How Can We Avoid Gluten Products?

The immune system reacts to gluten, a protein present in barley, wheat, and rye, resulting in gluten allergy, a lifelong, dangerous autoimmune illness. Gluten allergy can be treated by adhering to a rigorous gluten-free diet for the rest of your life.

A  patient’s life is difficult since they must pursue a gluten-free diet for the rest of their lives. Gluten or Wheat Allergy sufferers must be cautious while purchasing gluten-free products in the market or dining out in a restaurant. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) – like symptoms can also arise from this disorder. Going gluten-free can help these patients with their IBS symptoms significantly. It is worth noting that you can have both IBS and gluten allergy at the same time, which means that symptoms can last even if gluten is removed from your diet.

What is Gluten?

Gluten is a kind of protein present in grains such as wheat, barley, rye, and oats. It is found in different types of foods and beverages, including pasta, cereal, and beer. Gluten can be found in an assortment of items, including vitamins, cosmetics, and even some pharmaceuticals.

Gluten Intolerance Symptoms

What are the Symptoms of Gluten Intolerance?

Following gluten consumption, people may suffer the following signs for several hours or days:

  • Pain in the abdomen.
  • Anemia.
  • Anxiety.
  • Bloating or gas is a common symptom.
  • Brain fog, or difficulty concentrating, is a common ailment.
  • Depression.
  • Constipation or diarrhea.
  • Tiredness.
  • Headache.
  • Joint discomfort.
  • Nausea and vomiting are common side effects.
  • A rash on the skin.

Irritable bowel syndrome affects many people who are gluten intolerant (IBS).

Tips to Manage a Gluten Allergy

1. When You Go Grocery Shopping, Get in The Habit of Reading Food Labels.

A regulation on allergen labeling applies to all packaged food, so you can inform whether or not an item is gluten-free simply by checking the components list while purchasing gluten-free products in the market. If a gluten-containing cereal is included in the product, it must be mentioned in the components list.

2. Keep in Mind That Many Foods are Innately Gluten-Free.

Utilize fresh vegetables and fruits, poultry, cheese,  meat, fish, and eggs as the base of your meals because they are naturally gluten-free.

3. Replace Gluten-Containing Foods With Gluten-Free Alternatives.

Gluten is present in various foods like pasta, bread, and crackers, but It does not mean you can not include them in your diet. Replace your favorite foods with gluten-free alternatives, you can find these gluten-free items in most health food stores and supermarkets. Bread, pasta,  bread rolls, crackers, cereals, and other gluten-free alternatives are obtainable. 

4. Enjoy Gluten-Free Cereals and Grains That Are Naturally Gluten-Free.

The gluten-free diet does not rule out the consumption of all grains and cereals. Quinoa, buckwheat, corn, millet, and tapioca are just a few of the gluten-free grains that can be consumed. Just make sure you are using uncontaminated versions by reading the labeling.

5. Cross-Contamination Should Be Avoided.

For a person with a gluten allergy, even a trace of gluten can trigger symptoms, so avoid cross-contamination with gluten-containing foods. To prevent crumbs from spreading, wash down kitchen surfaces before using them.

6. Do Not Consume Sauces Having Gluten.

Many pasta sauces, stocks, gravies, and spices have wheat flour, and thus gluten, so read the labels carefully and avoid anything that isn’t gluten-free. Instead, Make your gluten-free sauces and gravies by thickening them with cornflour, arrowroot, or potato starch.

Ayurvedic Treatment of Gluten Allergy

According to Ayurveda, gluten allergy arises by immune cells make incorrect decisions. Gluten has been found to cause immune cells to act inappropriately. Although not everyone is hypersensitive to gluten, this does not imply that gluten is the cause of the condition. The objective of Ayurvedic Glutten Allergy Treatment is to strengthen the immune system. Gluten allergy is a condition where immune cells become hypersensitive to gluten. Natural herbs aid in curing digestive problems and enhance nutrient absorption the body’s nutrition status is seriously damaged by wrong micronutrient absorption. The appropriate cleansing of the body is another essential aspect of Ayurveda.

Gluten Product That Needs to Avoid

There are a variety of foods that contain gluten that is not readily apparent. As a result, it is suggested that individuals with gluten allergies check the contents and purchase only gluten-free items. Some eateries specialize in gluten-free cuisine. Keep a list of gluten-free eateries close at hand. The following are some of the foods you must evade at all costs:


Gluten is a protein found in wheat, as stated previously in the introduction. As a result, all wheat-based items should be avoided.


Certain ingredients are required for baked items to become fluffy. Gluten is present in the thickeners, malt, and starchy components.

 For example:

  • Cakes and cookies
  • Muffins
  • Pastries
  • Pizza
  • Crumbs of bread


As previously stated, beverages frequently include gluten-containing ingredients and colors. Some alcoholic drinks may include gluten-containing substances. avoid these drinks.

These are some examples of beverages:

  • Flavored alcoholic drinks
  • Canned fruit juices




Dr. Gupta (Ayurvedic Allergy Specialists) gives an effective therapy for Gluten allergies. For additional information, contact us to schedule an appointment.

About Dr. Sahil Gupta (B.A.M.S., M.H.A.)

Dr. Sahil Gupta completed his Bachelor of Ayurveda in Medicine and Surgery (B.A.M.S.) and Master’s Degree in Health Administration (MHA) India. He is Registered Ayurvedic Doctor & Vaidya in India having Registration No. 23780. He is the CEO and founder of IAFA. After completing BAMS, Dr. Sahil Gupta started practicing Ayruveda by giving prime importance to allergic disorders management. He became the first Ayurvedic doctor to cure Food Allergies through Ayurveda.

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