Chapati made from wheat flour, also known as roti or phulka, is an unleavened flatbread that is an integral part of our staple diet. To not eat chapati can be quite hard, as we have been eating them since we were little and for all practical purposes, it is all we know of. We completely understand!
However, eating chapati is more common in urban areas. Across our Indian rural areas, people eat a lot more grains that provide them strength and other health benefits. Today, with gluten-free diets becoming a huge trend in urban areas, here’s how you can adapt to a gluten-free diet. In this article, we have listed a few gluten-free meal replacement for chapati and other gluten foods.
Instead of wheat flour, you can try chapati or bhakri made from –
- Sorghum (Jowar)
- Finger Millet (Ragi)
- Soya Bean Flour (soya)
- Pearl Millet Flour (Bajra)
- Rice Flour
What’s more, there are many gluten-free pastas available in the market made from rice, buckwheat, millet, chia & black rice and quinoa. We have all of them available on our online shop. Click here. We also have gluten-free protein and energy bars available on our online store. Check them out.
For breakfast, replace wheat flakes with rice flakes, corn flakes, soy flakes and millet flakes. Substitute puffed wheat with puffed rice or amaranth. Visit shop.health-total.com to check out the wide range of health foods on our online store.