Thursday October 21, 2010 | Gluten Free Diets

October 19, 2010 at 10:16 am | Posted in Coming Up | 7 Comments

Food allergies continue to gain awareness in American diets with school systems and airlines banning peanut products. Less is known about another serious condition, called Celiac disease, which requires a Gluten free diet. More restaurants, grocers and cookbooks include gluten free products and diets but what exactly is Celiac disease, who gets it, and how hard is it to live a gluten free life? Frequent guest Chef Peter Reinhart has assembled a panel of experts to teach us about gluten and how to remove it from your diet.

Chef Peter Reinhart
– Chef-on-Assignment, Johnson and Wales University
Nikki Everett – Lead Coordinator, Charlotte Gluten Free Expo 2011
Pat Fogarty – Registered Dietician

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  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Charlotte Talks, Dave Bell. Dave Bell said: RT @CharlotteTalks: Today: A look at #Gluten Free Diets and what it's like to live with #Celiac disease […]

  2. For those without Celiac disease that feel better without gluten in their diet, couldn’t it be that they tend to eat less highly processed foods on the gluten free diet and that this is actually what makes you feel better?

  3. Is there going to be any discussion of local restaurants that are friendly to the gluten-free diet? There are several places that offer GF menus, but I’m always on the lookout for more!

  4. I was diagnosed with food allergies in August of this year. Primarily to grains such as wheat and rye, in addition soy. I’ve been following an antifungal diet. How is the gluten-free diet similar to this diet?

  5. The flying saucer in the university at least has 1 gluten-free beer on their menu.

  6. Always remember “Gluten-Free” products will actually still contain small amounts of Gluten and it’s therefore important to know your own limits. You can read more on my blog.

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  7. A gluten-free diet is used to treat celiac disease. Gluten causes inflammation in the small intestines of people with celiac disease. Eating a gluten-free diet helps people with celiac disease control their signs and symptoms and prevent complications. ^

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