Posted on: 12.05.2023 Posted by: Drlark Comments: 0

Now that you understand why you should be wheat-free, how can you actually do it? After all, wheat seems to be in everything!

I know exactly how you feel. That was my first thought when I started on this process. Thankfully, it isn’t nearly as complicated as you may think. Remember, wheat is an ingredient…not an entire food category. That means you can still have bread, pasta, pizza, baked goods, etc.—just choose ones made without wheat.

The most common wheat substitutes include oat, soy, corn, rice, millet, quinoa, and buckwheat breads, crackers, pizza crusts, bagels, and pasta. Great brands include Pamela’s, Gluten-Free Pantry, Namaste Foods, Foods by George, Glutino, and Bionaturae.

Below are the specific products from these brands that I like. If you cannot find these items in your local grocery store, Whole Foods Market, or specialty store, I’ve included a Web site for you so you can buy them online. You can also visit Miss Roben’s for many wheat-free (and sugar-free) products all in one place.


Lifestream Buckwheat or Flax Plus waffles

Glutino plain or sesame bagels (

Barbara’s Puffin cereals

Pamela’s pancake and baking mix (


Bionaturae pasta

Amy’s frozen entr?es
Taj Ethnic Gourmet meals
Glutino Flaxseed bread
Namaste pizza crust (


Greens + bars

Ruth’s MacaPower bars 


Paul Newman’s wheat-free, dairy-free sandwich cookies

Pamela’s baking mixes (

Good Karma organic rice cream (dairy- and wheat-free) (


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