You’ve likely heard of the “Mediterranean diet” at some point and that it’s a healthy way of eating. But is it really something you should consider following? And is the Mediterranean diet okay if you’re gluten free? The answer to both of these questions is “yes.”
Why you should do a Whole 30 diet? By removing the food groups that often cause inflammation in the body you’ll most likely experience renewed energy, healthy skin, reduced bloating and joint pain, improved digestion, quality sleep and mental clarity.
Navigating the holiday season on a gluten-free diet can be challenging, but with an arsenal of healthy and delicious recipes on your side, there’s no need to worry. This collection of holiday-themed recipes are gluten-free and dairy-free, simple to prepare and effortless to enjoy.
The vegan diet boasts tremendous health benefits, including lowering cholesterol and blood pressure and reducing the risk of developing heart disease and type 2 diabetes. But many people still worry that they won’t get enough protein from a meat-free diet. While it is a legitimate concern, many meat-free sources of protein are available to you.
These easy-to-make desserts will satisfy anyone’s sweet tooth, from your vegan holiday party guests to your finicky kids.
Use this practical advice and information to healthfully eat vegetarian or vegan on the gluten-free diet.
For those eating gluten free, the Mediterranean diet provides variety and great-tasting foods.
A Mediterranean diet is typically composed of fish, whole grains, veggies, olive oil and fresh fruit. This collection of recipes gives a delicious glimpse.
Check out the top 10 gluten-free, vegan products at Trader Joe’s that don’t sacrifice flavor in order to save you some scratch.
These gluten-free vegan products for your child’s lunch box are nut free and packed with protein. And your kids won’t need to trade them because they taste great!