Tap Your Smartphone for Gluten-Free Meal Planning

If you have a gluten allergy, a sensitivity to gluten, or you just want to adopt a gluten-free diet, you have to remake your grocery shopping list, scrutinize food labels, and find different recipes for the foods you love.

That's not easy. There's the obvious sources of gluten like wheat-based cereals, breads, and crackers. But these days, gluten is even found in some chocolate, pickles, sushi, sauces, hot dogs, store-bough rotisserie chicken, ice cream, and even some licorice.

Going gluten-free means you always have to be on the lookout for foods that may contain gluten. For some people, eating gluten might cause temporary gastrointestinal problems. But for others with a true gluten allergy or Celiac disease, even small amounts of gluten can lead to serious health problems.

Over time, most people learn to adapt to following a gluten-free diet. But you don't have to do it all on your own. If you own a smartphone (68 percent of all adults do), there's a website and downloadable mobile app called Eat This Much, that you can use to find gluten-free recipes and make gluten-free meals. Just tell the app you don't want to see any recipes with foods that contain gluten.

You can also use the app to help you lose weight, maintain a healthy weight, or even gain weight if you need to. Swipe right, and enter a few details about yourself, and the app creates a customized experience to help you eat gluten-free and achieve your weight management goals.

And if you're need a break from cooking in the kitchen or need a little help adjusting to a gluten-free diet, we can help. Our gluten-free customers have enjoyed healthy meals for years from our Gluten-Free A la carte menu like Beef Bourguignon, Beef Pot Roast with Mushroom Gravy, Chicken Ana Luisa and Stuffed Peppers with Marinara Sauce. Our complete meals gluten free menu includes meals like Baked Tilapia, Brown Rice & Minted Carrots, Cheese Omelet, Broccoli & Apples, Turkey Chili with Brown Rice, and many others.