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June 12, 2010 · Posted in Others

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6 Responses to “Comment Luv, Keyword Luv and Top Commenters”

  1. Economical Compression Stockings on July 28th, 2010 4:21 pm

    This article was very helpful. I am a Psychology major and have an interest in children on the autism spectrum. Gluten free diets are one of the things recommended for these children. I have worked with autism children and also have two autistic cousins. I appreciate the information (especially the list of gluten free foods). Will refer others to this site as well.

  2. Darvin from Organic Food Stores on August 23rd, 2010 6:20 pm

    About a year ago, I began converting my family’s food to organic as much as possible. I have noticed that in the natural and organic food stores I frequent that there are always selections that say “Gluten Free”. However, until now, I never really understood the need for Gluten Free foods, but thanks to you I now understand!
    Darvin @ Organic Food Stores´s last blog .. Natural And Organic Food Stores

  3. Margaret Hemmings on September 14th, 2010 8:20 pm

    Yeast is also a culprit when it comes to these kinds of issues too – there even might be a link to yeast intolerance and autism. I explain all about it in my yeast intolerance symptoms mini – course at .


  4. Roger from tucson foreclosures on November 22nd, 2010 1:40 pm

    I have a friend who really makes sure that his kids stick to a GFCF – gluten free Casein Free diet. I think gluten free food has a lot of benefits especially to children.

  5. Kristina from Foreclosure in AZ on November 25th, 2010 7:23 pm

    This article is really very informative. I would definitely keep a list of these gluten free food.

    However, I didn’t find anything about the symptoms. I would like to know, not just because I am health conscious, but most importantly, as a mother, I should be aware of this so I’ll know if my son is allergic to it or not. Does anyone here has information about it or is there an article that we can get this information from?

  6. Wheat & Gluten Free Diet on December 8th, 2010 10:42 pm

    I discovered I would need to be on a gluten free diet about 4 years ago, just after I had started my own limited flour and sugar diet. Just in the nick of time really. Since then I’ve had a number of tests done and for about 1 year now have been healthy without any flare ups.

    Sites like this are a huge help – they make it easier to find foods that I can eat on a day to day basis and maintain my diet without feeling deprived. Plus I cook a lot now, which means a lot less problems with things like sugar or fat intake (a huge plus!)
    Wheat & Gluten Free Diet´s last blog .. Celiac Disease in the Medical Community