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The gluten-free (GF) products market represents one of the most prosperous markets in the field of food and beverages in the immediate future. Historically, counselling for celiac disease has focused on the absence of gluten in foods, however the nutritional quality of GF foodstuffs is an important aspect to...


Girls who eat breakfast every day are less likely to be overweight than those who skip breakfast, according to a study published in ...


There are no fewer than 100 types of diets posted on WebMD’s list of  “Weight Loss and ...


We know that almost a third of the population has a genetic predisposition to celiac disease, in that they have particular versions (DQ2 or DQ8) of a cellular receptor called the human leukocyte antigen (HLA). But why do only a fraction of those with this predisposition actually develop the disease?...


We see the gluten-free label everywhere, leading us to believe that there must be something inherently wrong with wheat. But is gluten really all that bad for us?  Read blog


Check out our latest educational offering: a self-study module entitled,

"Wheat, Gluten and Health: The Science Behind Gut Health and Food Intolerances."

This self-study module features noted carbohydrate expert and nutrition educator Julie Miller Jones, Distinguished Scholar and Professor Emerita of nutrition in the Department of Family, Consumer and Nutritional Sciences at the St. Catherine University in St. Paul, MN.

Dr. Jones presents the science, incidence and mechanism behind food intolerances, gluten sensitivity, and celiac disease. She will also examine the claims that a gluten-free diet is healthful for everyone, even those who are not gluten sensitive or who do not have celiac disease.


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In case you’ve missed it, one of the latest nutrition trends among athletes is the Paleolithic diet, or just Paleo for short.  Popularized by Dr. Loren Cordain, it advocates eating only the foods that a caveman would have had access to.  Effectively, this means including only foods that could have been hunted or gathered (fish, meats...