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Glut

Oversupply; too many units of a product in an area or economy relative to demand. A glut almost always causes the price of the product to drop.
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Celiac disease prevents nutrient absorption and damages the lining of the small intestine when a person eats gluten. Eliminating gluten from any diet is the only way to manage the disorder, according to the University of Chicago's Celiac Disease Center.A
People with perceived gluten sensitives may not have aversions to gluten at all.
Le mais, le riz, le mil, ne contiennent pas de gluten.
I reckon my food bill has tripled since going gluten free.
Lebwohl used data uploaded by users of the portable device Nima Gluten Sensor which are used by restaurateurs to test foods.
There are many surprising foods that may contain gluten: oats (which are gluten-free but often become contaminated in processing), gravies, hot dogs, bouillon cubes, candy (such as licorice) and even some medications and vitamins.
Those who learn they have any sort of gluten intolerance should get used to checking labels, and they should read beyond just the ingredient list.
My husband felt bad about my constantly explaining myself to waiters and managers, and made me a card containing about 21 items that include gluten. I carry this card around and give it to the server before ordering anything.
These include celiac disease, where eating gluten causes the immune system to destroy villi of the small intestine responsible for absorbing nutrients; wheat allergy, which occurs when a person's immune system reacts abnormally to wheat proteins; gluten ataxia, a rare genetic neurological autoimmune condition; and non-celiac gluten sensitivity, where gluten intake can cause generalised symptoms such as fatigue and gut symptoms.
Only four of the 20 correctly identified the days on which they had eaten the muffins with gluten. However, they reported no more symptoms on those days.
The researchers observed no significant differences in terms of age, gender, neuropathy severity, and neuropathy type for patients with painful and not painful gluten neuropathy.