• Deb Carr

Sanitarium Gluten Free Weet-Bix

I never thought I'd come across gluten free Weet-Bix that actually tasted any good so I was really surprised when I was shopping recently and saw the box in the health section of the supermarket. I hesitated to actually buy it because I really didn't expect the gluten free variety would taste any good. How wrong can one person be? I was soon to discover that the gluten free variety actually tastes better than the original. Well that's my opinion.

As always I add as many anti-inflammatory ingredients in to my food so to add flavour and health I throw in blueberries, fresh ginger and some acai powder. I also use a little bit of *coconut sugar to sweeten it a bit and then add unsweetened almond milk.

Made with sorghum (millet), Sanitarium’s gluten-free Weet-Bix are certified gluten free and suitable for anyone with coeliac disease as well as those following a low FODMAP or gluten free diet. These Weet-Bix are still high in fibre so for those with Crohn's Disease that are on a low fibre diet they may not be suitable for you. I try to stay as low fibre as I can however I have found that I tolerate the gluten free Weet-Bix well.

*I use only a tiny amount as Coconut Sugar is not a health food source

The information on this website is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure Crohn's or any other disease.

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