Should You Go Gluten-Free?

Good Without Gluten

Delicious options any runner could love:

1. King Soba 100 Percent Buckwheat Noodles

Use fast-cooking soba noodles made from buckwheat flour in place of traditional pasta. kingsoba.com

2. Bob's Red Mill Gluten-Free Pancake Mix

This flapjack mix is made with sorghum flour, a good source of fiber. bobsredmill.com

3. Vega Whole Food Energy Bars

Pleasantly moist, these plantbased bars are packed with protein, fiber, and omega-3 fats. myvega.com

4. Ruth's Foods Chia Goodness Cereal

Rich in fiber and healthy fats, this hardy cereal will keep you full. ruthsfoods.com

5. Amy's Rice Crust Spinach Pizza

With its crunchy crust, this frozen pizza tastes similar to traditional pies. amys.com

6. Zico Coconut Water

Naturally tangy coconut water is packed with potassium to help maintain proper fluid balance. zico.com

7. Lucy's Chocolate Chip Cookies

Oat and garbanzo-bean flour make these a healthy treat for chocoholics. drlucys.com

8. Rhythm Superfoods Kale Chips

Perfectly seasoned crispy kale has less saturated fat than potato chips. dailyjuice.org

9. CalNaturale Svelte Protein Drink

The blend of protein and carbs will recharge muscles after a hard run. sveltebrand.com

10. Food for Life Rice Almond Bread

This whole-grain, sliced bread makes delicious morning toast. foodforlife.com

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