Ask the Dietician: De-Glutenized Wheat

Question: I just noticed for the first time yesterday on a label it said, “de-glutenized wheat.” The same for corn.  What does this mean? The label also said it was gluten-free. From, Joyce Answer: Hi Joyce. Yes, you are likely to start seeing the term “de-glutenized wheat” and “de-glutenized wheat starch” on product ingredient labels. Read more…

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G-Free Foodie Recipe Contest Winners!

Our Eat Well Event & Gluten Free Recipe Contest were a huge success!  I’m so excited to announce our winners – and for you to try the recipes we loved!  Congrats to our winners – all the entries will be added to our recipe database soon! Here they are: Best Recipe by a Home Cook: Read more…

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Gluten Free Drugs list by GlutenFreeDrugs.com

This list was updated on 1/21/2011 by GlutenFreeDrugs.com – an amazing informational website that is FREE to use – just like G-Free Foodie.  Here’s a little more info about GlutenFreeDrugs.com: Gluten Free Drugs is authored and maintained by a clinical pharmacist as a public service, receiving no compensation whatsoever for providing this information.  Information for Read more…

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G-Free Foodie Review – Annie's

The folks at Annie’s have two labels: Annie’s Homegrown & Annie’s Naturals. I don’t fully understand why there’s two, since both divisions produce natural, flavorful, and mostly organic foods.  The key difference seems to be that Bernie the Bunny is on the Annie’s Homegrown packages, and I like him, so that’s cool. Overall, I’m happy Read more…

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G-Free Foodie Guide – Ingredient Names for Gluten

Use this G-Free Foodie Guide to Ingredient Names for Gluten to locate Gluten in food or cosmetics.  Look for these items, or anything similar on product packaging to avoid Gluten.  Some items, like Oats, can be processed to be Gluten Free (you can find G-Free Steel Cut or Rolled Oats in our online store). Remember, Read more…

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