I posted about Gluten Free Watch Dog’s negative post about the Nima Sensor a few weeks ago. I posted my opinion and my response, but I thought you might want to read what Nima’s team wrote as well as Celiac.com’s response. This article is published at Celiac.com.
Like I have said many times, I am a huge fan of Nima. I know it has it’s limitations and I wish it could scan my plate for crumbs but it can’t. In my opinion, it’s the best option on the market to help find hidden gluten. Nima with your street smarts is much higher chance of not getting cross contaminated or full on glutened than street smarts alone.
I have been navigating the world of gluten-free for a long time. Thankfully other people have been doing it longer than me and they provided resources, in the beginning, to navigate what to do when I got the diagnosis of Celiac Disease. One of the resources I used was Celiac.com to read about new
Celiac.com is a website that started in 1995 to help people navigate the new diagnosis of Celiac disease. It has been around for a long time. Back when gluten free products tasted like cardboard lol. It has a forum people can ask questions as well as blog articles and research articles.
Here is the article from Celiac.com for you to read. I hope you find it informative and it helps explain the science behind Nima a bit more.