39% of "Gluten Free" labeled food in the US contains dangerous amounts of gluten

If you suffer from celiac disease or gluten intolerance even a trace amount of gluten can make you sick. a recent study from Washington State University and the University of Idaho showed that up to 39% of gluten free labeled food in the US contains enough gluten to make you sick. 

Over 20% of foods tested in the US labeled as certified gluten free contain more than 20mg/kg (20ppm) of Gluten.

This is especially concerning knowing that people tend to think their home meals are “safe”.

More concerning is that 39% of gluten free labelled food can result in an immune reaction (over 10ppm).  

HYUN JUNG LEE, ZACH ANDERSON, DOJIN RYU; Gluten Contamination in Foods Labeled as “Gluten Free” in the United States. J Food Prot 1 October 2014; 77 (10): 1830–1833

What if you could protect yourself?

Being sensitive to gluten is no laughing matter, if you suffer from it, you might have celiac disease and suffer from:

  • gluten ataxia (issues with moving)
  • diarrhea
  • chronic inflammatory responses
  • malnutrition
  • dermatitis herpetiformis
  • digestive enzymes reduction
  • bone weakening
  • anemia
  • infertility/miscarriages
  • and various nervous system problems – brain fog and fatigue



The most worrisome part is these lead to a higher risk of autoimmune disease, cardiovascular disease, and cancers – ultimately decreasing your lifespan

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