Should I Avoid Gluten?
There’s a dilemma in the breadbasket! A growing number of people are being diagnosed with sensitivity to gluten found in grains. Additionally, some are claiming grains might be a culprit in the growing prevalence of certain diseases, like obesity and dementia. Registered Dietitian Carolyn O’Neil explains the issue and provides insight.
Check out this blog post for more information about the standards of gluten-free food.
Find out more information about celiac disease.
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