Healthy Living

A Beginner's Guide to Celiac Disease

Avoiding the Expensive Stuff

Luckily there are a number of ways to cut down on the cost of needing gluten free products. One way is to incorporate into the diet as many fresh whole fruits, nuts,  vegetables, beans, eggs, chicken and fish. Avoid buying pre-packaged foods at major retailers, if something like flour is needed it can be made using gluten free ingredients that may already be available in the pantry like brown rice, chickpea and potato. It may not be exactly the same but will work just as well. It may also be easier and cheaper to find gluten free products from online e-tailers, and while this is a viable option, people should be careful and research the company before purchase.