Gluten Levels in Food: The 20 ppm Debate

Gluten Levels in Food: The 20 ppm Debate

In the United States, 20 parts per million (ppm) has become commonly accepted as the maximum ratio of gluten levels in food deemed safe for people with celiac disease. This premise stems from the U.S. FDA’s rule for packaged foods issued in 2013 that aimed to help...
Claira’s Gluten-free Journey with Nima

Claira’s Gluten-free Journey with Nima

Claira is a 17 year-old from Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania. She uses Nima to feel safe while traveling and eating out. Read how she adjusted to gluten-free life and uses Nima to make an informed decision at restaurants. What’s your food identity, and how do you...
Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free & Meatless

Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free & Meatless

This post is written by Tatjana Mustac. Tatjana is a college ambassador with celiac disease and a native of Queens, NY.  Besides being strictly gluten-free for my journey with celiac disease, I have also become dairy-free and meatless. And of course, I still have a...