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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Typical Weekly Menu?

    Hello, I tend towards healthy living by reducing my intake of meat and some carbs and upping my fruit and veggie intake, with appropriate periodic splurges. Breakfast: Rice Chex Cereal or any gluten-free variety of chex (available at most local grocery stores), gluten-free waffles, udi's muffins, Fruit (not all of these, just one on any given day) Lunch: Leftovers from dinner the night before and fruit. I sometimes pack a gluten-free granola bar for snack. Dinner: Veggie stir fry served over rice or quinoa. Hearty salads with homemade salad dressing of lemon juice, olive oil, and salt (use nuts/seeds in lieu of croutons). Pasta heavy on the veggies and light on the meat or no meat (gluten free pasta available at health food stores). There are so many things to eat! -Marie