Corn Gluten, is it Safe for Celiac? Dr. Peter Osborne Explains

Is corn gluten just as bad as wheat gluten for celiac? Most doctors tell celiac patients that corn is gluten free and safe to eat. A growing body of experts still question this advice. Is corn gluten damaging to celiac patients? Take a look at Dr. Peter Osborne’s lecture on corn gluten. (…)

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Chicago Gluten and Allergen Free Expo 2011: Reserve your spot!

I just finished chatting on the phone with Jen Cafferty, Founder of the Gluten and Allergen Free Cooking Expo, which is in its fourth year. She’s filled me in on all the wonderful vendors, cooking classes, and possible children’s events scheduled for the weekend of April 29-May 1, 2011. (…)

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Movie “Food, Inc.” Opens in Theaters

“Food, Inc.” introduces viewers to brave folks who refuse to stand by and do nothing while big corporations continue to produce unhealthy, toxic food for American consumers. Some, like Stonyfield Farm’s Gary Hirshberg and Polyface Farm’s Joel Salatin, are finding ways to work around the broken system to improve the quality of America’s food, one farm at a time. (…)

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Corn Mold: The Corn We Eat is Infested with Toxic Mold

Corn mold is toxic. Are you Chronically Sick? You may be suffering symptoms of a corn mold allergy. The cfu level (colony forming units level) is high in corn. As most Healthy Family readers already know, we have been dealing with a corn intolerance issue in our house for over two years. Our eldest son, also diagnosed with celiac, has had to eliminate corn after an IgG test. Grains are a tricky food to eliminate, especially when you find yourself surrounded by them at every possible social function you attend. But we got rid of the corn. We stopped eating corn sweeteners, corn gluten, and corn starch. (…)

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Studies Show Food Allergies are Side Effects of Childhood Obesity

Effects of childhood obesity and food allergies are widespread. Both childhood obesity and food allergies have become epidemics in the United States. Results from two separate studies show a probable cause. Obese children are 59% more likely to have IgE mediated food allergies than children of normal weight. (…)

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