By Maureen Mackey, The Fiscal Times August 6, 2014 What Happened. The Food and Drug Administration created a new standard for gluten-free food labeling. Any packaged food that is labeled “gluten free” must now contain less than 20 parts per million (ppm) of gluten, the protein that occurs naturally in wheat, rye, barley and their […]
Celiac disease, typically thought of as a gastrointestinal disease, has a wide variety of symptoms that can affect other parts of the body including the mind. Many people with celiac disease report having “brain fog”, a form of cognitive impairment can encompass disorientation, problems with staying focused and paying attention, and lapses in short-term memory. […]
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The latest gluten-free Halloween candy list is here! But please remember to use the list only as a guide, since ingredients and formulas can change at any time. Make sure to always read the label.