Those of us who can’t tolerate gluten must keep track of everything we put into our mouths (even if we can’t swallow it). So yes, we have to worry a little about gluten in toothpaste. Fortunately, there are several available gluten-free kinds of toothpaste. In fact, the chances are good that the one you are using is considered gluten-free to a generally accepted limit of 20 parts per million.
Aquafresh: Aquafresh toothpaste does not contain gluten as a direct ingredient. However, we cannot exclude trace levels of gluten in these products for manufacturing processes.
Colgate Total: Colgate Total toothpaste does not contain gluten. Colgate ensures all ingredients used within our formulas are not derived from gluten sources. There is no cross-contamination of ingredients or products with sources of gluten at their suppliers’ or their own manufacturing facilities.
Desert Essence: All toothpaste from Desert Essence is gluten-free and fluoride-free. I’m a big fan of this brand.
Sensodyne: Sensodyne products do not contain gluten as a direct ingredient. However, they cannot exclude the presence of trace amounts of gluten in these products due to third-party manufacturing processes because GSK Consumer Healthcare does not test the final products for gluten.
Tanner’s Tasty Paste: No fluoride, safe to swallow, no saccharin, no sodium lauryl sulfate, no artificial colors, no artificial flavors, sugar & gluten-free, none foaming formula, no minty aftertaste, great mild tasting vanilla.
Tom’s of Maine: All of the products manufactured by Tom’s of Maine are currently are gluten-free.