- October 1st, 2013
Gluten is everywhere, but is it innocent or is it betraying your body? By now you probably already know that people on the gluten-free diet avoid wheat, barley, rye, and any oats not labeled gluten-free. And gluten can hide in the most unexpected foods like some brands of broth and corn tortillas.How the gluten-free diet can improve your healthBy Carla Spacher
- September 1st, 2013
Gluten intolerance is not “just another food intolerance.” In fact, it is one of the most common genetically predisposed chronic inflammatory diseases driven by food. It is also frequently complicated by various metabolic disturbances and autoimmune processes.A guide to testing, diagnosis, and treatmentsBy Alexander R. Shikhman, MD, PhD, FACR
- November 1st, 2012
Welcome to the holiday season.‘Tis the season for homemade cookies, breads, stuffings, and dozens of other recipes made from scratch that are filled with wheat, dairy, and gluten. These are mortal enemies to those with gluten sensitivities, celiac disease, or food allergies.Don’t let allergies or sensitivities destroy your holiday season!
- November 1st, 2010
Back in 1997 when next to nobody had heard of the term “gluten free,” I found myself sick—so sick that I couldn’t get out of bed. Sure, I’d experienced the telltale fatigue, migraines, and anemia for years, but with the additional onset of serious gastrointestinal symptoms, my situation had become unbearable.Expert help for how to make gluten-free, holiday treats taste good.By Elana Amsterdam
- 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