Gluten free living

Whether you’re living with conditions like coeliac disease and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), or just choosing to follow a new diet, many people are now ditching gluten. Adjusting to a gluten-free diet can be overwhelming at first, but our advice is to focus on all the things you can eat and not what you can’t. Remember that many nutritious foods our bodies need to stay healthy are naturally gluten free. This includes lean meat, fish, poultry, beans, eggs, vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds.

When switching to a gluten free diet, it is important to ensure you don’t miss out on essential nutrients such as dietary fibre which can be absent due to the removal of the cereals wheat, rye and barley. Find more information and advice about living gluten free below.

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There are many reasons people are ditching the gluten, read on for more information about gluten free diets.
If you’re new to a gluten free diet, find out which foods you can and can't eat in our gluten free food guide.
Our products are milk free making them suitable for those who are lactose intolerant or choosing to cut down on dairy.
The symptoms of gluten/wheat intolerance or allergies can be unpleasant and affect your quality of life, read about the symptoms and diagnosis here.
Eating out can be one of the biggest challenges when cutting out food groups so we’ve pulled together some top tips to help you out.