About 4% of the Irish population are coeliacs, which is a relatively high rate by European standards. People with coeliac disease are unable to digest gluten, a type of protein found in certain grains. As well as being unable to digest gluten, they may often suffer from a range of [...]Read more ›
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Celiac disease is a condition in the small intestine, which affects genetically predisposed people. The condition occurs when gluten, a protein found in wheat products, reacts with enzymes. This may cause inflammation in the small-bowel tissues, affecting the body’s nutrient absorption. People who have celiac disease may experience diarrhea, loose [...]Read more ›
What is a pie crust? A pie is a pastry dough that is baked either in the oven or a baking pit. It may contain various fillings of either sweets, veggies and meat. Pies are differentiated by the kind of crust that they have. A bottom crust, or filled crust [...]Read more ›
It is with this reason that experts in the medical and food technology field are looking for appropriate food, have come up with gluten free food out the general whole foods that range the market today along with the new chemically preserved products. Gluten free beer has also made a [...]Read more ›
If you’re allergic to gluten and travel often, this can pose a problem when it comes to eating meals while traveling abroad. Gluten, a protein found in rye, wheat, and barley, can cause either mild stomach discomfort for some (such as gas, abdominal pain, and diarrhea) or a serious condition [...]Read more ›