All fresh vegetables naturally do not contain gluten and can be included in a gluten-free diet. Some dried or frozen vegetables can contain farro and other gluten-containing grains so always check the product labelling for ingredients .


Beans and pulses are naturally gluten free and have significant amounts of fibre and soluble fibre. Soluble fibre can help lower blood cholesterol and keep blood sugar levels stable in people with diabetes. Beans contain complex carbohydrates, folate and iron and are a good source of protein.


          Mung beans                            Kidney beans                      Chick peas


          Red lentils                                Red lentils                          Black-eye beans


Potatoes and tubers such as yam, cassava and sweet potatoes are naturally gluten free and a good source of carbohydrate. They also contain vitamins and minerals and the skin can be a good source of fibre.



                     Yam                              Sweet potato                          Cassava

Some more naturally gluten free vegetables

There is not enough space to show the huge variety of vegetables, but you can be assured that all fresh vegetables are gluten free.