Johannes Vermeer's "The Milkmaid," but with a fraction of the calories.

Everyone loves a classic piece of art from time to time, but we rarely allow ourselves to indulge due their tendency to leave us feeling bloated and enervated. Wouldn't it be nice if there was some way that we could gorge ourselves on society's greatest artistic accomplishments and still walk away feeling light and bursting with energy? Now, thanks to the Gluten Free Museum, so can do just that!

Check out this selection of delectable paintings with zero harmful carbohydrates:

Vincent van Gogh's "Midday Rest (after Millet)" now staves off anemia.

A version of Jean-François Millet's "The Gleaners" that doesn't cause gastric inflammation.

This ancient piece by Egyptian painter Sennedjem finally promotes healthy digestion.

Anna Ancher's "Harvest Workers" can help you lose that unsightly winter weight.

Giacomo Ceruti's "Still Life" no longer causes heart disease and untimely death.


Lots more healthful art is available to be consumed over at at the Gluten Free Museum.

Sources: Gluten Free Museum