Diseases and Conditions Feature

Celiac Disease Diet: 9 Gluten-Free Grains to Try



Just like amaranth, buckwheat is also technically a seed, coming from a fruit in the same family as rhubarb. Its name is a bit of a misnomer as it doesn’t have much at all to do with wheat.

Buckwheat is rich in fiber but also other important nutrients like magnesium and phosphorous. It is available as a flour or as a whole grain (well, seed) called groats, which have a nutty flavor when roasted, and a more mild flavor when raw.