National Gluten Free Day
Living in a world with food allergies and celiac diseases can make it difficult to eat a gluten-free diet. This has a huge impact on your daily life and the quality of your meals. Respect and admire those who have to eat a strict diet by celebrating National Gluten Free Day
Gluten is a protein found in grains like wheat, barley and rye. Many people have difficulty digesting it, leading to sensitivities or serious health problems. Celiac disease is a serious condition that prevents the body from absorbing nutrients. This means that gluten must be eliminated completely.
National Gluten Free Day was founded by Cassy Joy Garcia, Fed + Fit. This day was created to promote eating gluten-free. In 2014, the inaugural day was observed and it is still observed every year on the second Monday in January.
National Gluten Free Day was created to educate people about the difficulties of eating gluten-free food, and to show compassion to those with celiac disease and gluten intolerance.
These are some great ideas to plan a celebration in honor of National Gluten Free Day:
As a way to show solidarity with people who have to eat gluten-free, you might consider National Gluten Free Day. Avoid gluten-containing foods such as breads, crackers, pasta and breads. Eliminate all wheat and foods that were prepared in facilities that use wheat such as oatmeal.
You can either choose gluten-free breads or a diet high in fresh fruits, vegetables and dairy products.