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Stacks of Gluten Free Products - 4 for 3 at Tesco

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With gluten free products being so expensive this is a great opportunity to stock up. You can mix and match and make some big savings. Enjoy Read More
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With gluten free products being so expensive this is a great opportunity to stock up. You can mix and match and make some big savings. Enjoy
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Thanks for posting. Anyone with IBS should try a low FODMAP diet, google Monash University for details. Try it for 5 weeks ie cut out dairy and wheat products, it has literally changed my life and limit certain other foods. By week 3 guts completely normal. We are often sensitive to wheat and/or gluten. You can then reintroduce foods slowly back, monitoring effects. Alpro rice milk is great in tea and coffee, rather than Rice dream. Ensure you always get calcium enriched milk. Doves farm do rice and mixed grain flours, these are all great, recipes on packet. Gluten free (wheat free) bread very expensive but so worth it, then switch to make your own by hand, doesn't need kneading like wheat bread so is a doddle. I thought it was a load of tosh til I tried it, I now wake up everyday not worrying about life limiting tummy troubles and can look forward to holidays. SO happy! also Rice pasta is lovely, tastier than normal. Ginger gluten free biscuits are great. Dairy free gluten free chocolate spread is good. Rice puffs bland but add some berries as is ok. Go and have a look. Thoroughly recommend products for anyone with functional gut disorders. Thanks for posting, I will see what they have :)
#2
Good spot my wife is coeliac
#3
How long is the offer on for thought it finished 2morro
#4
thanks PCF wil forward ur msg to my sis who suffers with annoying iBS
#5
pcf
Thanks for posting. Anyone with IBS should try a low FODMAP diet, google Monash University for details. Try it for 5 weeks ie cut out dairy and wheat products, it has literally changed my life and limit certain other foods. By week 3 guts completely normal. We are often sensitive to wheat and/or gluten. You can then reintroduce foods slowly back, monitoring effects. Alpro rice milk is great in tea and coffee, rather than Rice dream. Ensure you always get calcium enriched milk. Doves farm do rice and mixed grain flours, these are all great, recipes on packet. Gluten free (wheat free) bread very expensive but so worth it, then switch to make your own by hand, doesn't need kneading like wheat bread so is a doddle. I thought it was a load of tosh til I tried it, I now wake up everyday not worrying about life limiting tummy troubles and can look forward to holidays. SO happy! also Rice pasta is lovely, tastier than normal. Ginger gluten free biscuits are great. Dairy free gluten free chocolate spread is good. Rice puffs bland but add some berries as is ok. Go and have a look. Thoroughly recommend products for anyone with functional gut disorders. Thanks for posting, I will see what they have :)

Thanks for this - lots of excellent and welcome advice here. The Monash Fodmap thing does not get good ratings and probably isn't worth spending any money on but the site is well worth a read, I think, for all those with IBS. Monash are just trying to make money with an incomplete app.
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NOT all the deals are good value http://www.waitrose.com/shop/HeaderSearchCmd?searchTerm=Nature+path&defaultSearch=GR&search= have better deals if there's one local to you!
#7
No problem. Everyone. @heatonbooth. The offer said 24th August on the Tesco website although I am skeptical of this as it seems a long time to run this offer. Perhaps they are wanting to gauge the take up gluten free products.
#8
Most of this stock will soon be in B&M and home bargains as even on offer it's too expensive for the average gluten sufferer and isn't shifting.

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