- Beer, ale, porter, stout (usually contain barley)
- Bulgur wheat.
- Cakes and pies.
- Communion wafers.
- Cookies and crackers.
What foods do you eat on a gluten-free diet?
Many whole foods are naturally gluten-free, including fruits, vegetables, legumes, certain whole grains, dairy products, and oils, as well as fresh meat, fish, and poultry. Wheat, rye, and barley are the major foods that need to be avoided while following a gluten-free diet.
Is a non gluten diet healthy?
There is no compelling evidence that a gluten-free diet will improve health or prevent disease if you don’t have celiac disease and can eat gluten without trouble. Of course, future research could change this.
What happens if you stop eating gluten?
There’s no scientific evidence to suggest that people actually go through “withdrawal” when they stop eating gluten. Some people report feeling dizziness, nausea, extreme hunger and even anxiety and depression when they suddenly go from eating a lot of gluten to being gluten-free.