If it is helpful, here is a link to the Celiac Disease & Gluten-free Diet Information: www.celiac.com/
You will notice the tool-bar on the side with the recipes:-)
Here is another site that has fantastic gluten-free products. I have had some of them and they are quite nice. "All Orgran products are Gluten Free, Wheat Free, Dairy Free, Egg free, Yeast Free, GMO Free and Vegan." My little g/son has a lot of their products because he has multiple allergies, including life-threatening ones to Dairy and Egg. They are sold in a lot of countries. .www.orgran.com/
I recently had my entire thyroid removed, so now I'm hypothyroidism. It was recommended to me that I go gluten free to help with my metabolism and avoid weight gain as much as possible. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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10/28/13 7:35 P
I am on a GF diet (not for my health, but because my wife is gluten intolerant ;-). I don't use the meal planner, but I eat what I want and simply record it in tracker. MOST GF products have already been added by one of the many users, so I hardly have to enter anything new.
You could use the planner and simply substitute for GF products. Taking note of calorie differences should not be a major issue.
Doug - BC, Canada
"I don't need a personal trainer so much as I need someone to follow me around and slap unhealthy food out of my hands"
current weight: -5.0 under
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1 3/23/13 12:02 P
As gluten sensitivity is becoming a mainstream problem, I was wondering if sparkpeople.com has any plans in the works to accommodate those of us who suffer from this affliction. I would LOVE to use the diet planner but, for now at least, I can't.
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