Cutting out the wheat
A wheat allergy or sensitivity is often confused with gluten intolerance, but there’s an important difference. A wheat-free diet means needing to cut only wheat, while still being able to eat other grains. A gluten-free diet requires avoidance of more foods, as gluten is found in more than just wheat.
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Any new diet plan requires a lifestyle adjustment, which can be made easier if you know which foods you’re allowed to substitute for the ones you’re missing. A wheat-free diet still needs complex carbohydrates for energy, but you can pick out wheat-free varieties of breakfast cereals and bread, and still eat rice, potato and corn/rice pasta.
A note on oats
Can people on a gluten-free diet eat oats? No, in Australia as part of the FSANZ requirements, oats are classified as gluten contains cereals.