A gluten free diet requires the avoidance of all sources of gluten in the diet. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye and barley.
The good news is that there are many foods that are naturally gluten-free:
ALL foods made from wheat, barley, rye and their flours must be avoided:
‘Pure’ uncontaminated oats can be tolerated by the majority of people with coeliac disease.
If in doubt, check with your healthcare professional, or look in Coeliac UK’s Food & Drink Guide.
Allergen labelling means that you can tell from the ingredients list whether a packaged food contains gluten. Always check the ingredient list. Allergens will be highlighted in bold.
To help you make safe choices please consult Coeliac UK’s Food & Drink Guide.
Always check with your pharmacist that your prescribed medicine is gluten-free. That also includes vitamins, minerals and supplements too.
Juvela produce a range of staple gluten-free foods to help manage your gluten-free diet that are available on prescription to those medically diagnosed with coeliac disease or dermatitis herpetiformis (DH)
The range includes loaves and rolls, all-purpose flour mixes, breakfast cereals, a selection of pasta, pizza bases and crispbreads.
Access and availability to gluten-free food on prescription will vary depending on where you live. To find out more about gluten-free foods on prescription click here.