5 Resources to Tackle Gluten-Free Roadblocks

May 18, 2012 at 10:47 am 1 comment

The gluten-free diet requires lifelong commitment, which means you’ll likely face a number of curveballs. Fortunately, with the right resources and plenty of support from family and friends, you can take on anything that life throws.

Here are 5 scenarios you may encounter while living gluten-free, and 5 resources from NFCA to help you through:

1. When You Have a Question About Nutrition…

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Get Answers from a Dietitian. NFCA’s popular Q&A blog invites you to submit your general questions about nutrition and the gluten-free diet. Not sure which foods to eat when you want more Vitamin D, or how you can gain weight without loading up on sugary gluten-free junk? Ask away!

2. When You’re Struggling in the Kitchen…

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Watch Alternative Appetites. Chef Dan Kohler takes you step-by-step through gluten-free recipes. And these aren’t just stir-fries. You’ll learn how to make things like Amaranth and Black Bean Salad or Roasted Garlic White Bean dip from scratch.

3. When Your Grocery List is Getting Dull…

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Browse Gluten-Free Hot Products. Our team of staff and volunteers test the latest gluten-free products to hit shelves, including some gems you can only find online. Take a look and find a new favorite to perk up your pantry.

4. When You’re Heading to College…

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Read GREAT U. You grew up with a supportive family and rarely had to worry about what to eat. Now, you’ll be on your own and on the hunt for gluten-free options. Flip through this digital magazine for quick gluten-free recipes, tips from real gluten-free college students, and advice on navigating the dining hall.

5. When Your Non-Gluten-Free Friend Wants to Cook You a Meal…

Entertaining Gluten-Free Guests

Download Entertaining Gluten-Free Guests. If your friend is new to gluten-free, this guide can get him or her started in the right direction. Offer to help your friend prepare each dish. That way, you can ensure that the food is safe while giving your friend a 1-on-1 course in gluten-free.

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  • 1. Mandy  |  May 24, 2012 at 10:25 am

    Brilliant guide! I especially like the gluten-free cooking videos, very informative. I wish I had this stuff when I started living without wheat, since it was tough for my friends and family to understand and wrap their heads around how much of an impact wheat could have on a person. I’m thankful that I’ve never had to suffer those horror stories where some people have ignorant relatives who have said “it’s all in your head” and tried to poison them with wheat pasta!

    As for me, I started off reading this guide a couple of years ago and it’s been my go-to guide for eating gluten-free since then. I’ve honestly felt fine and healthy ever since.

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