Published in 2014 Mayo Clinic Going Gluten Free By Joseph A. Murray, MD Time Home Entertainment, Inc., $25.95 You’ve just been diagnosed with celiac disease and are flummoxed by all the conflicting information about the gluten-free diet. Heavily promoted books scream that gluten, the protein in wheat, rye and barley, is bad, bad, bad for […]
There has long been speculation that celiac disease’s increase might be related to higher gluten content in wheat today
A study finds that people with celiac disease with continuing intestinal damage have four times the risk of lymphoma as the general population.
The FDA has finally set a standard for gluten-free labeling. This will protect consumers from accidental glutening.
New gluten-free certification program launches. It connects U.S. and Canadian markets and is independently audited.
Emani’s Flawless Matte Foundation is a gluten-free pressed powder that provides medium coverage, and controls shine. It contains no talc or parabens. $32. www.emani.com It is possible to have glamorous lashes and the confidence that gluten won’t be getting near your eyes. Emani’s long lasting Organic Soy Mascara is gluten-free, vegan and made from natural […]
Doctors say you have to ingest gluten from cosmetics to get symptoms. The question is: does this happen more often than we know? Remember that first heady discovery of makeup? The memories flash back like a psychedelic slideshow: pastel lip gloss, electric blue mascara, hot pink blush and black kohl eyeliner that, intemperately applied, made […]