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Conferences, Publicity, Pregnancy, Church, Bread Machines, Distillation & Beer

This category covers reports on celiac disease conferences, including press and publicity, celiac disease and pregnancy issues, various issues surrounding gluten in communion wafers and the Catholic Church, gluten-free bread machines, and the distillation process and gluten in beer.

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    The global market for new drugs to treat celiac disease is set to surge strongly by 2021, according to the latest market report from Persistence Market Research.

    The company's Celiac Drugs Market report offers in-depth analysis of overall market trends, macro-economic indicators, and governing factors, along with the projected strength of individual market segments. The report also offers geographical breakdowns of the various market factors and the specific market segments they influence.



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    Raw materials used by breweries include barley. A characteristic feature of this grain is the presence of gluten proteins which also includes hordein. This group of proteins are the trigger of celiac disease symptoms [Darewicz, Dziuba, Jaszczak: "Celiakia – aspekty molekularne, technologiczne, dietetyczne." Przemysł Spożywczy, styczeń, 2011] . This issue raises the need to seek new methods of brewing that allow for the elimination of gluten proteins from the beer [Swora E., Stankowiak-Kulpa H., Mazur M. 2009. Dieta bezglutenowa w chorobie trzewnej. Nowiny Lekarskie 78, 5-6, 324-329]. The biggest problem for coeliac patients is to identify permitted foods. Food manufacturers know about the above problem and are offering new products for people with celiac disease.



    Tiny Sibling Revelry Brewery looks to make a mark on gluten-free beer. Photo: CC--DCJohn

    Sibling Revelry Brewery (say that three times fast), is a tiny northeastern Ohio company dedicated to brewing quality brews in small batches.

    The company's name may not roll off the tongue easily, but their gluten-free beer tastes good enough that brewmaster Pete Velez is planning a second batch.

    Called Em Sav Saison, the limited-release beer is the company's first gluten-free brew. Described as having "aromas of sweet spice and Chardonnay that leads to a bright fruity body with a dry, semi-tart finish," it comes in at 5.8 percent alcohol, with 35 International Bittering Units.



    Ireland brews its first ever gluten-free stout. Photo: CC--IntangibleArts

    If watching all those pints of Guinness being downed on St. Patrick's Day left you wishing that someone, somewhere in Ireland, would brew a tasty gluten-free stout, your wish has come true.

    The people at the 9 White Deer brewery have heard your whispered wishes and responded with Stag Saor. Ireland's first gluten-free stout, a beer that puts a fresh twist on the Emerald Isle's long stout-brewing tradition.



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    Global Market Insights has just released its latest report on global gluten free food markets. The report is entitled Gluten Free Food Market Size, Industry Outlook Report, Regional Analysis (U.S., Germany, UK, Italy, Russia, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Brazil, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, UAE, South Africa), Downstream Application Development Potential, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2016 – 2023.



    How well do celiacs tolerate gluten-removed beer? Photo: CC--Divya Thakur

    A number of commercial brewers are opting to use enzymatic digestion, or hydrolysis, for treating gluten-containing foods and beverages to make them safe for people with gluten sensitivity, including those with celiac disease. However, some have questioned whether the process is safe for all people with celiac disease, as some celiacs complain that they experience gluten sensitivity when they drink these beers. Currently, there are no validated testing methods for quantifying levels of hydrolyzed or fermented gluten peptides in foods and beverages that might be harmful to celiac patients. This makes it difficult to determine the safety of hydrolyzed products for people with celiac disease.



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    Are so-called fad gluten-free dieters getting a bad rap? Could some of them be onto something? There's been a lot of talk in the media and among researchers about the large numbers of people who adopt a gluten-free diet without a celiac disease diagnosis. Many of these dieters are regarded with a bit of suspicion. The question areises as to whether gluten was causing them any problems that could be improved by a gluten-free diet. Most have been regarded as simple fad dieters.



    Photo: CC--Markheybo

    After years of high double-digit growth, are global gluten-free sales set to cool off?



    Burger chain Shake Shack now serves gluten-free buns. Photo: CC--Montgomery County Planning Commission.

    Popular burger chain Shake Shack now offers Martin’s gluten-free buns. You're welcome.



    Sufferfest gluten-reduced beers grew out of rugged athletic competition. Photo: CC--Ian Ramsley

    A thirsty local endurance athlete brings gluten-reduced beers to the local San Francisco scene.



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    As gluten-free beers proliferate, more brewing classes are teaching students to brew them.



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    Catch Julia Roberts' gluten-free and vegan diet and fitness tips on Instagram.



    Carlsberg UK teams with Czech brewery to launch gluten-free beers. Photo: CC--David Short.

    Carlsberg UK teams with Czech brewery to launch gluten-free beers.



    Gluten-free beers are more popular then ever this Oktoberfest. Photo: CC--Maria Eklind

    Just in time for Oktoberfest, our gluten-free, gluten-removed beer guide for 2016!



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    Sales of gluten-free products continue to rise, with global the market expected to approach $5 billion by 2021, up from $2.84 billion in 2014, according to a new report from Transparency Market Research.



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    This week in celebrity gluten-free news, Kourtney Kardashian has put her family on a gluten-free, dairy-free diet.



    Hunger Games star Elizabeth Banks is ditching gluten from her diet. Mostly. Photo: CC--David Shankbone

    Hunger Games star Elizabeth Banks is giving up the Gluten. Well, mostly. When it comes to filming, at least, Banks has taken to avoiding rice, pasta, and bread.



    Hashimoto's thyroiditis has Zoe Saldana on a gluten-free diet.

    Star Trek and Beyond star Zoe Saldana recently revealed that she has been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease called Hashimoto's thyroiditis.



    Millennials' special diet needs are key to global gluten-free market strength. CC--Jack Lawrence

    One in five 18-34 year olds have a food intolerance. This is a key factor driving global gluten-free market.



    Photo: CC--Jim Kelly

    A Czech brewery with a war-torn history makes one of the world's great gluten-free beers.


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