting wheat products. The average American consumes 180 pounds of wheat per year. That’s a lot of cereal! So it’s no surprise that our bodies may need to detox from all of that gluten. The trick is really to ride it out. I promise there is a light at the end of the tunnel!

2. Don’t Eat “Gluten Free” Foods: When you are first embarking on your grain free journey, you will want to avoid food labeled as “gluten free.” The reason for this is because you want to switch from eating processed foods (anything that comes from a box) to whole, clean foods (organic veggies, fruits and proteins). When food companies remove the gluten from their products, they have to replace it with something. This “something” is typically GMO ridden corn or processed soy product. Not good. Now this is not to say that you can’t ever eat anything labeled as “gluten free,” but just make sure that you read the labels very carefully to ensure you are eating the most high quality food possible

3. Know Your Reasons: So many people believe that the gluten free lifestyle is just a trend. Others don’t even know what gluten is! Knowing why you are committing to making such a huge diet change is essential to your success. Read as many books, articles and blog posts about the subject can you can and don’t just take it from me! There are so many people who have benefited greatly from getting rid of the gluten. I will also caution you because there will be well-meaning family members (and not-so-nice people) that question your health and diet choices. Knowing the science and reasons for why you are choosing to eat this way will keep you on track when your best friend asks, “can’t you just have one doughnut??”

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