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Researchers See Drawback to Gluten-Free Diet


Researchers See Drawback to Gluten-Free Diet
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One is that the gluten-free versions of foods that are typically made with gluten (cereals, cakes, crackers) often have lots of sugar, and thus attempting to go gluten-free could inadvertently result in a less healthy diet. One thing that could help: A

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