What Typical Cereals Are Gluten Free?

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cerealsGone are the days when you have to search and seek for gluten-free cereals. Many of the recent discoveries showed that a number of the well-known and common cereals are gluten free. Before that, why gluten free?


Gluten is a protein that is found in some of the major staple crops like wheat, barley and rye, which can initiate allergic responses in many, especially in the Western world. Discussed here are some of the well-known gluten free cereals from the market.


1. Chex Cereals:


This is the brand name of the company that is capable of offering four ranges of tasty and yummy gluten free choices, which will include Rice Chex, Corn Chex, Honey Nut Chex, Chocolate Chex and Cinnamon Chex. All the variants are tasty and if you are on a diet, have a good look at the calories per serving to choose your food. They are branded by General Mills of Chex.


2. Erewhon Cereals:


Carrying the brand name of U.S. Mills from Erewhon, these are all-natural cereal produces, which comes in numerous variants and flavors making these brands quite popular. Some of the organic gluten free cereals will include Brown rice, Crispy brown rice with mixed berries, cornflakes and strawberry crisp cereals. The most popular of these is the Brown rice cereal, which is made from crispy brown rice coated with brown syrup, both being grown organically and sea salt.


3. Nature’s Path:


Nature’s Path as the name suggests, are the ones that will carry purely organically grain produces for their brands of cereals that are sold commercially. This will include variants and flavors like Crunchy Maple Sunrise, Crunchy Vanilla Sunrise and Whole O’s Cereals.yummy cereals


4. Hot Cereals:


Some single grain hot cereals that are also gluten free will include rice, hominy and cornmeal cereals. These come with a brand name that they have the system that can claim to avoid cross-contamination. This is one of the marketing strategies that they claim, as they do not use the machines in the industry to be used for preparing gluten containing cereals.


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