Nowadays most grocery stores are devoted to providing gluten-free products to their customers. But still, gluten can be found in some popular staples of our daily diets. For instance, rice is a common staple that we are using daily on our food menu. So, we all should know whether it is gluten-free or not.

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Those who are intolerant to gluten can face the problem by consuming it. That’s why it is very important to know which foods are gluten-free to avoid any health complications. Try to check the food labels before purchasing them so that allergy and food sensitivity tests will zero in them.

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Recently researchers found a disorder that produces an uncomfortable inflammatory response due to gluten digestion. Dietician Keri Glassman said, “Gliadins and glutenins are the two components of gluten that can cause a reaction. And there are many different reactions to gluten and wheat.”

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People like to go gluten-free due to non-celiac gluten intolerance. Glassman explained, “This occurs when people test negative for celiac disease and wheat allergies, but experience negative symptoms after eating foods with gluten,” Glassman also added, “Neither an allergic nor autoimmune response can be identified, and this is not a true allergy, but unlike most intolerances, this does likely activate an innate immune response in the gut and is not just digestive discomfort.”