21 Jun 2016
what does it feel like to get glutened

If you’re living gluten free, you likely know all too well what it feels like when gluten makes it’s way into your diet. In the celiac world, this is called “getting glutened” – it’s also known as gluten poisoning. Doesn’t sound too pleasant, does it? Well, it is not. Those who have recently been diagnosed […]

20 May 2016
glutened

This article originally appeared on the website of Tara Skye Goldin, ND (April 2016) and has been reposted with permission.   You feel it right when it starts. You think “Oh no! Not again! I was so careful! !” But perhaps there was cross contamination at that restaurant and that entrée wasn’t really gluten free. Perhaps […]

19 May 2016
can you trust gluten sensors

For those of us suffering from celiac disease, dining out can often be a scary proposition. Not only is there concern about healthy, gluten-free options, there is the added threat of cross contamination. That’s why when there was news recently of a gluten sensor on the market, our ears perked up. Testing food before consumption […]

07 Apr 2016

If you have celiac disease or are gluten sensitive, even trace amounts of gluten in your food can be a serious concern. Gluten cross contamination happens when regularly gluten-free foods come in contact with, and are contaminated by gluten containing foods. Cross contamination may occur during storage, preparation, cooking and consumption. It is always a good […]

10 Feb 2016

The public is starting to learn about gluten’s negative effect on the human body and how it is not limited to those celiac disease. What doctors and nutritionists are discovering is that gluten is very abundant in the typical American diet: it is formed when wheat flour and water mix, a critical step in the […]

05 May 2014

The first time you go shopping after starting a strict gluten-free diet can be a little terrifying. Turning over your favorite packaged foods becomes an exercise in confusion and  disappointment. ‘Not made with gluten ingredients’? ‘Made in a facility that also processes wheat’? What does it all mean? Reading food labels is an important part […]

11 Dec 2013

You’re gluten-free, not a shut in. Your dietary preferences should not keep you from going out and enjoying a meal in a restaurant with your family or friends. Unfortunately, there can be a lot of stress around gluten free dining, especially in the beginning. Staying healthy and avoiding being glutened means making demands of the […]