Week 15


Replace With

Processed/Packaged Foods
White or Wheat Flour
Semolina Flour
Breaded Foods

Gluten Containing Grains

Food For Life has Packaged Sprouted Grains Breads and Rolls
(These DO contain gluten. However, if you don’t have a gluten issue these tend to be fine. Although I recommend avoiding most grains – especially those with gluten.)

Sourdough Bread = the best option for sandwiches when you have to choose a bread type if you DON’T have a gluten issue (This DOES contain gluten)

Organic Spelt Flour, Rye Flour
(These DO have gluten but seem to be better tolerated for those who only are sensitive vs allergic to gluten)

Gluten Free Organic Grains & Flour – Choose:
Brown Rice Flour
Almond Flour
Potato Flour
Taro Root
Bean flour

*There are some packaged gluten free products such as rolls and tortillas you can buy at the store in the gluten free freezer or refrigerated section. However, have caution with these products as many of them are highly processed and contain other ingredients that aren’t optimal. Unfortunately, most of these products are also NOT organic.

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