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3 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media
Considering the rise in health conditions among Americans today, such as 29.1 million living with diabetes and as many as 13 million children suffering from obesity, there is a growing need for healthier, sugar-free chocolate alternatives with which to craft our favorite summertime recipes such as s'mores.
7 hrs ago | Examiner.com
A growing global population and rising health consciousness have us searching for the "next quinoa."
11 hrs ago | WFMZ-TV Allentown
Paul Daniel suffers from food allergies and decided to go gluten-free, and it has been key to improving his health.
15 hrs ago | New York Daily News
The term "gluten-free" may lead some consumers to think they are getting an overall healthier option, according to new research conducted by nutrition experts at the University of Florida.
19 hrs ago | Bakery & Snacks
FIC gluten-free labeling: Logos remain outside the remit of FIC, the European Commission ruled [Pictured: Coeliac UK's crossed grain symbol] Rules on gluten-free labeling have been published under the EU Food Information to Consumers regulation, and there are some important changes for the future, says the Association of European Coeliac Societies ... (more)
23 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye and barley and derivatives of them. It's gluten that makes dough stretch and rise.
Rules on gluten-free labeling will be written into law this week under the EU Food Information to Consumers regulation, with alternative on-pack statements 'suitable for celiacs' and 'specifically formulated for celiacs' allowed.
The swelling ranks of Americans adopting gluten-free diets have given rise to another hot trend: People calling the whole thing a bunch of baloney.
The idea of owner Kim Bishop, the cafe and store located in Elizabeth Street, Launceston, had its first day of trade yesterday.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. - While necessary for some, many people eat gluten-free diets because they believe they'll gain certain health benefits, but these beliefs are not all supported by research, a University of Florida nutrition expert says.
She says, "What I try to focus on is gluten free recipes that are accessible to people that can be bought frugally."
Celiac disease is an immune disorder triggered by gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye and barley.
S FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION ESTIMATES THAT 3 MILLION PEOPLE IN THIS COUNTRY HAVE CELIAC DISEASE.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 10:48 pm
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