PLACES TO CHECK FOR GLUTEN
cornflakes and rice krispies
chipotles in adobo sauce
yogurt and other dairy products such as sour cream
some fermented kimchi
beverages such as sports drinks or iced tea mixes
oats (you must not eat anything with oats unless made with certified gluten-free oats)
NON-FOOD ITEMS THAT COULD CONTAIN GLUTEN
makeup and shampoos
filler in medications
NATURALLY GLUTEN-FREE FOODS THAT MIGHT BE CROSS-CONTAMINATED IN A FRYER
WHAT IS USUALLY GLUTEN-FREE BUT WELL-MEANING FOLKS WILL TELL YOU TO AVOID
white wine vinegar and all vinegars
Over time, following a gluten-free diet can lead to serious nutritional deficiencies if you’re not careful about your diet. Many wheat-filled products are fortified with vitamins, and eliminating them from your diet could leave you with nutritional deficiencies. Fortunately, a healthy gluten-free eating plan should prevent these deficiencies. Eat plenty of fruits, vegetables, beans, dairy products and lean meats. Additional supplementation might be necessary if you’re still deficient on certain nutrients. Consult your physician for additional information on nutritional deficiencies. Regular blood tests can help determine whether nutrient supplementation is necessary.
Good Luck to feeling healthier!