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3 hrs ago | Pizza Marketplace
GREAT Kitchens, an educational training initiative developed by the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness, is curious to know if those meals were served properly.
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8 hrs ago | Serious Eats
From cut-out cookies to the ubiquitous cheese and cracker tray, the holiday season often feels like it's knit together with strands of stringy gluten.
12 hrs ago | MLive.com
Long before gluten-free became a buzzword, Mary Waldner was making wholesome, addictive crackers that fit her celiac disease lifestyle.
14 hrs ago | WTEN-TV Albany
A procedure used to treat bleeding stomach ulcers could stand as a potential weapon in the battle of the bulge, a small preliminary study suggests.
As Colorado's dedicated Gluten-Free Bakery, Canyon Bakehouse has been receiving raving reviews from a wide customer base and is the #2 selling gluten free bread on the national market, in case you might be interested in including those details as well.
The reason for the inception of gluten free products is the fact that gluten rich food is known to cause a disease known as celiac disease.
Food is the centerpiece of every holiday gathering, but if you have food allergies or dietary restrictions or you're watching your weight, eating healthy can be a challenge.
Snacky Matz vending machines offer something different -- all-natural, organic snacks and beverages suitable for people with food allergies or dietary restrictions.
Old World Gluten-Free owner Alicia Bemiss creates traditional but gluten-free pierogi, and distribute to stores and restaurants, while still selling to the public out of the St. Clair Shores kitchen location on Harper Avenue.
Lately the hottest thing since sliced bread seems to be, well, pretty much the opposite of that.
Owner Marjorie Olivera's mission is much more than pampering, rejuvenating and relaxing guests.
About 1 percent of the population suffers from celiac disease and about 10 percent have a less specific sensitivity to gluten, according to the Mayo Clinic.
Dec. 12, 2013 -- It's not unusual for people to say they feel much better after dropping gluten from their diets, even though they don't have celiac disease, digestive experts report.
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