Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity
Every day, more and more people are realizing they have a sensitivity to gluten. You may have been recently diagnosed with Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity and are wondering, now what? Maybe you have a hunch that gluten doesn’t agree with you and so you are curiously searching for answers. Either way, we’re here to help!
Here you can find up-to-date, relevant stories, helpful facts, shopping lists, recipe recommendations and more. You can meet others with gluten sensitivities in our community, that you can connect and share with. Last, but certainly not least, we will provide delicious, wholesome gluten free products that will bring joy to your gluten free lifestyle.
You Got Glutened! Now what?December 16, 2013 at 1:20 pm
By: Katie White – Udi’s Outreach Coordinator We try our best to remain completely free of gluten – we quiz wait staff, call manufacturers, even stick to only a few brands we know and trust. Unfortunately there are times when, in spite of our best efforts, we still get glutened. All of us have [...] Read more »
WELL FED: Could Your Child be Showing Signs of a Food Intolerance?July 14, 2012 at 1:36 am
Food intolerance is on the rise. That is, awareness of food intolerance and its associated symptoms is growing. More than ever, we hear about celiac disease and the role of food additives in mental health. A number childhood health conditions can be traced to food intolerance and cracking that code is the first step on [...] Read more »
Finally, gluten-free beer that tastes like beerJuly 5, 2012 at 6:10 pm
I don’t suffer from celiac disease or even a minor gluten intolerance, thankfully. But the first thing I did recently when I got the two major players behind Widmer Bros. Brewing Co.’s new Omission gluten-free beers on the phone was thank them. Read more »
Gluten Challenge: Patients with Non-celiac Gluten Sensitivity Report More Symptoms than Those with Celiac DiseaseJuly 5, 2012 at 6:08 pm
In general, doctors and researchers know a good deal about how celiac disease works, and they are finding out more all the time. However, they know very little about non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS). Read more »