A Gluten Friendly Guide to Mustard
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by Peter Osborne
1w ago
Is Mustard Gluten Free? Condiments are among the most commonly questioned items for those on a gluten free diet. They are often full of less familiar ingredients, and they can easily hide gluten. So it is important to read labels carefully and understand where gluten might be sneaking in. If you aren’t sure about what gluten is, check out our ultimate guide. So what about one of the most common condiments? Is mustard gluten free? There are many different kinds of mustard with a number of ingredients to consider. So let’s take a look. What is Mustard Made Of? Mustard generally has a basic mixtu ..read more
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Are Beans Gluten Free?
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by Peter Osborne
1w ago
Are beans gluten free? Beans are a starchy legume that are high in protein and fiber. As a generally healthy and easy option to prepare, many people adopting a gluten free diet wonder, are beans gluten free?  This article will explore this question. While there are nuances in eating beans on a gluten free diet, here’s the bottom line: Beans are naturally gluten free, but there are things to look out for when shopping for beans or eating prepared beans. Beans are high in fiber, but their lectins or “antinutrients” can also cause issues for certain people.  So how can you ensure your ..read more
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Is Sriracha Gluten Free?
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by Peter Osborne
1w ago
Is Sriracha Gluten Free? Condiments are among the most commonly questioned items for those on a gluten free diet. They are often full of less familiar ingredients, and they can easily hide gluten. So it is important to read labels carefully and understand where gluten might be sneaking in. Condiments include everything from dips and dressings to sauces, like barbecue and hot sauce. One type of hot sauce in particular is especially trendy, and it makes for a flavorful addition to all sorts of cuisine – sriracha. So is sriracha gluten free? Let’s take a look. What is Sriracha? The original srira ..read more
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How To Go Gluten Free
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by Alan Albarran
2w ago
People are removing gluten from their diet left and right— often to find that they’ve never felt better. But how do you know if a gluten-free diet is right for you? Not to mention, if you do decide to kiss gluten goodbye, what’s the best way to go about food? Parting ways with gluten can be a challenging change for most people, but when it comes to achieving wellness and taking care of our health, one pesky ingredient shouldn’t get in the way. Whether you’ve noticed a gluten intolerance or other symptoms of celiac disease, you’re in the right place. Here’s our ultimate guide on how to go glute ..read more
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Corporate Corruption of Nutrition Experts – The Danger for Celiacs
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by Gluten Free Society
3w ago
When Nutritional Leaders are on the Take, Who Can We Trust? Many with celiac and gluten sensitivity seek out nutritional experts for guidance on their health journey.  Recent research brings to light the conflict of interests that many of these experts have.  If you looking for nutritional advice, beware. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) is the largest organization of food and nutrition professionals in the United States with approximately 112,000 members.  It is responsible for setting standards for nutrition education, research, and practice, and for promoting the ..read more
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A Guide To Supplements For Celiac and Gluten Intolerance
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by Peter Osborne
1M ago
Supplement guide Nutrition plays a major role in a person’s development, the processing of information in the body, and the progression towards disease. Being properly nourished is crucial to overall quality of life and longevity.  Therefore, improper or insufficient nutrition, or a nutrient deficiency, can disrupt the body’s ability to heal and repair itself but also can cause disease. For example, a vitamin B1 deficiency can cause Beriberi, a vitamin B3 deficiency can cause Pellagra, and a vitamin C deficiency can cause scurvy.  Unfortunately, those with celiac disease or gluten se ..read more
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Gluten Free Alcohol Guide
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by Peter Osborne
1M ago
Alcohol On a Gluten Free Diet When adopting a gluten free lifestyle, many people often start to research what foods are safe to eat and what foods are not safe to eat. Of course this information is critical to maintaining a gluten free diet and ultimately healing your gut and managing any associated conditions.  But it isn’t just food that matters. The drinks you consume may also include gluten. And some of the most common drinks that people consume include those with alcohol! So what alcohol is gluten free? And should those with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity even consume alcohol ..read more
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Could Celine Dion Be Reacting to Gluten?
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by Peter Osborne
1M ago
“Celine Dion Concert – Singing ‘Taking Chances’” by Anirudh Koul is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0 . Could Celine Dion Be Reacting to Gluten? It’s always unfortunate when a celebrity speaks out about a medical condition, but the silver lining is that it draws attention to a condition that may go unnoticed for many of us.  Such is the case with the recent announcement by Celine Dion that she is canceling her tour due to a new diagnosis of Stiff Person Syndrome. What is Stiff Person Syndrome? Stiff Person Syndrome is a rare neurological autoimmune disease that is characterized by progressive m ..read more
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Peanut Butter and Gluten
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by Peter Osborne
1M ago
Is Peanut Butter Gluten Free? It can be tough to sort through what is and is not gluten free. In most cases, the answer is not so simple. That is the case with peanut butter. Is peanut butter gluten free? Is it safe for those with celiac disease or non celiac gluten sensitivity?  In its simplest, natural, unadulterated form, peanut butter and peanuts do not include any gluten containing ingredients. However, this doesn’t mean all peanut butter is safe for your gluten free diet. In the following sections we will discuss what to watch out for when choosing peanut butter on a gluten free die ..read more
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Is Caramel Gluten Free?
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by Bobby Chandler
2M ago
Caramels: Are They Gluten-Free? When adopting a gluten free diet, it can feel overwhelming to understand what is safe to eat. One indulgence that many people inquire about is caramel. It is a common question, is caramel gluten free? What is gluten? Before we get into the discussion on gluten in chocolate, here is a refresher on gluten and celiac disease to provide some context to our conversation. Celiac disease is an autoimmune condition in which your immune system perceives gluten as an invader. This causes your body to launch an immune response that causes inflammation and damage to the int ..read more
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