- May 1st, 2013
There are a great many reasons people choose to go gluten-free, and they are doing so in record numbers. If you’re at the point of deciding to cut gluten out—either on a trial basis or as a permanent life change—here are some things you’ll need to know.
Reasons to go gluten-freeHow to get started on a gluten-free dietBy Carla Spacher
- February 1st, 2013
Gluten has become a great concern for those with celiac disease. This autoimmune digestive disease interferes with an individual’s ability to digest food and absorb nutrients. Without a known cure, the only effective treatment is a gluten-free lifestyle.
- May 1st, 2012
More than ever, people in the United States stumble through aisles at the grocery store, lined with gluten-free products. From cake mixes to pasta sauces, gluten seems to be the new buzzword. According to the Nielsen Company, sales of gluten-free products have been rising steadily. Is it really just a fad or is there more to the hype than the media is letting on?The "fad" that isn't going away.By Amy Vergin
- March 1st, 2012
Stomach pains, digestive problems, and headaches are just a few symptoms of what most people would characterize as gluten intolerance. But, did you know that your skin, or even your hair, could be trying to tell you something about a possible food allergy, as well?You may be surprised that gluten can find its way into your body through your cosmetics.by Cara Lucas
- October 5th, 2011
Women who have undiagnosed Celiac disease or untreated gluten sensitivites are likely to experience menopause earlier than women who are not sensitive to gluten due to the lowered estrogen levels this condition creates.
- February 1st, 2008
Here’s a guide to foods with hidden sources of wheat from Shelley Case, RD, author of Gluten-Free Diet: A Comprehensive Resource Guide (Case Nutrition Consulting, 2006) and a leading expert in the field.
Food: Soy sauce
The culprit: Wheat or hydrolyzed wheat proteinIt takes more than banning bagels and beer to purge gluten from your diet.By Lisa Turner