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Living the Gluten-Free Way

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Cost-effective and healthy ways to make leading a gluten-free life much easier

Although coeliac disease affects around 1 in 70 Australians, an increasing number of people are sensitive to gluten. People with coeliac disease and non-coeliac gluten intolerance are urged to eliminate gluten from their diet in order to ease symptoms, yet often it can be difficult knowing what products to avoid. The key is making fresh food your staple. Here are some food options and general rules of thumb for healthy shopping for anyone wanting to avoid gluten.



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