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Scary truth behind the gluten-free diet


Scary truth behind the gluten-free diet
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We all have that one friend who refuses to go near bread. He or she strives to adhere to a gluten-free lifestyle, a diet trend that seems to be growing.Your friend might say they're allergic or have an intolerance to gluten. But in reality, so few people have a gluten allergy (or celiac disease), that your friend is probably not one of them.Even though they don't need to be following a gluten-free diet, they may still think their diet is working. Your friend may say they feel much healthier after omitting breads and other foods -- but doctors warn that is all psychological.That's because many times, when someone decides to go gluten free, they're changing a lot of their lifestyle. So it's not just them staying away from pasta -- it could be a 100 other factors as well.So, what are doctors advising? Don't diagnose yourself! You could be doing more harm than good -- you could be dieting incorrectly!Scroll through to learn more dieting tips:how to keep your diet at the officehow to keep your diet at the officeFind a work mom or dad.

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