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Wheat Allergy – Can Eat

by Allergy Guy

If you are allergic to wheat or gluten, you probably already know how difficult, it is to avoid foods containing wheat or gluten.

The trouble is that the more you look for foods without an ingredient, the more foods you find which you can’t eat!

The first step to eating wheat/gluten-free, is to start looking for foods you can eat. It tends to attract the right things into your life. Of course even as you can for ingredients you can eat, you must also be on the lookout for ingredients you must avoid. But start with what you can eat, it is so much more encouraging!

The fact is that even with a gluten-free diet, there are lots of things you can eat. Here is a partial list. I will expand on it over time.

Basic Wheat-Free, Gluten-Free Ingredients

The following ingredients do not contain wheat, although there are some caveats. Double-check the ingredients noted, as they may sometimes be mixed with wheat. For example, 100% pure corn starch is safe, but some brands of corn starch have wheat added (just to annoy you!).

Some of the ingredients listed here are wheat-free, but contain gluten. They are noted.

See also: Gluten free foods list for an extensive and growing list of gluten-free foods.


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1 ramesh August 16, 2012 at 07:11

Hello
My nephew is having d problem of wheat allergy,aged 5 yrs, whenever he eats anything containing wheat he becomes inactive for a couple of a days. His stomach starts to pain and he suffers from loose motions. Please tell what he shud eat and is dis disease curable?

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2 Allergy Guy August 18, 2012 at 09:42

Your nephew may have celiac disease, which is not curable, he must just avoid all gluten. However if it is a gluten or wheat allergy, he may grow out of it. Since celiac is very serious. it is worth getting a test, if that is possible for you.

See gluten free food for more ideas on what to eat.

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