You have heard the criticism: gluten free is a fad. While it is true that some people choosing to eat gluten free are doing so for reasons other than real medical problems, that shouldn’t...Read More →
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Do you know what gluten sensitivity is? Do you know how it differs from Celiac Disease? Maybe you don’t even know what gluten is. Here is a gluten definition refresher: Gluten is a protein...Read More →
For a much more detailed examination of celiac disease, wheat allergies, and non-celiac gluten intolerance, please take a look at Dr.Wangen’s latest book, “Healthier Without Wheat.” This article reviews the relationship between celiac disease...Read More →
In this week’s Digestive Health Smartbrief, self proclaimed experts on gluten sensitivity are acknowledging that there is a lot more gluten sensitivity than there is celiac disease. That is good news. But…they are still...Read More →
Like many people who have been diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), you may have discovered that you are gluten intolerant. Or maybe you have IBS symptoms and are wondering if you are gluten...Read More →
Your health is still about what you do eat, even if you don’t eat gluten. A recent article titled “Gluten-free is not a worry-free diet” states that “overeating, and loss of vital nutrients are...Read More →
Our position is that going gluten free can help a significant portion of the population. However, simply substituting gluten free versions of foods that are common in the Western diet may not be very...Read More →
This article from the New York Times brings out some good points, but unfortunately starts out with the draconian nature of avoiding gluten. This might be good marketing for the writer, but it’s the...Read More →
What do we mean by non-celiac forms of gluten intolerance? As a reminder, gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye, spelt, kamut, barley and other grains. Many people find that they cannot...Read More →
Scientists at WSU are trying to find wheat plants that lack gluten or that can be genetically engineered to lack gluten. Wheat is not meant to be the dietary staple that we’ve turned it...Read More →
(image thanks kalishresearch.com) Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye, and is responsible for the springiness and stretchiness of bread. Allergies and intolerances to gluten have been the subject of intensive...Read More →
What is celiac disease? You may have never heard of celiac disease, but it is actually a fairly common problem. In fact, 1 out of every 133 people has it. That is over...Read More →
This article describes the FDA’s proposal for regulation of the gluten free label, among other things. The comment period has been closed for a long time. The FDA proposed regulation of the label “gluten...Read More →
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