Removing wheat from your diet can be tricky sometimes. Learning to healthy and gluten free is very different than just eating everything that is gluten free full of pre-packaged foods. Healing your body should be a priority when you have celiac disease.
In the US, the FDA has stated that in order for something to be labeled as gluten free it can have up to 20 ppm of gluten in its products. The challenge becomes when companies make mistakes and have not taken the proper precautions to protect my health as a celiac, so it is imperative that I become much more diligent and understand that my health is my responsibility - it’s no one else’s!
I'm not celiac, but I am trying to heal my gut, and have negative side effects when eating gluten and dairy (and I quit sugar!). This bakery sounds like home: Jennifer's Way Bakery | Gluten Free Bakery NYC, Jennifer Esposito
People with gluten intolerance and sensitives may still not feel 100% better after going gluten-free. Why? Because your gut still needs time to heal after of the abuse felt by that bully gluten. Here are some ways to help your gut in the healing process.