This Week in Gluten-Free News

Lupus and Celiac Disease: What Pharmacists Need to Know

Drug Topics: “Unfortunately, there is generally no cure for autoimmune diseases; however, there are medications and lifestyle modifications that can help to manage the conditions. Pharmacists can play an important role through an interdisciplinary approach in managing patients with autoimmune diseases.” Click here for the full story.

10 Gluten-Free Breads That Actually Taste Good, According to Nutritionists

Women’s Health: “Gluten-free bread used to mean sad desk sandwiches that crumbled all over your keyboard. But now that gluten-free eating has been a “thing” for a few years, food companies have finally found ways to create wheat-free, cross-contamination-free breads you’ll actually want to eat.” Click here for the full story.

Study Finds Liberals Are No More Likely to Express Gluten-Avoidance than Conservatives

PsyPost: “When Ted Cruz was running for president in 2016, he tried to cater to conservative voters by pledging not to provide gluten-free mealw to members of the military. But new research indicate that conservatives are just as likely as liberals to avoid gluten in their diet.” Click here for the full story.

Five Gluten-Free Food Ideas to Help You Lose Weight

Republic World: “Eliminating gluten from your diet may seem like a difficult task for many. Gluten is a protein that is found in certain grains such as barley, wheat, rye and many more. It is advisable to avoid gluten if you are following a diet to lose weight.” Click here for the full story.

Justin Bieber Gives Up His Favorite Beer After Revealing Allergy to Gluten

Yahoo!: Justin Bieber is lucky the fall season just started because he will no longer be able to enjoy his favorite summertime brew. ‘Worst news ever I’m officially allergic to gluten,’ Bieber revealed on Saturday night via his Instagram Story.” Click here for the full story.

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