Nut Free

There are many reasons you may want to avoid nuts in your diet, but one of the most common is a nut allergy. Nut allergies are extremely serious, so we understand the importance of consuming products that aren’t only nut-free but free from contamination. We have a carefully selected range of protein powders that contain the protein and amino acids found in nuts for a healthy lifestyle.


Benefits of a nut free diet


It can be challenging cutting nuts out of your diet, but there are benefits to going nut free.


• Healthy lifestyle if you have a nut allergy

• You can get your good fats from seeds

• There are plenty of nut free treats available

• Decreases fat intake

• Diversifies your sources of protein

• Eliminates salt-coated nuts

 

FAQs about a nut free diet


If you’re considering following a nut free diet, take a look at the most frequently asked questions.


What is a nut allergy?


A nut allergy is when a person’s immune system negatively reacts to the protein in nuts, causing severe inflammation. It triggers cells to swell, including the throat and can create difficulty breathing, making the allergy life-threatening for some people.


What does a nut allergy feel like?


If you have a nut allergy, you may experience abdominal cramps and red, bumpy skin, known as hives. In severe cases, you could have trouble breathing.


What causes a nut allergy?


Some nut allergies may be hereditary, like a peanut allergy. Other times, the allergy is triggered by a change in hormones, such as menopause. 


Can a nut allergy go away?


Some people may outgrow a nut allergy, particularly if you develop the reaction as a child. However, if you are a teenager or older and still have a nut allergy, you are unlikely to outgrow it. 


What foods are nut free?


Vegetables such as carrots, kale, spinach, broccoli and cabbage do not contain nuts. Fruits and berries, including dried fruits, are another option—for example, apples, pineapple, pear, apricots, raisins and berries. You can also eat meat and seeds as long as they come from a nut free factory.


How do you eat healthy with a nut allergy?


There are plenty of healthy foods that you can eat with a nut allergy. Get your healthy fats from seeds like pumpkin and sunflower seeds. High protein sources are tofu, tempeh, and whole grains, and we provide a range of nut free protein powders. Brown rice, fortified cereal and oats are abundant in fibre and fantastic anti-inflammatories. 


Can you eat chocolate if you have a nut allergy?


You can only eat chocolate with a nut allergy if the ingredients do not contain nuts, and there is no risk of nut contamination from the factory.


Enjoy your nut free diet with Grape Tree


Our nut-free range of products includes low-fat protein powders in delicious strawberry, chocolate, banana, vanilla or raspberry flavours. We also have nut free marshmallows to satisfy your sweet tooth.

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