You may have been advised to follow a gluten and dairy free diet by a health professional or have decided to follow this type of diet to improve general well being.
Gluten and dairy are 2 very common food allergies and sensitivities and may contribute to issues such as gut discomfort, bloating, dysfunctional bowel movements, inflammation, skin issues, migraines – the list is endless. Removing gluten and dairy free foods from the diet can be beneficial to help
Coeliac disease is an autoimmune condition which results in a severe inflammatory reaction in the gut after the ingestion of gluten. Coeliacs are unable to consume gluten at all. The first few months on a gluten free diet can be very challenging as they they work out what they can and cannot eat.
Meals for Gluten and Dairy Free
It can be challenging to work out what are meals are OK for a gluten and dairy free lifestyle. Gluten is in so many foods such as soy sauce, condiments, dusted on oven chips, added to gravies etc. Here is a comprehensive list of foods that do and do not contain gluten. Milk powder can also be added to products such as gluten free breads, sausages, packaged products etc. Here is a comprehensive list of foods that may contain hidden dairy The gluten free, dairy free meal plan is based on fresh cooked meals with gluten and dairy free alternatives such as tamari (gluten free soy sauce), coconut milk etc.
Gluten and Dairy Free Diet Plan for Weight Loss
This meal plan has been devised with weight loss in mind and is based around the Mediterranean diet so gluten free options such as quinoa, buckwheat, beans, lentils, potatoes etc are still included. If you are looking for a lower carb gluten and dairy free diet plan then head over to our low carb meal plan