Category Archives: gluten
Foodfacts.com notices many of our followers struggle with celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder which affects the small intestine after consuming gluten. We’ve come across on article that describes the possibly reasoning behind the rise of this disease. Check it out … Continue reading
Foodfacts.com is looking into gluten free diets. Sarah Cooper was a new mom in her mid-20s, busily juggling her family and a career as an electrical engineer, when everything came to a halt. She lost all her energy. She developed … Continue reading
What is gluten and why are so many people going gluten free? Foodfacts.com observes that people give up gluten for multiple reasons. Sometimes they are motivated by a medical diagnosis, or just a desire to eat more healthfully.
Foodfacts.com Blog readers well know that, for people with celiac disease, a digestive system disease, chocolates are not considered as feel-good treats. Foods such as chocolates contain a type of protein known as gluten which causes problems for people who … Continue reading
Foodfacts.com is well aware that there are lot of people who simply love eating bread and they usually include a selection of bread in every meal. That’s why they are called bread lovers.
Foodfacts.com members know by now that food allergy remains one of the most persistent forms of allergic reaction. No one knows why people have certain allergic responses to different types of food. But it is a fact that once a … Continue reading
(Courtesy of What Can I Eat) Editor’s Note: Food Facts members know only too well by now the importance of gluten free products. Here is some interesting information from our friends at What Can I Eat – Many people who … Continue reading