Both the Celiac Disease Foundation and the Mayo Clinic offer comprehensive lists of foods that contain gluten, as well as suggestions for foods that do not. The CDF groups foods by ingredients that contain gluten, as wel... More »

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The Celiac Disease Foundation webpage has a list of foods that do contain gluten. In general, foods that contain gluten include wheat, rye, barely, triticale, malt, brewer's yeast and wheat starch. Derivative ingredients... More »

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Gluten is a protein that is found in grains including wheat, rye and barley. A less-common grain called triticale, which is a cross between wheat and rye, also contains gluten. Any processed foods that contain ingredient... More »

The Celiac Disease Foundation webpage has a list of foods that do contain gluten. In general, foods that contain gluten include wheat, rye, barely, triticale, malt, brewer's yeast and wheat starch. Derivative ingredients... More »

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Many health websites, such as WebMD and Healthline, provide lists of foods that are high in oxalate. Foods that have high oxalate content are also listed on the websites of several health institutions, including Universi... More »

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Some online sources like Doctor Oz and the National Institutes of Health Office of Dietary Supplements offer lists of foods that are rich in the mineral magnesium. Some of these foods include kidney beans, bananas, almon... More »

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Grains and grain products, particularly wheat, barley and rye, contain high amounts of gluten, which exists in grains as a protein. Some grains, such as corn, millet and sorghum, do not contain gluten, but it can be foun... More »

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