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Fellow Celiacs: Are You Drinking Your Gluten?

U.S. News & World Report (blog)

As a dietitian who both counsels patients with newly-diagnosed celiac disease and personally follows a strict gluten-free diet as the result of my own autoimmune shortcomings, I spend a lot of time scrutinizing diets for traces of unexpected gluten. My ...

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Does this article look legit?  The part on beer is totally in line with what I have read in the past, but Mike's hard lemonade?  I never would have guessed.

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Does this article look legit?  The part on beer is totally in line with what I have read in the past, but Mike's hard lemonade?  I never would have guessed.

 

 

Sounds fine to me.  Mike's has always said it was a malted beverage.  Recently they are saying "gluten removed" and the article explains the problems with that.  What part didn't you understand?


 

 

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Thanks kareng.  I have never bought Mikes at a store.  I only ordered it at a bar once or twice because they had not gluten-free beers or ciders.  Never got a chance to read the label.  Now I am usually very consciencous of reading labels, but I think that the rules are different for alcoholic beverages (at least in Canada).  So I ordered it "It's just lemonade, right?"   That just shows how dangerous it can be to make assumptions.  Learned my lesson.

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