Get healthy with gluten-free

Style Magazine - - Experts - BY THE EX­TRA­OR­DI­NARY JOE TEAM

Many peo­ple are now choos­ing to go gluten-free by pref­er­ence, whether that be some of the time or all of the time.

Gluten is found in wheat, rye, bar­ley and — depend­ing on your view — oats.

For many peo­ple, gluten-rich foods give a heavy feel­ing in the stom­ach, while for others it makes them quite ill if they have an in­tol­er­ance.

Aside from nat­u­rally gluten-free foods such as fresh fruit and veg­eta­bles, meat and eggs, nuts and legumes and gluten-free grains, there is now an abun­dance of spe­cially made gluten-free foods avail­able.

Ex­tra­or­di­nary Joe is one such cafe that has a range of gluten-free cakes, slices and savoury op­tions.

Other di­etary choices that have gained mo­men­tum in re­cent years are ve­gan and veg­e­tar­ian.

Many peo­ple choose to eat ve­gan or veg­e­tar­ian for some meals once in a while, and others have a week of it as a form of detox.

Ex­tra­or­di­nary Joe also has ve­gan and veg­e­tar­ian op­tions avail­able, even with their cater­ing menu, so you can have your Christ­mas party to suit all tastes.

Drop into Ex­tra­or­di­nary Joe at 102 Tay­lor St, New­town, for your cof­fee and din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence or visit ex­traor­di­naryjoe.com.au to check out the in-house and cater­ing menus.

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