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Food List- Wheat Gluten Allergies

Wheat gluten allergies, while rare, do occur in a small number of children over the age of six months. These allergies cause a reaction in your child after they have consumed any food item containing wheat. If your child is diagnosed with a wheat gluten allergy or with Celiac disease, you will need to remove all wheat and gluten containing foods from their diet.

Most doctors will offer a list of allowed and restricted foods to a parent with a newly diagnosed child, or at the very least, will offer to schedule an appointment for the parent to visit with a dietician.

While that list will be exhaustive, the list offered here covers many of the most popular food choices and will help you on your way to discovering what you can and cannot feed your allergic child. This list of allowed and restricted foods, while long and very inclusive, could keep your child pain free and maybe even save their life. It is very important to adhere to the list very strictly and never to allow your child to deviate from it.

The following is a list of allowed foods by category.

• Beverages: coffee, tea, fruit juices, colas, milk and cocoa

• Breads and Cereals: corn bread, rice bread, and potato bread as long as they are made without gluten, oatmeal, puffed rice, and corn based cereals
• Desserts: custards, oatmeal cookies, tapioca, rice pudding, fruit, and gelatin

• Fats: butter, margarine, vegetable fats, cream, and salad dressings

• Potatoes: white potatoes and sweet potatoes

• Miscellaneous: salt, condiments, herbs, nuts, pickles, and peanut butter

The following is a list of foods to be avoided by category.

• Beverages: coffee substitutes, beer, ale, root beer, and instant cocoa drinks

• Breads and Cereals: donuts, sweet rolls, muffins, waffles, pancakes, bread sticks, biscuits, rolls, dumplings, cereals made from wheat, pretzels and crackers

• Desserts: cakes, ice cream, cookies, pastries, pudding and commercial cake frosting

• Fats: gravies thickened with wheat products

• Meat and Fish: any meat or fish product that has been breaded, hot dogs, sausage, lunchmeats, and bologna

• Potatoes and Pasta: scalloped potatoes, noodles, and macaroni

• Miscellaneous: chocolates, cream soups, malted milk, soufflés, distilled vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce and meat tenderizers
Other products to avoid include any product that lists the following in its ingredients list…

• Bran

• Cracker meal

• Enriched flour

• Farina

•Graham flour

• Spelt

• Wheat bran

• Wheat germ

• Hydrolyzed vegetable protein

• Kamut

• Modified food starch

•Natural flavoring

•Gum

• Vegetable starch

After taking away all of the restricted foods, you may feel as though your child's diet is lacking in fun. One way to help this is to purchase rice flour and make your own baked goods. By using a wheat flour substitute such as rice flour or almond flour, you will be able to make breads, rolls, cookies and other baked goods for your child to enjoy.



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