When your body cannot tolerate gluten (from an intolerance or as a coeliac), you need to make sure that your body is still getting all the nutrients it needs.
While many of us must follow a strict gluten-free diet for life, others choose to eliminate gluten from their diet for other health reasons such as ‘non-coeliac gluten sensitivity’ (NCGS), inflammatory bowel disease, etc. Whatever your reasons for choosing gluten free, we recommend doing your research and speaking with your doctor or dietitian to ensure you are still getting all the nutrients your body needs.
Some nutrients can be lacking from a gluten-free diet and some nutrients may be poorly absorbed. These include B Vitamins, fibre and iron. So it is therefore really important that your daily diet includes a variety of nutrient rich meals and snacks to create the perfect gluten-free meal plan. We’ve put together some nutrient rich meals and snacks to help you make the right healthy decisions for your gluten free diet.
2 egg frittata with roasted sweet potato, pumpkin and zucchini
Scrambled eggs with quinoa and spinach
Our Hot Brekkie Bowl - with sliced chicken chipolatas, oven-roasted potato, sweetcorn, peas, superb tomato relish and the tastiest cheese topping.
Quinoa pasta with tinned tuna in a tomato sauce and a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese
Green leafy vegetable salad with chickpeas, mixed seeds and avocado
Thai beef salad and a gluten-free dressing
Our Chargrilled chicken breast served with gluten free risoni, hand-tossed with basil pesto, and side of crunchy broccoli florets.
Turkey burgers with a cabbage salad and gluten-free Asian dressing
Lean eye fillet steak with a jacket potato and steamed vegetables
Our Mexican Chilli con Carne with black beans served with guacamole and brown rice
Brown rice crackers and natural peanut spread
Carrot, capciscum and cucumber sticks and hummus
Dried fruit & nut trail mix
Fresh fruit and Greek yoghurt
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