Gluten-Free Lifestyle

So, you have been told that you need to become gluten-free, this is not something that should be done without a good reason. Many gluten grains, including wheat and rye, are rich sources of vitamins, minerals, and fiber, all of which are needed in a healthy diet. Those of us that have to be gluten-free will have to find alternative sources for these nutrients, fiber in particular, which is fundamentally important for healthy bowel function.

The aim of this page is to provide you with some key resources to achieve a healthy gluten-free diet. It takes a bit of getting used to but soon enough will become a lifestyle helping you thrive with healthy digestive function, clear brain and skin, and typically significantly improved energy levels and vitality.

If you suspect that gluten may be an issue for you, please get in touch.
You can read more about my personal journey here.
More resources and inspiration will be added regularly so it's worth checking back every so often.


Coeliac UK is a charity for people who need to live without gluten

Their site has plenty of information, additional resources to help live gluten-free, including recipes, how to choose wisely when eating out, travel guides, and general food and drinks information.

Access the site

While many foods are naturally gluten-free, the below links provide additional cooking inspiration

BBC Good Food
Jamie Oliver
Able & Cole
Gluten-Free Mommy

Bread, very likely the food we miss the most.

This book by Christine Bailey, a Nutritionist and Chef, helps to make gluten-free baking at home simple. Also, find below a post about some of my favorite options to buy from the supermarket if you are not into baking.

Buy the book