Gluten-free Diet

Looking for gluten-free ideas this Halloween? These recipes will do the trick and score high on taste too.
Nowadays, it’s glamorous to be on a diet and the latest in-thing is to go G-free. The problem is, this is a modified food plan, not a weight-loss diet!
According to the Archives of Internal Medicine, one in 133 people has celiac disease (CD) and at least another six percent of the US population suffers from non-celiac gluten sensitivity. If you are not among these people, please don’t be a faker.
A gluten-free diet is restrictive, but it packs in a couple of health benefits. Read on to find out how it can benefit you.
Now there’s a tastier and nutritionally more powerful alternative to soy sauce.
Is a gluten-free lifestyle really beneficial to you? If you don't suffer from CD or gluten sensitivity, consider these points before you take the plunge.
Keep these six guidelines in mind before you indulge in a GF meal outside your home.
Coffee flour has three times more iron than spinach, three times more protein than kale, and way less fat than coconut flour. Plus, it makes great cookies.
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There are many simple ways to add a gluten-free recipe to your diet. Finding the right gluten-free substitute for your usual gluten-containing ingredients is a matter of personal taste, and involves experiments with gluten-free flours and baking aids.