Gluten can hide in foods as diverse as salad dressing and low-fat sour cream and can be in foods that have been cross-contaminated. Gluten is typically known to be in Wheat, Rye, and Barley, but there are dozens of ingredients that contain gluten. Here’s a list of gluten’s many disguises:
Bran, coloring, couscous, graham, hydrolized, Kamut, Malt, Bulgur, Durham, Oatmeal (unless specifically labeled GF) Natural Flavors, Soy Sauce, Spelt, Starch, Vegetable Protein, Cocoa and chocolate products, Commercial dairy products, Malted drinks and powders, Marzipan, Packaged bread mixes, Packaged cake mixes, Packaged frosting mixes, Pastry fillings, Pie fillings, Seasoning mixes, Some baking powders, and some cake decorating products like sprinkles.
Many people avoid gluten due to celiac disease, but a lot of people avoid it due to sensitivity. There are millions of people who are sensitive to it and don’t even know it. It is highly recommended to get a Cyrex array 3 test to check for sensitivity. Gluten can really wreak havoc on your body as well as your brain