National Gluten Free Day
Respect and admiration for those who must eat a strict diet can be difficult in today’s world of celiac disease and food allergies. Respect and admire those who have to eat a strict diet by celebrating National Gluten Free Day. Gluten, which is a protein found in wheat, rye, and triticale, can cause sensitivities and even serious health problems for some. Celiac disease is a serious condition that causes gluten intolerance. It can be caused by a variety of factors, including autoimmune problems, such as gluten intolerance, and can lead to severe health issues. In 2014, the inaugural day was observed. It is still observed every January on the second Monday in January. Avoid gluten-containing foods such as breads, pasta, crackers, and other bakery products. You can eliminate all wheat and foods that were prepared in wheat-containing facilities, like pasta, breads, crackers, and more.