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What You Can and Cannot Eat Gluten Free

Considering a gluten-free lifestyle but not sure where to start? Not sure What You Can and Cannot Eat, or what's Gluten Free?

We've been gluten free for just a few weeks now, so we're learning right alongside you! I created this gluten free infographic to explain how easy it is to transition to a gluten-free diet … if you want to! Limiting processed foods is always a great first step. Just keep in mind that you're going to be eating more whole foods, which can raise your grocery bill. Also, gluten-free pastas, breads, etc are expensive – sometimes double the cost – so keep in mind that these should be used sparingly!

Be sure to check out our free Gluten Free Meal Plans if you're in need of some more ideas.

Gluten Free Recipe Books I Love:

Gluten-Free on a Shoestring & Delicious G-Free

What You Can and Cannot Eat Gluten Free

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>Gluten Free Banana Coconut Upside Down Cake

>Gluten Free Pancakes

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  1. This is so true – it is not as hard as you would think to go gluten free. I started eating cleaner, eliminated meat and dairy from my diet and kind of just decided to cut out gluten while I was at it. I have been at it for 2 months and I have lost 11 lbs so far but the best thing is I no longer crave sweets and pasta. I know that is a result of being gluten free. Kudos to you for making this healthy choice for you and your family.

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