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    Kellogg has announced that gluten-free versions of its Corn Flakes and Special K cereals will mark its gluten-free debut into the Australian cereal market.



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    The woman's voice, polite but firm came over the line: "We cannot accommodate your mother." "You can't accommodate her?" I wondered if I'd heard wrong.



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    To remain healthy, people with celiac disease must follow a strict gluten-free diet. Good availability of gluten-free foods is critical to this. High prices or limited availability can have a greater impact on celiac patients from lower socioeconomic conditions in regards to their ability to follow a gluten-free treatment diet.



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    Legal fallout over wheat contaminated "Gluten Free" Cheerios continues with new lawsuit for General Mills.



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    Are Cadbury Creme Eggs gluten-free? The short answer is "not officially," but the full answer is more detailed.



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    Often when people hear that someone is "going gluten-free," they think that just means people are not eating wheat. This kind of thinking focuses on the obvious—since gluten is in foods it means watching what is eaten.



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    Can a gluten-free diet help any athlete improve performance in competition? Some experts say yes.



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    An Australian man's fight to force his local pub to provide gluten-free gravy to go with his gluten-free New Year's meal made it all the way to that country's Federal Circuit Court.



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    It's almost Easter, and that means gluten-free candy! Here is Celiac.com's list of Gluten-free and Gluten-safe Candy for Easter 2016.



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    Many people sensitive to gluten exposure rely on commercial ELISA test kits for gluten detection. But are these kits reliable?



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    Is celiac disease in the United States military basically a matter of Don't Ask, Don't Tell?



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    Consumer complaints to the FDA fueled a class action lawsuit claiming that cereal maker General Mills mislabeled gluten contaminated Cheerios as "gluten-free."



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    Rather than enjoying the youth of my 20s, some of the 'best years of my life,' I suffered from over a decade of chronic illness—everything from Lyme disease to C-diff colitis to hypothyroidism and chronic systemic candida.



    Are prices too high on the gluten-free aisle? Photo: CC--Health Gauge

    Are supermarkets charging extreme prices for certified gluten-free foods, which are basically the same as their non-certified counterparts?



    Ted Cruz is against gluten-free meals for US troops. Photo: CC--Matt Johnson

    Did senator Ted Cruz just declare war on gluten-free soldiers? It kind of looks like that.



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    About two years ago, as a result of two comprehensive review articles written by research scientists, Anthony Samsel and Stephanie Seneff, the term "glyphosates" made media headlines.



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    Gluten sensitivities have been documented in some dogs, but now researchers have the first solid evidence that gluten is the culprit behind a movement disorder in Border Terriers known as Epileptoid Cramping Syndrome (CECS).



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    Kansas is wheat country, and like the rest of America, Kansans are generally not gluten-free. That means the food in their charity food pantries are not usually gluten-free.



    Gluten-free treats abound for Valentine's Day. Photo: CC--Ella T.

    These gluten-free treats will keep you from getting caught flat footed this Valentine's Day.



    Classic Cheerios ad in the days before gluten-free. Photo: CC--Jamie

    General Mills seems to be having a hard time catching a break lately, especially when it comes to their new gluten-free options.


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