Gluten Free & Food Allergies

Gluten Free & Food Allergies

Gluten and Your Gut

In recent years, the number of “gluten-free” food products has grown substantially. That’s because gluten—a type of protein found in wheat, barley, triticale, and rye—can trigger a host of unpleasant symptoms, including diarrhea and abdominal pain, in people who have celiac disease or gluten sensitivity.

However, skipping gluten isn’t necessarily a  … Read More

Deciphering Food Sensitivities

· · Gluten Free & Food Allergies

Food intolerances are on the rise. Today more than nine million adults suffer from food allergies. The Internet is rife with ads for “food sensitivity” testing kits, and some health care providers offer quick testing to find the foods that ail you. However, many tests can give false results, which  … Read More

New Insights: Glycemic Index

· · Gluten Free & Food Allergies

Guessing the effects of a meal on your blood sugar isn’t easy, even if you use the glycemic index. That’s a ranking of how much standardized (50-gram available carbohydrate) portions of individual foods increase blood sugar. But, people typically eat a mix of different foods at any one time, which  … Read More



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