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Gluten Intolerance

27 Reasons I Am Gluten-Free

Priyanka Chugh | Posted 03.27.2014 | Taste
Priyanka Chugh

Maybe you've seen this post: "27 Reasons I Could Never Go Gluten-Free." Maybe you even agree with it. Look at all those foods that you would have to ...

Joe Satran

27 Reasons I Could Never Go Gluten-Free | Joe Satran | Posted 03.25.2014 | Taste

A hint: They're all edible.

Tired of Morning Hangovers? You Could Be Allergic to Alcohol

Dr. Tim Mainardi | Posted 04.15.2014 | Healthy Living
Dr. Tim Mainardi

Hangover symptoms can be perceived as collateral damage to a good night out, but they may actually be the result of an allergic reaction to ingredients in alcohol. So how do you tell if you are really allergic to alcohol or just suffering from a normal hangover?

Drop That Whole Wheat Bread! No More Cereal! Grain Brain, A #1 Bestseller, Says: 'Abandon Gluten!'

Jesse Kornbluth | Posted 03.22.2014 | Books
Jesse Kornbluth

The question: Is Dr. Perlmutter on to something? Or is he to diet what Malcolm Gladwell is to packaging academic research into reader-friendly servings of trends?

This Is What Restaurants Have To Deal With When It Comes To Dietary Restrictions

Posted 01.25.2014 | Taste

That's quite a list.

Worried About Gluten? This Is Your Brain on Journalism

Leo Brown | Posted 03.02.2014 | Healthy Living
Leo Brown

We are captivated and intrigued by the controversy among medical professionals as to whether carbohydrates, and grains in particular, are safe for consumption. We are also confused.

Satan Is in the Bread

Chef Rossi | Posted 02.05.2014 | Healthy Living
Chef Rossi

I'm a 40-something gal, the same age Mom was when she gained 100 pounds. I've got a little extra meat, but it landed in the right places. I work out three times a week, have the energy to walk 60 blocks a day just for fun and can easily touch my toes, nose or most of my other body parts if I so choose.

Open Letter to Jimmy Fallon

Priyanka Chugh | Posted 01.25.2014 | Impact
Priyanka Chugh

When I heard about your gluten free cookbook sketch, I had to check it out for myself. At first, all I could say was ... Wow, that was not funny. It wasn't just because I do have Celiac disease or because I'm oversensitive, either.

Thankful to Be Gluten-Free

Kristen Carlisle | Posted 01.25.2014 | Healthy Living
Kristen Carlisle

There are lots of ways to make classic dishes with gluten-free twists. Or, you can completely re-invent your Thanksgiving meals to make way for new traditions.

I Will Not Tolerate Gluten

Kristen Carlisle | Posted 01.23.2014 | Healthy Living
Kristen Carlisle

My name is Kristen, and I am (almost) 100 percent gluten-free. From the beginning, this lifestyle has been both complicated and interesting. Personally, I've found that the biggest hurdle is explaining my GF lifestyle to people.

Attack of the Gluten Intolerant Sex Addicts

Mark Morford | Posted 09.30.2013 | Comedy
Mark Morford

There is some interesting news. It is very likely you are not. Gluten intolerant, that is. Few people really are, few really have full-blown celiac disease. But it sure is interesting to notice how many want to believe they are.

Gluten-Free Traveling Without Losing It

April Peveteaux | Posted 09.15.2013 | Healthy Living
April Peveteaux

What once was, "Woohoo! Let's hit the road, KFC, 7-Eleven, and Waffle House!" is now, "Oh hell, I'm going to starve or poop all week."

Celiac Disease: 10 Things Everyone Should Know

Whitney Caudill | Posted 08.18.2013 | Healthy Living
Whitney Caudill

Because celiac disease affects crucial parts of living -- like eating and taking medication -- it is important that everyone understand a few basic things about celiac disease.

Moms Change the World: April Peveteaux

Monique Ruffin | Posted 07.31.2013 | Impact
Monique Ruffin

For this mom an achy belly is no laughing matter. But these day she's having her cake and happily eating it too. Not even celiac disease could keep her from enjoying her favorite foods. When I met April Peveteaux, her otherwise comfy chic outfit was adorned with a button that read Fuck Flour.

Gluten-Free Challenges in Schools and on College Campuses

Alice Bast | Posted 07.29.2013 | Healthy Living
Alice Bast

As we grow the dialogue surrounding gluten-free needs, it's critically important for families and schools across the country to rally behind their students and ensure our institutions receive the proper service training needed to meet all students' nutritional needs.

Avoid These 5 Gluten-Free Mistakes

Posted 05.23.2013 | Healthy Living

By Cynthia Sass After experiencing some wacky symptoms, I was recently tested for celiac disease, and while the report came back negative, I've n...

When To Worry About Gluten, And Why I Don't

Charity Curley Mathews | Posted 06.28.2013 | Parents
Charity Curley Mathews

I'm sorry, gluten. To be honest, you do freak me out, but I just can't worry about you right now -- and here is why.

50 Shades of Gluten (Intolerance)

Chris Kresser | Posted 06.03.2013 | Healthy Living
Chris Kresser

This "all-or-nothing" view has led to some doctors telling patients that suspect they're sensitive to gluten but test negative for celiac disease that they're simply imagining an affliction that doesn't exist. It turns out those doctors are wrong.

Adverse Effects Attributed to Medications May Be From Food for Some People

S.Z. Berg | Posted 05.13.2013 | Healthy Living
S.Z. Berg

People with medical conditions such as celiac, non-celiac gluten sensitivity, or food allergies should know that they may not be sensitive or allergic to the medicine to which they reacted. Rather, their reactions may have been from the food contents in the drugs.

Understanding Gluten

Amanda Greene | Posted 05.08.2013 | Taste
Amanda Greene

It's an important component in the structure and texture of baked goods as we know them. It's mostly found in wheat and, to a lesser extent, in barley and rye. So what is it?

Should You Go Gluten Free?

Posted 03.07.2013 | OWN

By Karen Ansel Wondering why entire grocery store aisles are now gluten-free? Here's the real story behind the hype -- and how to do the diet r...

Why I Question Every New Breast-Is-Best Finding These Days

Elizabeth Clements | Posted 05.05.2013 | Parents
Elizabeth Clements

Celiac disease is on the rise, quadrupling in the United States over the last 50 years. Breastfeeding, too, is on the rise, tripling here during this same time period. Interestingly, new reports boast that breast milk may prevent celiac disease. So how could this be true?

It's Time to Take Celiac Disease Seriously

Nichole Thomas | Posted 04.29.2013 | Healthy Living
Nichole Thomas

The lack of understanding around "gluten-free" is baffling and sometimes disheartening, to say the least. As a member of this gluten-free community, I am privileged to live in the moment we occupy today, a time that is changing the very fabric of this issue.

Gluten: The Greatest Enemy of Clear Skin

Maura Henninger, N.D. | Posted 04.10.2013 | Healthy Living
Maura Henninger, N.D.

Because gluten-sensitive people cannot properly digest gluten, these large molecules enter the bloodstream, and the immune system recognizes them as invaders, activating an immune response that increases inflammation, which in turn can result in acne.

Katherine Bindley

Is Going Gluten-Free The Latest Cover For Extreme Dieting? | Katherine Bindley | Posted 01.31.2013 | Healthy Living

From the proliferation of gluten-free items on grocery store shelves, to the emergence of gluten-free items at restaurants and bakeries, it's clear th...