Gluten-free foods are more popular than ever, and the range of choices and the availability of gluten-free products continues to expand. One of the more significant changes in the last few years has been the entry of major players in a market once dominated by small companies. General Mills has taken their ubiquitous Cheerios line gluten-free, and is now one of the largest manufacturers of gluten-free food in the U.S.Â
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Talk about finding needles in a haystack. Imagine, if you will, sifting through rail cars full of oats and plucking out nearly every stray grain of wheat, barley or rye so that the final product tests at under 20 ppm, instead of the original 200 ppm to 1,000 ppm. Quite a challenge, yes? It’s a challenge General Mills take on every day as it produces Gluten Free Cheerios from raw oats into the final product. According to their website, General Mills ships 500,000 cases of Cheerios each week. To do this, General Mills uses a proprietary optical sorting process, for which it has filed a patent with the US Patent Office. That process sifts through those rail cars of oats…
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Cereal maker General Mills has announced that it will no longer label their flagship cereal Cheerios as gluten-free in Canada. Has Canada Changed its Gluten-free Standards? No, the standard for labeling gluten-free foods in Canada remains same, at up to 20 ppm allowable gluten. Such foods are safe for the vast majority of people with celiac disease, according to both U.S. and Canadian regulatory agencies, the EU, celiac researchers and numerous celiac disease support groups.
PEOPLE.comMandy Moore Documents Her Upper Endoscopy to Test for Celiac Disease on InstagramPEOPLE.comThis is how Mandy Moore takes care of her health. On Saturday, the This is Us star documented her trip to the doctor to find out whether she had celiac disease, posting a snippet of the visit to her Instagram story. “Grog city,” Moore, 33, wrote. “Just …Mandy Moore checks to see if she has celiac disease | Daily Mail …Daily MailMandy Moore Gets Upper Endoscopy to Determine If She Has Celiac Disease — See the PicCBS 8 San DiegoMajority of Torontonians with celiac disease don't know they have it …Toronto StarThe Indian
Are doctors even getting close to diagnosing the actual number of cases of celiac disease? Or are they missing the vast majority? Researchers have said for some time that there are far more people with celiac disease than are being diagnosed, and that the vast majority of cases go undiagnosed. If a new study by Canadian nutrition researchers is any indication, most cases of celiac disease remain undiagnosed.
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Tissue transglutaminase (tTG) immunoglobulin A (IgA) testing is a sensitive adjunct to the diagnosis of coeliac disease. The threshold for positivity was developed for diagnosis, with negative results reported as below the reference value (<4 U/mL).</p> A team of researchers recently set out to investigate if an undetectable tissue transglutaminase IgA antibodies (tTG IgA<1.2 U/mL) is more predictive of healing compared to patients with negative but detectable serology (1.2-3.9 U/mL).</p>
Gluten-free doesn’t have to be complicated or confusing. It can be easy and delicious without thinking twice about the processed foods in the food stores. Simply eat Clean. What’s Clean, you say? It’s about eating real, wholesome, naturally gluten-free foods and steering clear of processed, packaged foods.
What is it about the Internet that seems to bring out the worst in some people? In this case, internet trolls making nasty comments about reality star and popular UK country singer Megan McKenna. The body-shaming began almost immediately after McKenna posted two photos of herself on Instagram this summer. According to BuzzFeed, comments calling her things likeÂ “boney”Â and aÂ “skinny rat,”Â flooded in. McKenna recently explained that, at the time the photos were taken, she was in the hospital dealing with the the effects of a medical condition.
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I run into many parents who are in quite a quandary about instituting a gluten-free diet for their child. A typical scenario is that one of the parents is gluten intolerant and is highly suspicious that their child is as well. Due to the child beingÂ ‘relatively healthy’Â the non-gluten intolerant spouse suggests that the child be able toÂ ‘live a little’Â and enjoy the cake and pizza that is so prevalent during children’s parties and sporting events.
POPSUGARThink You're Allergic to Gluten? You Have to See These Before-and-After Belly PhotosPOPSUGARThese aren't your typical belly bloat before-and-after photos from one weekend of gorging on pizza, french fries, ice cream, and beer. This is way more serious. Esme captions the above photo, "first picture: before being diagnosed with celiac disease …