Gluten-free meal delivery services for celiac disease

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Meal delivery services offer a convenient way to serve breakfast, lunch or dinner at home while you are busy. Today, more companies are offering gluten-free meal options that people with celiac disease and gluten sensitivities can enjoy. They offer plans that can fit the lifestyles of single people or large families and promise each meal is nutritious and easy to make.

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Meal delivery services let you choose the combination of meals that fit your needs, and it is important to select the gluten-free versions from the menus. For example, Kitchfix offers a healthy variety of meals, snacks and beverages that change every week. The company has gluten-free, soy-free, corn-free and dairy-free menu options that include shredded beef BBQ and black bean cakes with fajita vegetables. Kitchflix uses organic vegetables, local grass-fed meats, sustainable seafood and fermented foods.

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Plated also offers meal delivery services with gluten-free and dairy-free choices. Consumers receive a box filled with the fresh ingredients and instructions on how to prepare the meals. You have to provide your own cooking utensils and basic items like salt, but the company sends herbs and special seasonings. The menu has items ranging from braised cod with Swiss chard, white beans and almonds to roasted quail with salsa verde and Spanish rice.

Freshology has a gluten-free menu for 28 days, and you can customize the options. You do not have to spend time preparing the meals because they just need to be heated. The company offers breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and desserts free of gluten. In addition, it has partnered with the Celiac Disease Foundation (CDF). The choices range from steak lettuce cups with corn and black bean salsa to berry cheesecake. Other options include a quinoa pasta bowl with sweet tomato Ragu and homemade turkey meatballs or a mushroom with asparagus pizza.

Read more about celiac disease:
Doctors ignore proper celiac disease diagnosis and care
Celiac disease tripled in children in last 20 years

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