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I am confused about gluten. Have been going gluten free unless the product is organic. Recently, I had seitan at a wonderful vegan restaurant and didn't know what it was. After looking it up, it's "vital wheat gluten". I ate it unknowing and had no reacti

By June 7, 2013 - 11:46am
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We should be concerned bout our eating and food in taking habits so that we have the best and local organic foods which healthy as well as nutritious foods. These organic orchid foods are also gluten free foods and many other foods which should be used in order to proper nutrition and get proper vitamins and minerals from the above gluten free foods.

July 10, 2013 - 10:01pm
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Hi Kimberly

Thanks for your post!

Only about one percent of the population have a true allergy to gluten; this is called celiac disease.

Others have what's called a sensitivity to gluten, meaning that sometimes they don't feel good after eating meals containing wheat.

But these people can often eat gluten and not feel any adverse effects on some days and this may be the case with you.



June 7, 2013 - 12:30pm
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