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Research shows that people with celiac disease have a higher chance of developing dental problems, from enamel problems to a dry mouth, when compared to control groups.
While fiber is known to be a great addition to any diet as it promotes gut health, another unwitting benefit is that it may lower the risk of unborn babies contracting celiac disease.
Allow your body to enjoy a solid night of sleep by implementing these tips and habits into your lifestyle.
Because preparing gluten-free food in the same spaces used to prepare normal food risks cross-contamination, having a 3D printing machine dedicated to gluten-free food preparation could make mealtimes much safer for people with allergies.
While crusts made with gluten-free flour are becoming more commonplace (even in the fast-food industry) there are a number of more creative ways to make a pizza that is not only free of gluten, but mouthwateringly delicious too.
By adding a daily breakfast smoothie to your gluten-free diet routine, you can add immense amounts of nutrients and flavor…
Honey can be a part of the gluten free diet and can sweeten and add interest to many dishes that are good for people who are avoiding gluten due to celiac disease. But did you know that honey has many medicinal properties as well? Honey can be used as a first aid treatment and can even be helpful for gut health.