gluten sensitivity

  • Myths and Little-Known Facts About Gluten

    Whether you are pro-gluten-free or you think the diet is totally bogus, you have probably heard arguments for both sides. Some people say gluten is bad for you, others say it does no harm; some call the diet a fad, others reason it’s a lifestyle choice. You aren’t sure how to separate fact from fiction—all you know is that you want to be healthy.

    Scientific advances debunk many commonly held beliefs about the effects of gluten.
    By Vikki Petersen, DC, CCN
  • Setting the Bar

    If you or someone you know is gluten-sensitive or has celiac disease, the FDA setting a standard on what qualifies as gluten-free is reason for rejoicing. The ability to purchase food that can be counted on to be gluten-free is of the utmost importance for people with celiac disease, and the new standard is a big step toward providing them that assurance.

    The FDA’s gluten-free standards and what they mean for you
    By Adam Swenson
  • The Gluten-Free Diet for Kids

    The gluten-free diet and its products are everywhere. Is the diet fashionable, all hype, or a healthy choice? Perhaps you have considered the diet for yourself, but what about your kids?

    There are a number of reasons your children may benefit from the gluten-free diet. In this article I’ll show you these reasons and give you tips to make the diet easier on you and your child.

    How, why, and when to take your kids gluten-free
    By Carla Spacher
  • Quick Nutrition: Gluten-Mania

    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