On the SEVENTH Gluten-Free Day of Christmas
my Health Coach gave to me . . .
. . .the gift of shopping
Gluten-free shopping was life-changing for me. I was always a great shopper, very wise about spending. But, the cost of gluten-free items amazed me. Thankfully, prices and products are better today!
You really need to shop around
Do your homework and research the stores in your area. You’ll find sales, and which stores offer better prices. Typically, shops have their own website so you can see their product availability and the prices they offer.
With the newer labeling laws, it’s a bit easier to know if something is definitely gluten-free. Still continue to read labels as many food items change ingredients often.
Most stores now cater to the gluten-free lifestyle so are quite helpful: Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s and Wegmans are a few. The good news is that more gluten-free foods are now available and easier to find. And, by shopping around, you can find them to be affordable. Just be careful if you find stores with dust on gluten-free foods. Try not to make that your prime shopping spot as that shows low turnover.
Don’t forget on-line sites like Amazon and Thrive Market, which both carry an abundance of gluten-free foods at good prices.
While you are out holiday shopping see what you can find!
Often stores carry specialty items at the holidays – if you look around you can find some great items to add to your holiday gluten-free gift-giving.