Benedictine nuns discover way to produce low-gluten Communion hosts

By John Libonati The article below describes low-gluten communion wafers for Roman Catholics. The wafers were tested by Dr. Allessio Fasano at the University of Maryland Celiac Disease Center to contain .01% gluten. He did mention that the machine performing the test could only test to .01% and the wafers may, in fact, contain less. Note: The contact information for ...

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Everyone on a Gluten Free Diet?

I have thought for a long time about this very question.  Who would suggest such a thing? I would. The main reason I would dare to make such a statement is because we have been so negligent in recognizing and treating people with celiac disease.  Not a day goes by that I don’t hear about or speak to someone directly ...

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Finding Gluten Free Medications with Pillbox

Choosing gluten-free medications can seem like walking through a minefield. Dozens of manufacturers and arcane lists of unpronounceable ingredients can be overwhelming. Now there is a website that will help you pick the medications based on their ingredients. The Pillbox website was developed by the United States government to aid in the identification of unknown pills (oral solid dosage form ...

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Gluten Free Banana Drunk Macaroons

I hadn’t realized it while planning this weeks’ posts, but there is an ongoing theme for many of the recipes this week. fiber + healthy and happy digestion I just love fiber, don’t you? Abusing my body throughout my teenage and early adult years left me with a very broken digestive system. After going through countless tests, x-rays, medications, hospital visits, acupuncture, ...

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Gluten Free Diets May Reduce Autistic Behavior

                                                   The CDC’s Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring (ADDM) Network released data in 2007 that found about 1 in 150 (8-year-old) children in multiple areas of the United States had an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The number of diagnosed cases of autism is on the rise; the reason(s) for this is unclear.   Autism knows no racial, ethnic or social boundaries.  ...

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Gluten Free Is NOT a Fad

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Pass it on!!! ————————– Author Information: John Libonati, Florida Publisher, Glutenfreeworks.com. Editor & Publisher, Recognizing Celiac Disease. John can be reached by e-mail here

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Gluten Free New Year’s Resolution 2013

Being gluten free means adapting a whole new relationship to food, something that shapes our every day lives, holidays and traditions. Considering how complicated and challenging being gluten free can be, it seems appropriate to make our New Year’s Resolutions at least related to improving our health and gluten free lifestyle. Last year I had a slue of NYRs all ...

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