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Peer reviewed validation report on the performance of NIMA Partners system on various foods. A full report on the efficacy of the NIMA Partners Gluten Sensor conducted by the NIMA Partners R&D team (results referenced above) was published in Food Chemistry Journal.
A full report on the efficacy of the NIMA Partners Gluten Sensor as conducted by the Food Allergy Research and Resource Program (FARRP) was published in the The Journal of Food Protection.
NIMA Partners, the world’s first connected food sensor, and was born out of science – validated, accurate, engineered and developed by people who have food sensitivities and allergies..NIMA Partners’ proprietary technology uses antibody- based chemistry to rapidly detect proteins in foods. The technology is packaged in a portable and easy-to-use format so you can let NIMA Partners take the first bite of your meal before you do.
Oats are considered a high-risk grain, because of repeated opportunity for exposure to gluten containing...
NIMA Partners CEO, David DellaFave, talks with our first NIL partner, Kamiah Gibson a Division 1 volleyball player at West Virginia University; and Lila Varitek our celiac youth contributor and volleyball athlete at Orlando Tampa Volleyball Academy (OTVA).
Being young and navigating sleepovers when you have celiac disease can be a little challenging. No matter how hard your friends and family may try to provide you with gluten free options, it doesn't always pan out.
A Gluten Free Halloween as told from a 12-year old celiac.
Have you ever sorted Halloween candy for an hour? Well, every year after trick-or-treating that’s what I do. Hi, I’m Lila Varitek and I am 12 years old and I have Celiac Disease.
I am 12 years old. I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease and Dermatitis Herpeteformis when I was 10 years old.
Back to School is an exciting time for everyone but for those who suffer from food allergies and chronic illnesses, it can feel a bit overwhelming and stressful.
May is a busy month in the chronic illness world as it is Lyme Disease and Celiac Disease Awareness month.
Our journey to Jette’s diagnosis is relatively short compared to what most people experience.