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gluten-free

Containing little or no barley, oat, rye, or wheat proteins. The phrase is used to certify that particular foods or nutritional products are safe to eat for people with celiac disease.
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When David began the gluten-free diet, I explained to him, "We are going to try lots of new foods and recipes.
When a gluten-free diet is strictly followed, long-standing health problems clear up.
In this report, the North American gluten-free food market has been broadly discussed on the basis of its types.
All gluten-free food segments increased in the past year, though the snacks segment increased the most.
We hear all the time from our gluten-free consumers that they wish there were an easier way to substitute gluten-free flours in their favorite non-gluten-free recipes," says Bob Moore, founder, president and CEO of the Milwaukie, Ore.
A gluten-free 400g white loaf bread costs PS3, compared with 80p for a normal loaf, while four gluten-free bottled lagers double in price to PS7.
The FDA recognizes that many foods currently labeled as gluten-free may be able to meet the new federal definition already.
Find Me Gluten Free is a free website and iPhone/Android app for those who follow a gluten-free lifestyle due to celiac disease, gluten intolerance or for a number of other dietary reasons.
Wold Top Brewery produces a gluten-free beer called Against the Grain for the Fine Ale Club (www.
People with coeliac disease are the core consumers of gluten-free products, eating a gluten-free diet out of necessity, not choice.
It supplies celiac sufferers with physician referrals and publishes lists on where to get gluten-free products.
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