Erewhon Rice Twice 10 oz. – Product Review

Delicate crisps and tender puffs of organic brown rice gives you two distinct textures in this exceptional cereal. Rice is glazed with a blend of honey and brown rice syrup that sparkles with sweetness. Besides having great taste, Rice Twice is a fat free, low sodium food you can eat out-of-hand…just bag it for snacks at school, work, or on ...

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Clif Organic Nectar Bar, Lemon, Vanilla & Cashew 1.6 oz. – Product Review

One of a family of snacks. 100% organic chewy fruit and nut natural energy bar with creamy lemon, crunchy cashews, and anti-oxident goji berries. Deliciously satisfying. No added sugar. Not genetically engineered. Allergy Alert: contains nuts. May contain trace amounts of dairy, peanuts, and soy. Ingredients: Organic dates, organic roasted cashews, organic goji berries, organic lemon juice concentrate, organic vanilla. ...

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Chebe Gluten-Free All-Purpose Mix 7.5 oz. – Product Review

The chewy texture and flavor of this product prove that wheat is not necessary to make good bread. Requires the addition of oil, eggs, and liquid (milk or milk substitute or water). Yeast free and made in a gluten free environment. Ingredients: Manoic (tapioca) flour, modified manoic starch (100% manoic), iodine-free salt, cream of tartar, sodium bicarbonate. Product does not ...

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Six Facts About Celiac Disease in the United States You Need to Know

by John Libonati Here are six important facts about celiac disease in the United States: 1. Doctors do not understand celiac disease. 97% of celiacs are not diagnosed. Diagnosis takes over 10 years on average and follow up treatment is poor. 2. Doctors do not understand nutrition. Medical schools do not teach it, so doctors generally do not look for ...

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Festive Gluten-Free Almond Fruitcake

Foolproof Christmas option for gluten-intolerant (+ recipe) Home » Lifestyle » Food & Wine Wed, 3 Dec 2008 Food & Wine A festive almond fruitcake with a difference. This festive almond fruitcake is a superb alternative for those who are wheat- or gluten-intolerant or who would simply like to try a different Christmas cake. The dried fruit and almonds, both ...

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Alba Therapeutics Announces Enrollment of Its First European Patient in Global Phase IIb Study

  PRESS RELEASE Milestone Marks the First Time a European Patient with Active Celiac Disease has Enrolled in a Clinical Trial for an Investigational Medication from Alba Therapeutics Last update: 8:22 p.m. EST Nov. 11, 2008 BALTIMORE, Nov 11, 2008 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Alba Therapeutics Corporation announced today that for the first time, a European patient with active celiac ...

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Experts Recommend Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Autism Diet

Reporting Amelia Santaniello MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) ― Like most young boys, Will Johnson is all about dinosaurs, not necessarily dairy. In fact, he’s allergic to milk and eats gluten- and dairy-free. But the lack of dairy in his diet might actually be helping him grow in new ways. He is on what has become known as the autism diet, which he ...

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Gluten Free Heinz Product List

This list of gluten-free products manufactured by Heinz just in from the Knoxville Celiac Listserve.To subscribe or unsubscribe via the World Wide Web, visit http://celi-act.com/mailman/listinfo/knoxceliacs_celi-act.com or, via email, send a message with subject or body ‘help’ to knoxceliacs-request@celi-act.comThank you for your interest in Heinz Products. We certainly understand how difficult it can be to find foods that meet the requirements ...

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Ultimate Guide to Gluten-Free Living – Free Giveaway Until July 30th

The Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University is sending a free copy of their newly revised Ultimate Guide to Gluten-Free Living to everyone on their contact list as of July 30, 2008.  To receive a copy, please email your complete contact information (name, address, phone, fax, email) to cb2280@columbia.edu.  The guide will be mailed after July 30, 2008. The Celiac ...

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