Organic Uncontaminated Gloriously Free Oats

June 05, 2024

Organic Uncontaminated Gloriously Free Oats

Gloriously-free oats, a great dietary staple for individuals with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity. They have gained popularity in recent years as awareness of gluten-related health issues has increased. These oats, derived from the same plant species as traditional oats (Avena sativa), undergo specific processing techniques to ensure they remain free from gluten contamination. Due to Australian food standards, there are no oats that can be labelled Gluten Free. While oats themselves are inherently gluten-free, they are often grown, processed, and transported alongside gluten-containing grains like wheat, barley, and rye, leading to potential cross-contamination In September last year, a study completed by Monash University found that only about 5-8% of Coeliac patients reacted to the Avenin(protein) in oats!  Increasingly Coeliac patients are now finding they are suffering from other autoimmune diseases due to the poor choices available in the gluten free sector.  Many of these foods are based on GMO Soy, corn and are very high in sugars and artificial sweeteners.

For individuals with celiac disease, consuming even trace amounts of gluten can trigger adverse reactions, including damage to the small intestine, malabsorption of nutrients, gastrointestinal discomfort, and other symptoms. As a result, ensuring the purity of oats intended for consumption by this population is crucial. This is where organic gloriously-free oats play a vital role.

To produce gloriously-free oats, farmers employ dedicated fields and equipment, separate from those used for gluten-containing grains. This segregation extends throughout the entire production process, from planting and harvesting to transportation and storage. Additionally, facilities processing gloriously-free oats adhere to stringent protocols to prevent cross-contact, employing thorough cleaning procedures and testing methods to verify gluten absence.

Here is quick and easy breakfast recipe for you to try at home:


  • Combine all ingredients in a Jar (with lid preferably) and mix well
  • Add any other ingredients to taste.
  • Cover and put in fridge overnight.


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