Gluten Free Products List (Continued)

(Continued from Page 1) Items are continuously added to this gluten free products list. Bookmark it to check back or use as a reference. While not all products are 100% gluten free, the ones listed below are known to be under 20 ppm (parts per million) gluten. The products listed below were considered gluten free …

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Cheating on a Gluten Free Diet

Q. I find myself cheating on the gluten free diet. I have celiac disease and I’ve been on the diet for years. Do you have any advice on how to keep strong? A. We all experience the pressures to eat gluten in our society, shortness of time, and desire for convenience. Here’s my advice: Willpower: …

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Autism and the GFCF Diet (Gluten-free Casein-free Diet)

April is autism awareness month!  According to The Autism Institute, dietary change is the pivotal action in defeating autism. There are a few autism diets.  It is suggested that someone diagnosed with autism may improve when on a gluten-free and casein-free diet (GFCF), or even on the Feingold Diet, also known as the ADHD Diet. …

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Is Liquid Smoke Gluten-free?

I get asked the question, ” Is Liquid Smoke Gluten Free?” quite often. You may have read in my post, “Celiac: Foods to Avoid” (a list of foods that are unsafe on a gluten-free diet) that some food items containing smoked flavoring may contain barley, as barley malt is sometimes used to captured smoke from the wood. …

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“Celiac Disease: Safe Unsafe Food List” Gluten-free Book Review

The second edition of “Celiac: Safe / Unsafe Food List and Essential Information” by Jaqui Karr, C.S.N., is a wonderful international gluten-free guide for celiacs.  Unlike other guides, it does not list particular brands, as ingredients often change.  In addition, when you come across a new product, other guides may not have it listed.  This …

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