It seems everywhere you turn these days, you’re seeing gluten free this and gluten free that. New companies are emerging, restaurants are adopting gluten free menus, and food classics are being recreated. Slowly, but surely, eating a gluten free diet is beginning to transform from being a fad to becoming a way of life. However, … Continue reading Are you eating the equivalent of gluten free Wonder Bread?
Gluten exists in the grass-like grains such as barley, wheat, rye, kamut and spelt. It provides an elasticity and glue-like function to hold its flour products together, thus providing them with a chewy texture. Other grains such as rice, corn, quinoa, buckwheat and up to some degree oats are generally considered safe as their protein … Continue reading Gluten intolerance in today’s world