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Are you thinking about going gluten-free? Here are some things you need to know about a gluten-free diet!
Pizza Express has today announced plans to start selling a gluten-free version of the popular carb bombs, Dough Balls, making fans with celiac disease so much happy.
In the early stages of the gluten-free movement, the main problem was the limited availability of gluten-free options available in the market. In addition, the rare gluten-free products offered in those days almost usually lack in the taste department, as it seems that food manufacturers at that time focused mainly on making their products free of gluten that its palatability took a distant second. Fortunately, for people who wish to try the gluten free diet today, options abound with some even rivaling, if not surpassing, the taste of their regular counterparts.
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Replacing the age-old bowl of cornflakes, people are choosing healthier options like Greek yogurts, snack bars, homemade smoothies and breakfast sandwiches.
According to registered dietitian Joel Feren and nutritionist Catherine Saxelby, there are some food that they advise us to avoid or actually stop eating in order to be healthier this year.
Now you can enjoy gluten-free cookies without feeling guilty of the calories and weight gain. The best thing about them? You don't need to buy special gluten-free all-purpose flour to make great gluten-free Christmas goodies.
Recent research revealed that "Gluten-Free" diet is not applicable to all individuals.
Dunkin’ Donuts has begun testing a new, gluten-free donut offering.