Wheat Free and Gluten Free Grains

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Experiencing any of the following: infertility, bloating, gas, constipation, irritability, depression, fatigue, arthritis, psoriasis, or eczema?  Would you believe all of these symptoms can be caused by a simple food sensitivity? Though often considered a healthy whole grain, wheat is actually one of the eight most common allergens. One of the best ways to discover if wheat is an issue for you is to remove it from your diet for one month and see how you feel. Many people, including myself, have noticed significant improvements in their health and well being after removing wheat from their diet.

It is important to note that having wheat sensitivity is different than being diagnosed with gluten intolerance. Celiac disease is a chronic intestinal malabsorption disorder caused by an intolerance to gluten.  If you have been diagnosed with gluten intolerance or Celiac’s disease, please also avoid the products marked (G).  When shopping, it is safe to purchase products marked gluten-free as you are assured they will not contain wheat.

Whole Grains
•    Amaranth
•    Barley (G)
•    Buckwheat
•    Flaxseed
•    Kamut* (G)
•    Millet
•    Oat (Gluten free varieties available)
•    Quinoa
•    Brown Rice
•    Rye (G)
•    Spelt (G)
•    Sprouted Wheat (G)
•    Teff

Flours
•    Almond
•    Buckwheat
•    Tapioca
•    Chestnut
•    Chickpea
•    Hazelnut
•    Jerusalem artichoke
•    Kamut* (G)
•    Sorghum
•    Oat (G)
•    Brown Rice
•    Rye (G)
•    Tapioca

Pastas
•    Kamut* (G)
•    Quinoa
•    Spelt (G)
•    Brown Rice

2 Comments to “Wheat Free and Gluten Free Grains”

  1. Dawn says:

    I am re starting the spleen qi diet. Is ezikiel bread acceptable for wheat free!

    Thank you
    Dawn

  2. kat kat says:

    Exekiel qualifies but doing gluten free would be even better!

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