Thanks giving without gluten

Gluten intolerance is not a trend, it is a disease called Celiac which affects about 1% of the population. This percentage seems small; however, there are studies indicating that 6 out of 7 people who do not tolerate gluten have not yet been diagnosed, and suffer daily with symptoms such as bad digestion, abdominal swelling, heaviness,gas, diarrhea, weight loss, anemia,irritability, and dermatitis.

¿What is Gluten?

Gluten is a protein present in wheat, rye, barley, and in any other food made out of these grains. People who suffer from intolerance or are allergic to gluten should avoid consuming foods that contain it and should also supplement their diet with vitamins. Unfortunately, avoiding gluten consumption is a difficult task because there are many processed foods on the market that contain this ingredient.

You should take note and check the labels of products before buying anything. The list includesfoods such as:
Pasta, noodles, bread, cakes, flour tortillas, pancakes, waffles, some soups(especially creams), as well as many sauces for cooking and dressings for salads.

These recipes are gluten free

Bread Stuffing:
There are many gluten-free bread options already on the market. Just by modifying this key ingredient when preparing your stuffing, it is possible to continue enjoying one of the most traditional flavors of the Thanksgiving dinner.

Sweet Potato Casserole:
Sweet potato is a very healthy ingredient, and in a recipe as simpleas this one, even people intolerant to gluten can enjoy its benefits. The ingredients needed toprepare this casserole are: sweet potato puree, a little bit of butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, andnutmeg. The key is to mix the ingredients really well. Once mixed, bake the casserole in theoven and then decorate it with pecans on top.

Baked Turkey:
This holiday classic is a very healthy dish that fortunately is safe for the stomachof those who suffer from the celiac disease.

Pumpkin Soup:
Pumpkin is a commonly used ingredient this season, and is typically prepared as a creamy soup; for this reason, it usually needs wheat flour to achieve the ideal texture and consistency. But how about changing the traditional recipe a little and preparing your pumpkinsoup without wheat flour? The result will be just as delicious and safe for the well-being of all your guests. If you want to add a little bit of heavy cream, make sure it is gluten-free.

Now that the holiday season is approaching, Salud 360 wants to share with you some variationson the traditional recipes that are prepared to celebrate Thanksgiving. These recipes are glutenfree and will give every guest many reasons to say a healthy thanks!

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