In This Chapter
Recognising what food has to offer
Keeping the right balance
Understanding the glycaemic index and load
Getting the right nutrients
Controlling your weight on a gluten-free diet
Maintaining healthy eating as you get older
W hether you’re a salad-dodger or suffering from orthorexia (an extreme desire to eat only health foods), eating gluten-free nutritiously is simple but not plain. You don’t have to balance any food blocks (and turn them upside down every few years), weigh portions, keep a food log or count kilojoules.
We have more than just a passing interest in nutrition and that interest extends far beyond whether something is gluten-free or not. We love food (and who doesn’t?) and believe that eating well shouldn’t just be about getting the right nutrients, but enjoying what you eat. When you need to remove gluten from ...