Don’t be too sad; yes, this is going to require a major change of pace but it’s entirely possible and it’s not all cardboard tasting food and loads of protein. You can have a great variety of food to satisfy all palates and still maintain a gluten-free lifestyle.
The first thing you need to do is understand exactly what gluten is. Gluten is a protein found in some grains but predominantly in wheat, rye and barley. People who have Celiac Disease are unable to process/ break down that protein and that causes a variety of issues which may vary from person to person.
The next step is to eliminate all gluten from your home. Read every label. If you’re unsure of an ingredient name, google it. This will help ensure that you have no gluten slips once you start to change your eating habits and it also forces you to…
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