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Patients with Celiac Disease Show Significant Brain Abnormality

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 09-18-2012   

injust10pages.com 9/18/2012 - We all know that much needs to be learned about Celiac disease and the affects gluten has on those who suffer from the disease. Many of the symptoms are easily noticeable and frequent while others seem to slip under the radar. However, advances in medicine are starting to reveal that the brain may be significantly affected when gluten is ingested by Celiac patients.

The word that is most striking is: "significantly".

A study released on August 20, 2012 by the Academic Unit of Radiology......continue reading

Is Spelt Gluten Free?

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 09-16-2012   

Is spelt gluten free? This is one of the most difficult questions to answer because spelt is not gluten free. There is more to the story. Spelt which is more popularly known as a ‘wheat alternative’ is known to be 'gut friendly' and can be easily digested as compared to wheat and its products. Until 2005, spelt and its products were labeled as “wheat-free”, but in 2006, the Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act (FALCA) passed a regulation to all food manufacturers to list the top 8 allergen foods in their labels. As a result of this, wheat was put in the labels of spelt products because, spelt is nothing but wheat. though....continue reading

Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 09-14-2012   

I just found a pretty interesting article titled Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity written by S. Z. Berg for the Huffington Post. S.Z. Berg is the co-author of the William Edwards book series for kids with celiac or food allergies. If you are interested in learning more please check out the book here: William Edwards and the Wizardly Glasses


This article is a series of questions and answers with Alessio Fasano, M.D., medical director of the University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research, and Daniel Leffler, M.D., director of clinical research, The Celiac Center at BIDMC. It is extremely helpful and worth a read and sheds some light on a few of the more challenging questions you may have.


For the entire article click here

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Best Gluten Free Recipes

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 09-12-2012   

There are several gluten free recipes specially designed made for gluten intolerance individuals. The recipes have been created keeping in mind the nutritive value of the product and the taste as well, and yes they are gluten free too!! Look below for a list of gluten free recipes. Let us start with desserts, the last dish in your meal. There are several gluten free muffins with chocolate chips, gluten free cup cakes with apple (you can even add the fruits of your choice to make your personal gluten free cup cake). Gluten free cakes made with banana or carrots certainly make up to a mouth watering dish....continue reading

How to Live Gluten Free

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 09-04-2012   

Living gluten free has become mandatory for individuals suffering from gluten intolerance. Living gluten free isn’t difficult and you need not get frustrated on this aspect. It is not difficult to live gluten free, we have to be careful and set up the kitchen accordingly. Once the kitchen is set up according to requirements it is pretty easy to cook gluten free diets....continue reading

Gluten Free Eating

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 08-27-2012   

Gluten free eating has now become a necessity as gluten intolerance is increasing with each passing year. More and more individuals are now adopting a gluten free lifestyle in order to bid adieu to the deadly symptoms that accompany gluten intolerance. Make a wise choice for gluten free foods, and live a happy gluten free life!!...continue reading

End of Summer Sale

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 08-21-2012   

I would like to invite you to view a special promotion we are running! It's the 'End of Summer Sale'. I don't do this all of the time but I feel that this is a great way to wrap up the summer.

For the next 48 hours you can get 180 of our famous, best-selling gluten-free recipes for just 5 cents each! This may be the best offer I've ever created!

Normally this deal is only available for first-time sign-ups. But...for the next 48 hours I've opened it up to all members. The regular package is usually 120 recipes but for this event I've bumped it up to 180 recipes!

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This offer ends in 48 hours so get 180 amazing, chef inspired recipes today!
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Is Peanut Butter Gluten Free

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 08-20-2012   

 

  Is peanut butter gluten free? I have read several articles that claim 'peanut butter is gluten free' but I always notice a flair up in symptoms when ever I use it. Please help!


So is peanut butter gluten free? YES, peanut butter itself is gluten free, but you need to remember the most common use for peanut butter; on a fresh slice of bread. This isn't an issue if you only have gluten free bread in your household, but if a family member or roommate uses regular, store bought bread and you use gluten free bread you are probably going to run into a problem.

Let's use some imagery... Your spouse makes a delicious peanut butter and jam sandwich for their lunch break at work and use a knife to evenly coat each slice of regular bread. They dip the knife into the jar, smear a liberal amount onto the bread, dip the knife back into the jar, and apply more to the next slice and repeat this process until peanut butter is oozing from every edge of the sandwich. They, wash the knife and place it back in the drawer.

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Is Ice Cream Gluten Free

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 08-09-2012   

Is ice cream gluten free? The answer to this is straight and simple. Ice cream is made from milk, cream, sugar and flavors such as pure chocolate, strawberry, etc. is absolutely gluten free, no doubt about it. But when variations of ice creams are made to give them a whole new look, flavour and texture by adding baked goods or cookies, then that ice cream will likely contain gluten....continue reading

Is Oatmeal Gluten Free

Posted by - In Just 10 Pages in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 07-31-2012   

Is oatmeal gluten free or should I eliminate it from my diet? Some people say oats aren't safe to eat. Is this true? Unfortunately oats are sometimes listed as a gluten containing grain but pure oats are, in fact, gluten free. But there is a problem them.

Some researchers have documented that even oats may contain gluten even though they naturally do not contain this protein composite. This sounds a bit weird, doesn’t it? The reason though is pretty simple. The oats or oatmeal and their products can contain gluten because of cross contamination. This occurs during harvesting or during processing. Let us examine this in detail.
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Living Gluten Free

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 07-24-2012   

Living gluten free is a challenging task as you need to be very careful with gluten and its many sources. Just follow these simple tips to live a healthy and happy gluten free life. The basic idea behind living gluten free is to eliminate all possible sources of gluten from your diet. However, simply eliminating dietary sources may not always give you relief from the symptoms. Has this happened to you? There are hidden sources of gluten in every day products such as lipstick or other cosmetics, soaps, and processed foods....continue reading

Is Whey Gluten Free?

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 07-12-2012   

Is whey gluten free? 100% pure whey is gluten free but there are several ways in which it can become contaminated with gluten. Whey is a protein that is found in milk and milk products. It is a byproduct that remains when the milk has been curdled for the purpose of making cheese. It is a high quality protein and is widely available in powder form. Naturally whey is absolutely free from gluten and can be easily consumed by gluten intolerant individuals. Whey is also rich in amino acids and can be easily digested and absorbed and therefore is best suited for celiac patients.Whey is a protein that is found in milk and milk products. It is a byproduct that remains when the milk has been curdled for the purpose of making cheese. It is a high quality protein and is widely available in powder form. Naturally whey is absolutely free from gluten and can be easily consumed by gluten intolerant individuals. Whey is also rich in amino acids and can be easily digested and absorbed and therefore is best suited for celiac patients....continue reading

Benefit of a Gluten Free Diet

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 07-09-2012   

Gluten free diet has several benefits to its credit. A gluten free diet is beneficial to all those individuals who are suffering from other autoimmune disorders as well; gluten intolerance is just one of them. People who suffer from dermatitis Herpetiformis also show signs of improvement when they are put on gluten free diet. Individuals prone to seasonal allergies are also put on a gluten free diet and research has proved that such individuals have benefitted from this diet. This is not the end of the list for gluten free diet benefits; there are many more advantages to it. ...continue reading

How to eat Gluten Free

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 07-01-2012   

When you are about to begin gluten free diet you need to educate yourself properly about the foods allowed and the ones restricted. Let us understand what foods need to be included and excluded in gluten free diet. A gluten free diet is devoid of wheat, rye, barley and their products. Eating gluten free products has now become easy because a large variety of gluten free options are available. Gluten free breads, pastas and noodles are available at all food stores. Gluten free flour mixes are also readily available for you to bake your own favorites...continue reading

Are Corn Tortillas Gluten Free

Posted by - In Just 10 Pages in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 06-26-2012   

Are Corn Tortillas Gluten Free? Corn tortillas are made from corn and should be gluten free because corn does not contain gluten. So logic says that corn tortillas are gluten free. However, there is more to the story... There is also a recipe for homemade gluten free corn tortillas in this article!
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First Day of Summer 3 Day Sale

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 06-20-2012   

I'm thrilled to announce that In Just 10 Pages is going to have a three day sale to kick off summer! This is your chance to get 200 recipes, three new Microbooks and a 45 minute audio interview for just $9.95. The total value of this entire set is regularly $59.75 but you take advantage of this summer sale you can get everything for only $9.95! That's over 80% off! This sale ends on Saturday, June 23rd at 11:00 AM EST. Click here to read more about what you get!...continue reading

Gluten Free Facebook by In Just 10 Pages

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 06-18-2012   

In Just 10 Pages in very proud to announce our 13,000th gluten free like on Facebook! We created Gluten Free By In Just 10 Pages on Facebook in March of 2012 and have had an enormous response! We thank everyone for your continued support and will continue to provide amazing gluten free recipes on Facebook and on our gluten intolerance blog as well. It is amazing to see a community of people grow so quickly and we are truly grateful for that!...continue reading

1st Annual Gluten Free BBQ

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 06-17-2012   

​Starting something new is always fun! Creating a yearly tradition is even better! Today is the 1st Annual Gluten Free BBQ for the In Just 10 Pages team. Each member of In Just 10 Pages is bringing their favourite gluten free preparations and sharing them with friends and family....continue reading

Is Brown Rice Gluten Free?

Posted by - In Just 10 Pages in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 06-12-2012   

Rice itself is absolutely free from gluten, be it brown rice or the white variety, both are gluten free. The introduction of gluten into brown rice can only be possible during the preparation stage. However, plain brown rice cooked in water is absolutely gluten free and can be safely consumed by individuals showing signs of intolerance to gluten....continue reading

Is Chocolate Gluten Free?

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 06-08-2012   

So, is chocolate gluten free?? The answer to this is short and simple. Yes, chocolate in its natural form is gluten free. But the irony is that we seldom get to eat those chocolates that are actually free from gluten. Chocolates that are commercially available contain several stabilizing agents that may contain gluten. Chocolate consists of primarily cocoa butter, milk solids and sugar. These ingredients are free from gluten and hence chocolates made from these are free from gluten. The problem arises when chocolate is mixed with ingredients that contain gluten....continue reading

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