How Food Recalls Work

How Food Recalls Work

On February 15, the organic food company Nature’s Path recalled three of its cereal products because they contained undeclared gluten. For people with a serious food allergy, recalls related to the mislabeling of products can be extremely as dangerous. Labels are...
What Celiac Disease Taught Me About Fitness

What Celiac Disease Taught Me About Fitness

This post is written by Nima community member Marissa McCaw. Marissa is a health and fitness enthusiast who lives in Chicago, Illinois. She has been fighting celiac disease for about 10 years and is an active member of the Nima (and gluten-free) community. You can...
Nut-Free Snacks for a Quick Energy Boost

Nut-Free Snacks for a Quick Energy Boost

Whether you’re an athlete looking to take your training to the next level, or you’re experiencing the mid-afternoon workday slump, a quick snack that’s rich in protein, complex carbohydrates and nutrients can give you the energy boost you need to...

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Going Vegetarian or Vegan On a Gluten-free Diet

Going Vegetarian or Vegan On a Gluten-free Diet

Last year, over 139,000 people participated in “Veganuary,” a U.K.-based movement in which participants adopted a vegan or plant-based diet for the month of January. The movement reflects a growing interest in meat-free diets, as documentary films such as Cowspiracy,...