Gluten Free Snacks

When your body is gluten-intolerant, choosing gluten-free snacks is a must. You need to watch your entire diet and that includes the foods you eat between meals. It is important to find better-for-you, satisfying, and delicious snacks that you and your family can enjoy. With 10 varieties to choose from, Harvest Snaps are some of the most delicious gluten-free snacks on the market.

Understanding Gluten in the Diet

Gluten is a naturally-occurring protein that is found in a number of different foods. There are several reasons why you may need to reduce or eliminate gluten from your diet. Some people suffer from celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder in which the body does not process gluten properly. For people with celiac disease, eating foods with gluten can cause a variety of symptoms such as bloating, stomach pain, constipation, diarrhea and headaches.

Gluten intolerance or gluten sensitivity can also cause the same symptoms, although the reaction is not classified as an auto-immune condition like celiac disease. An allergy to wheat can also be triggered by eating gluten, which is found in many baked goods and cereals. Those with an allergy to wheat could experience difficulty breathing, congestion and other symptoms because ingesting this substance triggers an immune system response in the body.

Whether you have celiac disease, are gluten sensitive or intolerant, or have an allergy to wheat, you will need to eliminate or limit your intake of gluten in your diet. You will most certainly want to find some tasty better-for-you gluten-free snacks that you can enjoy between meals.

Following a Gluten-Free Diet

If you are following a gluten-free diet your main mission is to avoid grains. You can usually enjoy fruits, vegetables, and other fresh foods such as eggs, unprocessed meat, beans, seeds and nuts and some dairy products. You are also allowed to include a select variety of starches such as rice, quinoa, millet, cornmeal, buckwheat, flax and flours that are made without gluten.

Wheat, barley or rye are to be avoided. You must check the labels on packaged foods and processed foods very carefully to ensure that they do not contain gluten. Today, there are many people who must follow a gluten-free diet or prefer to limit their intake of items that contain gluten, so it is becoming a lot easier to find many foods in the supermarket labelled “gluten-free.”

Harvest Snaps are Gluten-Free Snacks

As you begin a gluten-free lifestyle, you may become somewhat discouraged because it can feel rather restrictive. One of the most challenging aspects of this way of eating is finding delicious and gluten-free desserts and snacks. We are proud that Harvest Snaps are certified gluten-free and are among the most wholesome snacks on the market today. Harvest Snaps are made with black beans, red lentils, and green peas and are offered in 10 crispy and delicious flavors.

We’re confident that you and your family will be delighted by our delicious gluten-free Harvest Snaps. If you have celiac disease, wheat allergies, or other concerns about gluten, we hope you’ll find our tasty snack crisps to be a satisfying part of your gluten-free lifestyle. You can find Harvest Snaps in the produce section of your local grocery store.

 

Gluten Free Snacks

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