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Balance Bars Dark
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Balance Bar's Balance Bar Dark line is certified gluten free. As with its other products, these new bars are made in-line with the company's 40-30-30 approach to nutrition. I tried the gluten free Dark Chocolate Crunch flavor.

Submitted on May 13, 2013

Amy's Gluten Free Rice Crust Pizza
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Amy's Gluten Free Rice Crust Pizza has been around for a long time. It has a unique taste (in my opinion thanks to the sunflower seeds in the crust), but it's really yummy. My husband and son both enjoy it. That being said, we still prefer making our own pizza from any of several pizza crust mixes.

Submitted on Mar 07, 2013

NuGo Gluten Free Bars
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NuGo has many gluten free bars. I recently tried the Dark Chocolate Crunch and NuGo Dark Mocha Chocolate. I found both of them to be good. NuGo Dark Mocha Chocolate definitely had a dark chocolate and coffee taste come through that I really liked, but it was strong so it's hard for me to guess how likely it will appeal to others.

Submitted on May 21, 2013

Gluten is More Difficult to Digest Than Other Proteins
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Gluten is not digested as well as other proteins. Most proteins are reduced to a one or two amino acids during digestion, while gluten is left a 33 amino acid peptide chain when it hits the small intestine. Researchers from Australia announced in 2010 that they found (Continue Reading)

Submitted on Feb 22, 2013

Gluten Free Salad Dressings
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Gluten-free salad dressings are one of the easiest gluten-free products to find. Below is a list of several major producers that make it easy to figure out what is safe for someone on a gluten-free diet.


Wishbone, a Unilever company, considers itself itself to be true labeling. It's online automated assistant states that "wheat flour, rye, barley, oats, and malt" will be clearly marked on the label.

Submitted on Mar 09, 2011

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