People diagnosed with celiac disease, a lifelong digestive disorder must avoid even tiny amounts of foods that contain gluten. Gluten is a protein found in certain grains such as wheat, rye, barley, spelled and oats sometimes, and it is used in many foods
Plain meat, fish and poultry are naturally gluten-free. Avoid meat with breading, sauces or seasonings that these ingredients most likely contain gluten itself as a binder.
Fruits and vegetables
All fresh, whole fruits and vegetables are safe to eat on a gluten-free diet. Check the nutrition label on frozen or canned fruits or vegetables for added gluten.
Rice is gluten-free and make a good substitute for wheat. You can find bread, pasta, desserts, cereals and pizza dough made of rice in health-food stores. Rice flour works for thickening gravies and sauces.
Cereals and potatoes
Corn and potatoes can fill the need for carbohydrates in a gluten-free diet. Regular corn chips, corn tortillas and cornmeal can be safely eaten. Use fresh, whole potatoes instead of mixer to make mashed or scalloped potatoes or potato casseroles
Sugar ,. Honey, maple syrup, dried beans, pure, raw nuts, oils and distilled vinegar are all gluten-free food.
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