Muesli – wheat-free means no bran, wheatgerm, wheat flakes or processed bran. Make your own blend up easily with:
Quick oats/rolled oats/biodynamic oats (from health shop), Rice bran, sunflower seeds, with or without sultanas/dates. Sometimes oats are a problem in gluten/wheat intolerance so note how you feel after eating them.
Add a seed mix such as LSA (Linseed, Sunflower, Almond meal) or SLAP (Sunflower, linseed, almond, psyllium meal) or your own ground mixture from raw almonds, linseeds, sunflower seeds, pecans, pumpkin kernels and sesame seeds for a fibre and nutrient boost.
Rice flakes with psyllium – should be available from the health isle of good supermarkets or from the local health food shop.
Millet Meal Porridge (1/4 cup meal to aprox 1 cup of water and pinch sea salt – add boiling water whilst stirring to prevent lumps forming. Add honey and soymilk as desired.
Amaranth cereal with soy or skim milk, seed mix and a little honey/rice malt.
Sheeps or Jalna/Organic cow’s milk yoghurt with seed mix – LSA, and Lecithin Granules, with or without sliced fresh fruit.
Fruit salad with crushed nuts/seeds and a dollop of plain yoghurt.
Brown rice (well cooked ) or quinoa with sultanas or fruit and soy milk.
Protein Smoothie with protein powder, strawberries/blueberries/banana, yoghurt and water or soy/rice milk. Add 1 tablespoon of lecithin granules to cereals and smoothies to boost brain function, improve cell membrane integrity, lower cholesterol and support fat metabolism and gallbladder health.
Poached eggs on wheat-free bread (see below)
Omelette or scrambled eggs – use ricotta cheese for higher protein content and add lots of veges/salmon
Wheat-free breads (keep these breads in the fridge as they contain no preservatives, have one slice maximum)
- Rice bread, - buckwheat bread, - Essene Bread – sprouted bread is unbaked and high in enzymes and nutrients, - sourdough oat bread
(note; commercial rye bread usually contains wheat or gluten and yeast.)
I hope this gives you more ideas to help support your digestion and find new ways to maximise nutrition for breakfast.
Yours in health