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SIMPLY GLUTEN FREE

Looking for a complete beginners guide to being gluten-free? Look no further, as Charlotte Willis guides you through the science, supermarket aisles and social occasions in one fell swoop.

Dear my fellow glutenadverse friends. Whether you’ve been diagnosed as coeliac, found yourself bloated and constipated after inhaling the entire bread basket at dinner, or you suspect that your digestive system has declared allout war with gluten. I would like to welcome each one of you to a new chapter in your relationship with food. A chapter which will see you transform from being mystified by your digestive difficulties, into a truly enlightened state of awareness. A chapter which will allow you to explore new and exciting flavours, textures and alternative ingredients, those which will nourish and compliment your body as opposed to fighting against it. But most of all, a chapter whose character journey will have both ups and downs along the path to discovering the most optimum and healthful diet you can achieve.

When I decided to go gluten-free, a good 2 years ago now, I recall being concerned about missing out on some of my favourite foods. Goodbye pasta, crusty loaves were to be a thing of the past and I definitely wasn’t prepared to talk about pastries. Perhaps you resonate with some of my initial worries? Like with any change in lifestyle and habit, a change in diet can be a cause for concern. Not surprising, when you throw into the mix the possibility of said diet positively influencing your health and wellbeing, you might even experience a societal added sense of pressure to succeed. But before we launch into a tangent, leaving ourselves positively un-motivated, through much personal trial and countless errors, I have compiled a simple go-to guide to tackling your first few challenges as a freefrom individual.

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The latest issue of Gluten-Free Heaven is packed as always with 101 seasonal recipes perfect for the end of summer and the beginning of the transition into the autumn. Having a child with coeliac disease, a gluten intolerance or in fact any allergy is top priority when dispatching a little one off into a new environment. This month, we tackle just that scenario where we offer advice on what to eat, what to make and how to avoid issues, while we also look at some of the best lunchbox ideas available on the high street. Also this month, we look into the lives of a couple of families in a series of features seeing how they cope with coeliac disease, create the perfect pasta and go back to basics for those new to a gluten-free diet on page 50. Getting your kids cooking is a great way for them to learn important life skills and we have a great selection of recipes that are just perfect for the early starters – let alone great tasting – to get them off and running!