3 Day Military Gluten-Free Diet Menu for Under $41 In Food Cost!

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Seems as though a gluten-free diet has been the trend for quite some time now. There seems to be a gluten-free alternative to just about everything nowadays. This is very beneficial to those who are gluten-sensitive and suffer from celiac disease. Further, many individuals have found that avoiding this substance—found in barley, rye, and wheat—is a way to opt for fresh ingredients, in turn making the weight loss process a tad bit easier. For those reasons, we have created a 3-Day Military Diet menu below that caters to gluten exclusion.

Menu

Day 1

Breakfast

  • ½ Grapefruit
  • 2 Rice Cakes
  • 2 Tablespoons Peanut Butter
  • 1 cup Coffee or Tea (with Caffeine)

Lunch

  • ½ Cup of Tuna
  • 1 Gluten-Free Tortilla
  • 1 Cup Coffee or Tea (with Caffeine)

Dinner

  • 3 Ounces of Any Type of Meat
  • 1 Cup of Green Beans
  • ½ Banana
  • 1 Small Apple
  • 1 Cup of Vanilla Ice Cream (Check label to assure that none of the ingredients include gluten)

Day 2

Breakfast

  • 1 Egg
  • 1 Gluten-Free Tortilla
  • ½ Banana

Lunch

  • 1 Cup of Gluten-Free Cottage Cheese (Daisy)
  • 1 Hard Boiled Egg
  • ¼ Cup of Quinoa

Dinner

  • 2 Hot Dogs (Without Bun)
  • 1 Cup of Broccoli
  • ½ Cup of Carrots
  • ½ Banana
  • ½ Cup of Vanilla Ice Cream (Check label to assure that none of the ingredients include gluten)

Day 3

Breakfast

  • 2 Rice cakes
  • 1 Slice of Cheddar Cheese
  • 1 Small Apple

Lunch

  • 1 Hard Boiled Egg
  • 1 Gluten-Free Tortilla

Dinner

  • 1 Cup of Tuna
  • ½ Banana
  • 1 Cup of Vanilla Ice Cream (Check label to assure that none of the ingredients include gluten)

Free 3 Day Military Gluten-Free Diet Shopping List

Total (via grocery.walmart.com): $40.85

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Originally from LA but have found home in a small city and while studying at Boise State University have discovered an interest and passion for health and nutrition. I love learning and discovering everything there is to know about how we can improve our lives with better understanding of what helps to keep our body and mind healthy and strong.