It’s a personal choice whether to use products containing gluten. What you put on your body is just as important as what you put in it, so it’s important to “listen” to your body. Learn about symptoms of a gluten reaction from personal care products here.
Almost one in five IBD patients tries a gluten-free diet, according to a study from the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill. Of those who do, two-thirds report improved symptoms and 38 percent report fewer or less-severe flare-ups between periods of remission. Click here to read about how a gluten-free diet could help those with inflammatory bowel disease.
The good news is that your lactose intolerance will (most likely) get better, and you’ll be able to enjoy ice cream again. Read our dietitian’s advice on what to do until then.
Luckily for you, special diet accommodation has become commonplace in Vegas, making the experience that much more delicious. Thus, here are our current picks for the 10 best gluten-free bites in Las Vegas. Have a fun trip!
When a fussy eater is on a gluten-free diet, it is crucial to make sure they are getting the nutrients they need to develop properly. Here are five tips to manage the “picky” children in your family and help them become more adventurous eaters.
Vinegar is accepted as gluten free by major celiac disease centers and support groups. In the United States most distilled white vinegar is made from corn. Learn more here.
You’ll only need a blender to prepare this super simple Keto Cookie recipe. Savory, sweet and crispy, these keto treats will satisfy all your cookie cravings.
Thai-Inspired Creamy Chicken Soup is slightly spicy and slightly sweet, dairy free and full of nutrients to make an all-in-one meal perfect for lunch or dinner. It can be made up to three days ahead and chilled, warming just before serving.
The National Institutes of Health consensus statement on the management of celiac disease advises consulting with a skilled dietitian. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Evidence Based Nutrition Practice Guideline for celiac disease says medical nutrition therapy provided by a registered dietitian is strongly recommended for individuals with celiac disease. Learn about what happens during a consultation, finding a good fit in a dietitian and more.