OK, so I understand that wheat crackers, pasta, and bread made with gluten-containing flours can’t be eaten; but what’s the deal with ice cream and buckwheat? Read on, my gluten-free friend, and get the food 411 on food safety for these foods.
Road Trips are the best way to get to know the geography around you, have the opportunity to talk to locals, and learn about new places along the way. I've found many different museums, parks, and cool non-touristy off-the-radar areas I wouldn't have noticed if I had not taken a road trip.
Whether you are celiac, gluten-intolerant, have acquired Hashimoto’s or another autoimmune disorder, your doctor may have told you to stay off of gluten. The fact is, the protein in gluten really pokes at your immune system. You may be wondering how your grandparents and great-grandparents ate as much gluten as we did and they were perfectly fine.
The fact is, our grandparents not only ate a different type of gluten, but they ate much less gluten.
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