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Know Your Gluten Free World
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It’s Mid-Autumn Festival, do you know what is in your mooncake?
Help! What should I pack for lunch?
Quick and easy tips to make your gluten-free meals fun and interesting.
Get the gluten-free conversation started with these helpful letters from parent to teacher.
A short cautionary tale of how I accidentally gluten-ed my celiac child and what I’ve done to make sure this does not ever happen again.
So you know you are not celiac, and you notice you feel less bloated, less discomfort and generally have a happier tummy when you avoid gluten – but you do still get some symptoms occasionally.
Everyone is talking about gluten, but what is it? Unless you are a chef or a baker, you may have no idea of what gluten is or what it does. Let’s take a moment to clear up the magic and mystery about gluten.
Certainly, humble spaghetti sauce should be gluten-free. We were surprised when we double checked the ingredients…
Chinese New Year celebrations are awash in gluten containing foods. Here are some tips for sticking to your gluten-free diet during the holiday.
Celiac disease was originally thought to almost exclusively affect white Europeans, it is now known to be widely distributed worldwide.
An accidental bite of gluten is frustrating. There is no magic pill to stop the reaction. What can you do to help ease the unpleasant symptoms?
Will a gluten-free diet help you lose weight?
You may have heard that traditional sourdough bread is gluten-free, fact or fiction?
Bridget is a Singapore based, UK registered dietitian who runs her own private practice, Nutritional Solutions. She volunteers as nutrition advisor for Singapore Celiac Support Group and Gluten Free Singapore.
Invite your gluten-free friends over! Here are a few great tips for making their time with you safe, relaxing and fun.
Know your ingredients! The wrong Oyster Sauce may be adding wheat your gluten-free dish.
Oats are technically gluten-free so why are they on the forbidden list?
Soy (Soya) sauce is almost always off limits on a gluten-free diet. It isn’t the soya beans, it is the way soy sauce is made that is the problem. Read up on the details and watch our handy explainer video.
Meet Dr. Brian Schwender, Medical Advisor for Gluten Free Singapore. Dr. Schwender is an American Board Certified physician in both Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology & Hepatology.