Gluten Free Eating
Fats, Sweets, Condiments to Eat
Butter, margarine, salad dressings, sauces, soups, and desserts made with allowed ingredients. Sugar, honey, jelly, jam, hard candy, plain chocolate, coconut, molasses, marshmallows, meringues. Most seasonings and flavorings
Fats, Sweets, Condiments To Eliminate
Commercial salad dressings, prepared soups, condiments, sauces and seasonings prepared with ingredients listed above. Hot cocoa mixes, nondairy cream substitutes, flavored instant coffee, herbal tea, alcohol distilled from cereals such as gin, vodka, whiskey, and beer; ale, cereal, and malted beverages, licorice.
Beverages to Drink
Fruit juice, vegetable juice, pure, instant or ground coffee, tea, carbonated drinks (except root beer), wine, rum, vermouth, cognac.
Drink Enough Fluid
Constipation is a common problem among celiac patients. To reduce symptoms, make sure you take in enough fluid. Aim for at least 4 pints a day, from fluids or food sources.
Gluten-Free Food Suggestions
Store all gluten-free products in your refrigerator or freezer because they do not contain preservatives. Remember to avoid sauces, gravies, canned fish and other products with HVP/HPP made from wheat protein.