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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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.
The gluten-free popcorn products market is anticipated to be positively influenced by evolving consumer preferences, and increasing number of new gluten-free popcorn product variants.
HTF MI Analyst have added a new research study on Title Global Gluten Free Foods Market Report 2019 with detailed information of Product Types [Gluten-Free Bakery Products, Gluten-Free Baby Food, Gluten-Free Pasta, Gluten-Free Ready Meals, Industry Segmentation, Convenience Stores, Hotels and Restaurants, Educational Institutions, Hospitals and Drug stores, Specialty Services.
Summary: A new report by FactMR provides a comprehensive outlook on the global gluten-free bread market.
"After that the head chef Paul would take the time to go down and speak to anyone that ordered a gluten-free meal to ask of any improvements.
For anyone planning a dinner party or rustling up a quick meal for friends, the OLD EL PASO Gluten Free Fajita Kit in Smoky BBQ ([pounds sterling]2.99, 462g) is an entirely gluten-free, guaranteed crowd pleaser.
AN AWARD-winning chippy has launched a gluten-free menu.
So when I tell you I've seen firsthand the benefits of going gluten-free: a) believe me, and b) don't ask for too many details, because it sure ain't pretty!
Gluten-free diets related to high levels of arsenic, mercury !-- -- Individuals who adopt a gluten-free diet are putting themselves at risk for uncommonly high levels of arsenic and mercury, according to the findings of a recent study published in Epidemiology.