There are several brands of cereal that have gluten-free varieties, including Chex and Cream of Rice. Both cold and hot cereals are available so those who want to avoid gluten can do so without giving up a traditional pa... More »

Some cereals that are gluten-free as of 2015 include some varieties of General Mills Chex cereals, Nature's Path cereals, Glutino cereals, Post Foods Fruity Pebbles and Cocoa Pebbles. Although all of these cereals are co... More »

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Popular gluten-free cereals include Kellogg's Rice Krispies, Post's Fruity Pebbles and General Mills Corn Chex. Due to the rise in awareness of gluten intolerance and celiac disease, larger companies now clearly label th... More »

Hot cereals that are low in potassium include Farina, Cream of Wheat and Cream of Rice. A cold cereal with low levels of potassium is Kellogg's Rice Krispies. More »

Rice grows wild in Southeast Asia, but it is believed to have originated in Thailand in 4000 BC. From that point on, people learned to grow rice in China, India, Greece, North Africa, Egypt, South Africa, East Africa and... More »

Rice that typically has less arsenic in it is the white basmati rice from California, India and Pakistan, according to Laura Jeffers, MEd, RD, LD, of Cleveland Clinic. Rinsing rice helps to lower the arsenic content in m... More »

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Rice is one of a handful of foods that is made from grains and does not contain gluten. This includes all forms of rice, including white, brown, basmati and enriched varieties. Corn flour, cornmeal, grits and soy are als... More »

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