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Gluten Free Diet

Celiac disease is an allergy to dietary gluten. It affects individuals who are genetically predisposed to the allergy and differs from gluten sensitivity, as celiac disease elicits within the body a very defined response to gluten. [1] (more…)

Sensitivity to gluten is on the rise, as is the demand for gluten-free foods; especially grains. Although there are many new, processed foods that are being marketed as gluten-free, a considerable number of people are taking a step back and looking to foods that humans have been relying on for ages – enter millet. [1] This tiny, gluten-free grain has been a staple in Asia and India for nearly 10,000 years. It's available in a variety of sizes and colors (white, yellow, gray, red). It may be roasted, cooked like […]

Gluten intolerance occurs when the body, specifically the digestive tract, responds to the presence of gluten in food. The response can range from mild discomfort to serious medical complications. Awareness is continuing to rise regarding the concerns caused by gluten, even for people who do not suffer from a gluten allergy. (more…)

Quinoa is a crop that's primarily grown in Peru. It's often described as a grain although, technically, is not one and is actually more closely related to spinach and beets. It's grain comparisons, however, are the result of its edible seeds, which are milled and used in a fashion similar to flour. Quinoa has been a dietary staple in several South American countries for many years. Recently, it has become much more popular in the United States, Canada, and Asia because of its healthful properties, range of uses, and lack […]

Gluten is a plant protein found mostly in cereal grains such as wheat, rye, spelt, kamut, emmer, einkorn and triticale, and barley. Its chemical composition consists of two primary amino acids known as Gliadin and Glutenin. (more…)