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Gluten Allergy

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

A gluten allergy or more commonly referred to as a wheat allergy, although rare, can be troubling for patients trying to manage the symptoms effectively. One of the major challenges faced during the diagnosis is that gluten allergy can often be mistaken for common indigestion problems. This is because the symptoms of gluten allergy often mimic the symptoms of gastric trouble or indigestion. Due to this it becomes difficult to decide whether the individuals are suffering from common indigestion problems or a gluten allergy....continue reading

10 Step Gluten Free Menu Plan

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 04-06-2012   

It is sometimes difficult to follow a gluten free menu and plan a diet accordingly. Below is a list of 10 steps you can follow. There are several ways to start your gluten free diet and keep at it. Individuals suffering from gluten intolerance should be careful enough when they pick the dish of their choice. This warning is very essential because many dishes may have hidden gluten in them; for example use of wheat flour as thickening agent in many culinary preparations labeled as gluten free....continue reading

Gluten Allergy Foods to Avoid

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 04-02-2012   

Gluten allergy foods to avoid include anything that contains gluten. Although we don't often use the term gluten allergy, it is worth discussing. Gluten intolerance and gluten allergy sufferers should make a habit of carefully reading the labels of packed foods before purchasing them. If we are careful, it would help us avoid gluten containing foods as many a times packed foods may have hidden gluten in them which can be harmful for the individuals....continue reading

Are Oats Gluten Free

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 03-30-2012   

Are oats gluten free? Some experts feel they may not be safe for people with gluten intolerance. How can you be sure? To answer the question 'are oats gluten free?' we need to look into what recent studies have shown. Historically, it has been suggested that oats can safely be included in the diet of people intolerant to gluten. Inclusion of oats in the diet adds variety to the foods available for gluten intolerance or celiac patients. However, recent research suggests that oats are not always gluten free or completely safe for consumption even though they are naturally free from gluten....continue reading

Gluten Free Blog

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 03-28-2012   

This gluten free blog will teach you about gluten intolerance, celiac disease, show you the difference between a wheat allergy and gluten sensitivity and much more! ...continue reading

Sujoya Sukul

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in About Our Experts on 03-28-2012   

Sujoya Sukul is a member of the Nutrition Society of India is a PhD in Foods and Nutrition with specialization on food safety. She was awarded a University Scholarship on Foods and Nutrition and graduated with a Masters Degree. She achieved the highest rank in her graduation for which she was awarded the Gold Medal. She also has hands on experience as a dietitian in one of the leading hospitals in India. She has taken guest lectures at her University for subjects related to her dissertation....continue reading

Wheat Allergy Symptoms

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 03-27-2012   

Wheat allergy symptoms are a histamine based allergic reaction that occur when wheat or its products is ingested. Wheat allergy as the term suggests is basically an allergic reaction to wheat and wheat products and not necessarily gluten. It is more of a food allergy, but can also occur due to occupational exposure....continue reading

The Link Between Lactose Intolerance and Gluten Intolerance

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 03-13-2012   

If you suffer from lactose intolerance: ask your doctor to examine you gluten intolerance as well because gluten intolerance and lactose intolerance have a direct link....continue reading

Is There Gluten in Rice? Is Rice Gluten Free?

Posted by - In Just 10 Pages in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 03-06-2012   

Is rice gluten free? Is there gluten in rice? It's a big concern for people who are sensitive to gluten. One kind of rice isn't gluten free? In fact, one type of rice in particular may contain gluten and this article will explain what you need to avoid if you are intolerant to gluten.


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Gluten Allergy Test and Treatment

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 02-28-2012   

There are several tests used to determine if you have a gluten allergy. Here is what you need to tell your doctor....continue reading

Is Yeast Gluten Free?

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 02-23-2012   

Is yeast gluten free? Regular yeast is gluten free so Celiac and gluten intolerance patients can use it. There's a type you must avoid. What yeast is it? The one exception is Brewer's yeast (or spent yeast) and it is NOT normally considered to be gluten free. It is a byproduct of beer making that is used too add flavour and is usually contaminated with barley. Otherwise, regular yeast is gluten free so Celiac and gluten intolerance patients can safely use it for baking.

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48 Hour Sale! Get 120 Gluten Free Recipes Now

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 02-21-2012   

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We're calling it the "Winter Blues" sale. Simple enough. This is a good one. You can get our Easy Gluten Free Recipe series for over 66% off!


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The Best Detox Diet Foods

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Detox Diets on 02-13-2012   

A detox diet is meant for detoxifying the body, thereby making it free from toxins and its byproducts. Make a wise choice of detox diet foods from the list provided and have a happy detoxification week!...continue reading

The Detox Diet Cleanse Explained

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Detox Diets on 02-10-2012   

A detox diet also known as the cleansing diet is meant for removal of toxins and its products from the body. A detox diet cleanse gives your organs namely kidney, liver and colon a total cleanse out and thereby helps them to function optimally. Modern day individuals are more focused on their busy schedule and unfortunately they neglect their body due to poor eating habits....continue reading

The Lemon Detox Diet Explained

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Detox Diets on 02-06-2012   

Lemon detox diets also known as ‘Master Cleanse Detox Diet’ are the most popular diets that help in the process of detoxification; thereby helping the body to naturally cleanse itself by removing toxins. The lemon detox diet is basically a liquid diet that is made up of maple syrup, lemon juice and cayenne pepper....continue reading

Best Detox Diets

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Detox Diets on 02-03-2012   

The best detox diets are in real sense your best buddies that help you drive away the enemies from your body – ‘toxins’. In other words, detox diets help you cleanse your body and free it from all the toxins that get accumulated over a period of time....continue reading

Detox Diet Plans Explained

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Detox Diets on 01-30-2012   

A detox diet is a modified diet to help remove of toxins from the body. The right detox diet plan is very crucial in order to obtain maximum benefit from your dietary regime....continue reading

Women with Gluten Intolerance More Likely to Suffer from Depression

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 01-24-2012   

Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder affecting millions across the globe. In order to understand this disease in more depth, continuous extensive research is being carried out world wide. Results from one such research has documented that women suffering from gluten intolerance or celiac disease are more likely to experience depression and also eating disorders....continue reading

Study: Some “Gluten – Free” Beers Aren’t

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 01-18-2012   

Beers have a high content of gluten - a protein found in wheat, rye and barley. Gluten can be a cause of worry for many individuals who are intolerant towards it. Such individuals who exhibit intolerance towards gluten suffer from celiac disease or gluten intolerance. Celiac disease or gluten intolerance patients, generally pick gluten-free beers thinking that they are safe for consumption. This may not be the case.
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Gluten Intolerance Quarterly Newsletter - Winter 2012

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Schmid, Brandon in Newsletter Archive on 01-17-2012   

Gluten Intolerance Quarterly Newsletter - Winter 2012Open up the post and click the image to download:  continue reading

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