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Become a Chef with Gluten-Free Meal Delivery Services

Become a Chef with Gluten-Free Meal Delivery Services

 If there is one thing that people with celiac and gluten intolerance spend time on, it's food. Reading about it, shopping for it, cooking it, label reading, recipe testing, product comparing, you name it, we do it. After all of this time consuming effort that goes into our food - who has tie to actually cook? This is precisely what makes gluten-free meal delivery services so appealing to us. 

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New Technique Diagnoses Celiac Within Minutes

New Technique Diagnoses Celiac Within Minutes
Could diagnosing celiac now be as simple as a finger prick?
Researchers at the University of Grenada in Spain have developed a minimally invasive blood test for celiac disease. The test, a finger prick that works in conjunction with a testing strip, is similar in principle to the finger prick/test strip method used by diabetics to monitor glucose levels. 

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5 Tricks to Up Your Fiber Intake on a Gluten-Free Diet

5 Tricks to Up Your Fiber Intake on a Gluten-Free Diet

Since gluten-based foods are the primary source of fiber for Americans, those on a gluten-free diet have to be especially conscious of fiber intake.

Since those of us who have to eat gluten-free are already pretty overwhelmed with the level of attention we have to give to our diets, paying attention to fiber can be a chore. This is why we’ve compiled a few handy tricks for you [...]

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CeliAct Community Feature: The Celiac Cakery

CeliAct Community Feature: The Celiac Cakery

Today we’re excited to feature one of our own: Noreen Fitzmaurice has been a member of the CeliAct community for years now, and we are excited to share with all of you her gluten-free business, The Celiac Cakery! An at-home bakery specializing in gluten-free baked goods, including birthday cakes, donuts […]

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Stress, Gut Health, and Celiac Disease

Stress, Gut Health, and Celiac Disease

While the obvious culprit when it comes to gut health is diet, what many people don’t know is that stress can also be a significant factor in maintaining digestive health.  

Studies are consistently showing a link between the body’s level of stress and gut health, so we’ve decided to explore this issue further and bring you what you need to know ...

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Six Ways to Combat Getting Glutened

Six Ways to Combat Getting Glutened

We’ve all been there. Accidental gluten exposure, or “getting glutened,” can wreak havoc on your system and leave you with some pretty serious symptoms to manage.

The good news is, there are steps you can take to help your body heal and recover. Help your gut combat the trauma with these 5 important steps! [...]

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It’s Gluten-Free Girl Scout Cookie Time!

It’s Gluten-Free Girl Scout Cookie Time!
Girl Scouts of America have announced the return of their gluten-free Girl Scout cookie options for the 2016 season. Back by popular demand, the cookies will be available nationwide from most Girl Scout councils! Where can you pick up some gluten-free Girl Scout Cookies and what are the tasty options? We’ve got the scoop for you! […]

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Researchers Working on Celiac-Safe Wheat

Researchers Working on Celiac-Safe Wheat
One of the most common complaints about gluten-free baked goods is that, while they are adequate, they just can’t come close to the real thing. Even the highest quality bakeries can’t seem to figure out how to mimic baking with wheat flour. Enter Chris Miller, a Kansas researcher who is developing a strain of wheat that will be safe […]

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Are You Not Healing Because Your Body Thinks Coffee, Chocolate and Milk Contain Gluten?

Are You Not Healing Because Your Body Thinks Coffee, Chocolate and Milk Contain Gluten?
Are you not healing because your body thinks that foods such as coffee, corn, potatoes, chocolate and milk contain gluten? Do you still experience symptoms of gluten ingestion even though you are certain that no gluten is entering your body? If so, it could be that you’re eating foods that don’t contain gluten, but your body reacts to them as if they do. This phenomenon is called gluten-cross reactivity. Since so many people with celiac disease continue to experience symptoms after eliminating gluten, scientists have been looking into a reason why. One theory is gluten cross-reactivity. What is Gluten Cross-Reactivity? Gluten cross-reactivity refers to the possibility that other foods in your diet are producing […]

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