gluten-free


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gluten-free

adj
(Cookery) (of food, a diet, etc) not containing gluten
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gluten-free

[ˌgluːtənˈfriː] ADJsin gluten, libre de gluten
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However, after hearing a testimonial from a celebrity on a late night television show, she is considering adoption of a gluten-free diet.
ClickPress, Tue May 26 2015] North America Gluten-Free Food Market by Application (Gluten-Free Bakery & Confectionery, Gluten-Free Breakfast Cereals, Gluten-Free Snacks, Gluten-Free Baking Mix & Flour, Gluten-Free Meat & Poultry), by Sales Channel - Analysis & Forecast to 2019
COMPARISON OF THE GUT MICROBIOME COMPOSITION OF THE ZEBRAFISH (DANIO RERIO), FED WITH GLUTEN AND GLUTEN-FREE DIETS.
Gluten-Free Baking tackles head-on the most challenging aspect of gluten-free cookery: baking.
For the home cook, the biggest challenge of gluten-free cooking is baking, as gluten affects the texture of cakes and bread.
So, the new gluten-free label, which ensures the reliability of gluten-free products, is a welcome addition on our grocery shelves.
A quarter of the people Consumer Reports surveyed thought gluten-free foods have more vitamins and minerals than other foods.
Ingredient innovator Glanbia Nutritionals announces a major breakthrough in gluten-free purity with the launch of OatPure[TM] gluten-free oats.
After even a short stroll through the grocery store, no one could blame you for thinking that everyone should be on a gluten-free diet.
WHEN the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow and Miley Cyrus announced they were wheat intolerant and followed a gluten-free diet, it didn''t come as a total surprise.
Latest figures show that sales of both gluten-free and wheat-free products have grown in Britain almost 22% in the past year alone, making the industry worth at least PS238million.
Sales of gluten-free foods are at an all-time high but some health experts believe the current trend to cut gluten could be doing us more harm than good.