This magazine is possibly the most valuable resource anyone who needs a gluten-free diet can possess. Gluten-Free Living magazine is an invaluable source of knowledge for celiacs.
This magazine aims to help those who need to avoid gluten live a healthy lifestyle, providing news and research about what does and does not contain gluten – a surprising range of things up to and including shampoo and, sadly, beer. Inside Gluten-Free Living you will find lots of tasty gluten-less recipes carefully explained and detailed step-by-step and illustrated – very useful to help expand your borders when you’re on a restricted diet, as well as advice on how to avoid gluten wherever it might appear.
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We have a huge amount of sympathy for anyone such as celiacs who, out of necessity rather than choice, have a severely restricted diet. Food is a vitally important part of everyday life – there’s barely a minute that goes past that we aren’t snacking on something.
Gluten is found in wheat amongst many other things, and that makes it incredibly hard to avoid. Imagine not being able to eat bread or anything using it in any manner – well, celiacs don’t have to imagine this, it a daily chore for them. The dreaded gluten really can be found in almost every everyday item, and there were many that really surprised us. Did you know, for example, that the vast majority of commercial beers contain gluten?
Here at Newsstand we wholeheartedly support any attempt to make life easier and more bearable for those who face restrictions and limitations that are not their fault. Gluten-Free Living magazine provides many useful alternatives – even containing recipes for bread made using rice flour – that help give a sense of normalcy to celiacs, as well as healthy recipes that provide all the necessary nutrients that it can be hard to find, making this a truly worthy and noble magazine. NB