Get ready for the holidays with GlutenTox!

We have good times with friends and family on our mind here at GlutenTox HQ. We’re sure you are looking forward to the rounds of parties, buffets and happy snacking that fill the season as much as we are. We want to help you have an enjoyable holiday. You’ll find gluten free recipes, and a […]

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The FDA has spoken!

If you’ve checked your Twitter feed today, you may have noticed one trending topic: the FDA has issued a ruling defining the term “gluten-free” for voluntary food labeling. Here at Emport, LLC, we’re very excited about the new ruling. We know you might not have time to read all 95 pages of it, so here […]

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If you like baking with gluten, how do you bake gluten-free?

A very overdue post today, courtesy of one of Emport LLC’s very own team members, Steph. While Steph doesn’t have any food intolerances, several of her loved ones must avoid gluten. How does she handle baking treats for them, when her usual recipes won’t work? Read on to find out! Gluten intolerance and sensitivity has […]

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Looking for GlutenTox in Canada?

We know it’s historically been difficult for those of you in Canada to access GlutenTox for your testing needs. That’s why we’re so happy to share a new website with you: www.glutentox.net If you are purchasing GlutenTox Home and would like it to ship to a Canadian address, you can order directly on glutentox.net and […]

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We Love Gluten-Free! Winter Newsletter

If you aren’t on our mailing list, you may not have seen our most recent newsletter. Not to fear! You can check out all the latest news about GlutenTox online. Some highlights from our newsletter include: Affiliate Action: If you think your readers, patients, clients, or friends might benefit from GlutenTox, there’s an easy way […]

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Are Gluten Traces in GF Foods a Risk for Celiacs?

A very interesting article in the January issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition asks a compelling question in its very title: Might gluten traces in wheat substitutes pose a risk in patients with celiac disease? The study evaluated gluten-free foods from four European countries where Codex Alimentarius guidelines are followed for the labeling […]

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Differing Opinions on Gluten Analysis Research

Recently an article was published in the American Journal of Nutrition detailing the gluten content of a variety of different gluten-free foods available for sale across several European countries. Reassuringly, the study found that the overwhelming majority of products available were not only below the Codex Alimentarius guidelines of 20ppm or less detectable gluten, but […]

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A Long Overdue Update!

Oh goodness. Happy 2013 everyone! It’s been quite some time since we’ve updated here, and it’s hard to believe we’re already in 2013. There are some exciting things underway for GlutenTox this year, and we’ll be sure to keep you posted about those as they arise. For now, though, we want to shed a little […]

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