Gluten Free Society Blog

Choline Deficiency & Gluten

Choline and Gluten Gluten sensitivity is a common cause of malabsorption and nutritional deficiency.  Choline is no exception to this rule.  While choline has existed just as long as any other nutrient, it has only recently started to get some well deserved attention.  Choline was only recognized as an essential nutrient by the Food and […]

A Guide for Gluten Free Cereal

Gluten Free Cereal Cereal is a breakfast staple, but if you are living a gluten free lifestyle, cereal might be quite literally off the table! There are quite a few gluten free cereals available, but the vast majority are not recommended or for a number of reasons: They taste terrible. They have unhealthy ingredients you […]

Does Gluten Cause Fat Malabsorption?

Does Gluten Cause Fat Malabsorption? Mainstream nutritionists have touted the evils of fat for years. This misinformation campaign has led to the demonization of fat and the popularization of low fat processed foods and low fat diets.   Because of this fat phobia, the problem of fat malabsorption has been largely ignored.  Fat is one of […]

Are Eggs Gluten Free?

Are Eggs Gluten Free? Eggs are an incredibly nutrient dense food. They are a good source of protein and fat as well as B vitamins and choline… but are eggs gluten free? Since chickens eat grains, some people wonder whether eggs are gluten free. However, there is no research that suggests that any glutens or […]

The Best Gluten Free Instant Pot Recipes

The Best Gluten Free Instant Pot Recipes When going gluten-free, the best way to ensure that you aren’t accidentally consuming gluten through cross contamination is to prepare your own meals using healthy whole foods. However, planning and cooking can be daunting tasks for some. One way to simplify meal preparation is with the instant pot. […]