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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    Can anyone share some yummy gluten-free recipe ideas?

    I am hosting a dinner party next weekend and two of my friends are on a gluten-free diet. Could you list a few things I could make?
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    Nyema Hermiston

    Homeopath, Naturopath, Registered Nurse

    Nyema has been in ‘general practice’ treating adults and children for acute and chronic illnesses for over 20 years. She is Vice President of The … View Profile

    Many of the autism websites have fantastic sections of gluten free recipes. There are gluten free companies easily accessible on the Internet that you can order directly from and thankfully, plenty of gluten free products in the supermarket.
    Asian and Japanese foods are often nicely gluten free too.

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    Ashleigh Jones

    Dietitian, Nutritionist

    My favourite gluten free starter is Vietnamese-style rice paper rolls with a sweet chilli dipping sauce - just don't include any soy sauce and you're fine. has a great gluten free recipe collection,and the best part is that is that most of the recipes are reviewed, so you know what you're getting yourself into before you start cooking.

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    Christina Turner

    Dietitian, Nutritionist

    Christina is an Accredited Practising Dietitian who specialises in working with community members living with Eating Disorders. She currently provides online consultations. View Profile

    Teresa Cutter is a Chef who has an interest in nutrition.

    She often posts very tasty recipes on her website that are gluten free.

  • I am the Senior Dietitian and Director of Menuconcepts.  We  provide personalised, one on one consultations and develop individual weight loss and health programs.  We have clinics … View Profile

    Dr Sue Shepherd has written many gluten free cooking books.  I suggest you have a look at her website and see the range she has to offer.  Her recipes also taste really good :)
    Kind Regards
    Nicole Moore
    Accredited Practising Dietitian

  • Joanna Baker

    Nutritionist, Registered Nurse

    Everyday Nutrition founder Joanna Baker has been working in healthcare for 2o years. As an Accredited Practicing Dietitian and a Registered Nurse, she has seen … View Profile

    Sue Shepherd has some great recipes although often Gluten Free cakes, biscuits etc have an exhaustive list of ingredients. I usually suggest with dinners using whole foods, the more un processed the better as with fruit, veg, meat etc these are often naturally gluten free. There are quite a large range of sauces which are made gluten free and labeled as such in the supermarket “Ayam” are in the sauce section and fountain have some which are labeled gluten free too. There are also a few specialty gluten free grocers and health food stores often have a range of gluten free products, which may be helpful. Ultimately if you go for unprocessed meat, veg, rice/potatoes and watch the sauces you should be safe.

    I also do a bit of searching on Pinterest for inspiration, and have found great recipes for things like a Black Rice and Cherry salad or gluten free muffins with only 4 ingredients.

    Good luck

    BHSc. RN Div I. Grad Cert Human Nutrition

  • Joanna Sochan

    Naturopath, Nutritionist, Western Herbal Medicine Practitioner

    Joanna is a Natural Medicine Practitioner (Naturopath, Herbalist and Nutritionist) who offers an integrative and holistic approach to health and wellbeing. She applies a number … View Profile

    Gluten free dishes are both delicious and fun to prepare. I have included my favourite recipes for you, all made on a regular basis for my family and friends:

    For lunch/ dinner

    Lemon, thyme and garlic quick roasted chicken – quick and easy, always a favourite!
    Three quinoa recipes for lunch, dinner and dessert – quinoa is so versatile

    Really yummy dessert options

    Cherry and yoghurt parfait – a light but filling dessert
    Totally delicious Almond and Mandarin Cake – different, fresh and tasty
    White chocolate, dark chocolate raspberry tart – a raw cake that is just out of this world!
    All the best

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