You could try to use SP mealplans and substitute gf entries for the gluten ones? I don't know anyone who has tried this, but take a look.
I really recommend you look at any of the books suggested by other team members in our "suggestions" thread ... Gluten-Free Living for Dummies, by Danna Korn, is a fast and comprehensive read and helped me even after I was 6 months gf. Heck, after two years, I'm still learning: esp from others' experiences.
If you like a particular brand of food, I'd enter it in a google search with the word "gluten" to see if there are any hits for "talk" about it's gluten-freeness, or of course, call the manufacturer directly.
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Welcome back! There is lots of nutrition articles but nothing gluten free specifically, nor are there meal plans. You must enter your own foods. Please read past posts as there are many addressing meal ideas, links, etc.
Hi - I'm Lisa - 45 years old and have been having problems with gluten sensitivity for many years. I've also been around SP, but let things slide too long and need to get back on straight and narrow. I'm starting a gluten free diet and really need some guidance. Is there a way to have SP generate a gluten free meal plan? Thanks!!
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