The real reason you feel better on a gluten-free diet
from U.S. News & World Report
Whether you love gluten, hate gluten or have a love-hate relationship with gluten, the data consistently show that the number of Americans who have a medically-indicated reason to avoid eating it is dwarfed by the number of Americans who actually avoid eating it. In my clinical experience, many folks follow a gluten-free diet because they believe eating wheat (and the gluten it contains) is unhealthy, but feel fine if they "slip up."
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