Knowing if you have a Gluten Allergy can be a difficult problem to diagnose, but there a few symptoms to look out for. If you have done your homework, you may already know that Celiac Disease and Gluten Intolerance are not the same dietary problem. They do share many similarities, [...]Read more ›
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If suddenly you find yourself suffering from a gluten allergy you are not alone. It’s important to learn to live with a gluten allergy and the best way to do that is to understand the allergy. With a gluten allergy your immune system will respond to the gluten which is [...]Read more ›
Gluten is a protein that is found in barley, rye, and wheat and is included in everyday foods such as cakes, breads, cereals, pastas and biscuits. Some condiments such as mustard, mayonnaise, malt vinegar, as well as alcoholic beverages such as beer and whiskey, also contain gluten. Gluten may also [...]Read more ›
It’s been known for many years that gluten allergy and ADHD may be a factor with symptoms in both children and adults. Allergies of all types are at epidemic proportions. Food allergies alone have increased by approximately 700 per cent in the last ten years, and fatal allergies are far [...]Read more ›
Previously researchers and doctors used to believe that celiac disease or gluten intolerance was extremely rare but the past estimates were not correct. We will discuss about the role played by gastrointestinal disorders like ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease and irritable bowel syndrome in masking gluten intolerance. However, researchers and doctors [...]Read more ›
As medical diagnostic techniques become more and more sophisticated, we are learning about a number of food allergies. Although shellfish allergies and lactose intolerance are two fairly well-known dietary issues, doctors are now able to recognize some people’s inability to safely consume the widespread food dye, red 40, as well [...]Read more ›
More and more you will notice gluten-free products on your grocer’s shelves, from wheat-free breads and pastas made with alternative grains such as oats, barley, rice and rye, to creative alternatives to your favorite traditionally wheat-based baked goods. The reason behind this trend is two-fold: scientists and doctors are beginning [...]Read more ›