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particularly careful is when it comes to store-bought sauces/processed food, as many products use wheatcontaining ingredients (all the more reason to make your own).
There are a number of glutenfree bread alternatives available now in supermarkets or health food stores. Nourishing gluten free alternatives to wheat include quinoa, millet, rice, amaranth, chia and flax. And of course fruits and vegetables are naturally gluten free.
There are so many wonderful resources now for gluten-free cooking and I encourage you to explore these. Most cafes now also cater for people who eat gluten free so you don’t miss out when you socialise.
Whether eaten or rubbed on your face, avocados are great for the skin.