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Gluten-free snacking has never looked so good! 

At Healthy Nibbles, we enjoy catering to a wide range of dietary requirements, including gluten-free! Indulge in delicious snacks, many of which are registered with the Coeliac Society, and all of which are free-from wheat, rye and barley. Gluten-Free never means flavour-free at Healthy Nibbles.


What is gluten?

Gluten is a storage protein found in many grains, including wheat, barley and rye. It’s commonly found in foods such as bread, pasta, pizza and most baked treats. A gluten-free diet eliminates gluten-containing grains.

Is gluten bad for everyone?

No, gluten is only unsafe and causes discomfort for those with coeliac disease, gluten sensitivity or wheat allergy. In saying this, gluten-free diets are also popular among those who haven’t been diagnosed with a gluten-related medical condition.

How do I know if I am allergic to gluten?

Don’t worry – intolerance to gluten is fairly common, 1 in 10 people in the UK now avoid gluten! Coeliac disease is the most severe form of intolerance and affects around 1% of the population. There are many symptoms of gluten intolerance so if you’re not feeling quite right, speak to a doctor. Common symptoms include bloating, feeling tired, or experiencing stomach problems and abdominal pain.

What can I eat that’s gluten-free?

Although a gluten-free diet may initially feel restrictive, there are many foods that can be enjoyed including most dairy products, fruits and vegetables, meat/fish, potatoes and rice. There are also many gluten-free alternative products widely available so you can still cook your favourite meals without suffering the consequences!

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