Why Gluten Free Instant Noodles Are Suitable for People with Coeliac

People suffering from coeliac disease have a condition that means the immune system attacks its own tissues when the body ingests gluten. This causes damage to the small intestine and affects the body's ability to absorb nutrients. Symptoms can include upset stomachs, bloating and stomach pain and have a negative impact on day-to-day life.


Research into coeliac disease has come a long way in recent years and the choice of foods available to those suffering from the condition has become much wider. Restaurants and eateries are much better at providing alternative dishes on their menus that cater for coeliacs and supermarkets have also improved their product ranges, with many dedicating floor space to foods that are gluten free.

Gluten free instant noodle

King Soba is a family-run business which produces a variety of healthy, nutritious and tasty noodles. All our noodles are 100% organic, non GMO and many are wheat and gluten free, making them perfect for people with coeliac. We are also certified Fairtrade and all our ingredients are sourced for selected farmers in China, India, Japan and Thailand.

Organic Coconut Tahini Ramen brown rice noodles are a quick and easy snack, that take less than 5 minutes to prepare. They come with a delicious creamy sauce containing coconut, tahini, ginger and lemongrass and can be enjoyed by everyone, including young children. Similarly, the Thai Red Curry noodles are also 100% organic, totally wheat and gluten free and come with a traditional Thai Red curry sauce made with coconut, lemongrass, chilli and basil.

A tasty gluten free instant noodle

If you are looking for a gluten free, noodle cup that you can eat anywhere, the Organic Instant Zesty Ginger Miso Ramen Pot (https://kingsoba.co.uk/collections/instant/products/organic-instant-zesty-miso-ramen-pot) is made up of organic brown rice, ramen noodles and a zesty miso soup with a touch of ginger, that is ready in under 5 minutes. Simply cover the noodles with boiling water, add the miso and onion sachets and leave for 3 – 4 minutes. To ensure the flavours are evenly distributed, give it a quick stir with a fork and then sit down and savour!

The pots are suitable for vegetarians, vegans, coeliacs and anyone who is gluten or wheat sensitive.

Buckwheat noodles

Another great alternative for anyone suffering with gluten intolerance, is the Tamari Miso Buckwheat Ramen Noodles which come with a stir in tomato and miso sauce, which is full of flavour. Noodles are so quick and easy to prepare and if you like food with flavour, they are the ideal snack choice. The miso sauce adds an authentic flavour and the chilli and spring onion give it a warming kick.

Gluten free foods

Gluten free foods are not only good for you, but taste delicious too. Buying everyday foods that are gluten free, such as pasta, cakes, cereals, bread and even beer is easier than ever before, with most supermarkets now having dedicated floor space. Coeliac’s not only have physical symptoms from their condition, but they can also suffer from extreme tiredness, weight loss, skin conditions and fertility issues. By knowing and understanding how their diet can impact their health, they can make the right food choices and enjoy meals such as Gluten free instant noodles which are a perfect staple food to bring into meal planning and can be enjoyed by the whole family.