The specific gluten-free diet that is followed by those of us with celiac disease and/or gluten-related sensitivities is helpful in assisting us to feel better and live healthier. Being selective with the foods that we eat, though, can also create potential problems for us when it comes to fulfilling our daily need of essential vitamins and nutrients. How do we know what to look for and the signs that indicate we need help in supplementing our diets?
Cynthia Kupper, RD, CEO of the Gluten Intolerance Group, with the support of Bastyr University Nutrition and Dietetic Interns, has created for you “The Gluten-Free Nutrition Guide” to help you optimize your gluten-free diet. Learn more about factors that affect your nutrition, signs of specific vitamin and nutrient deficiencies, and the recommended daily needs of your demographic group. This guide also teaches you about gluten-free “super” foods and tips for preparing easy and healthy meals at home. Packed full of educational and resourceful information, the Gluten-Free Nutrition Guide is a great tool to help you to maximize the nutritional adequacy of your gluten-free diet.
This article has been assessed and approved by a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.