Going gluten free is one of the latest health crazes and it's become a $10.5 billion industry. While only a small portion of people actually suffer from Celiac Disease, those who can not tolerate any gluten, doctors are finding that more and more people are noticing a gluten sensitivity. "Seventy percent of your immune system is located in your GI-tract, so once you begin eliminating gluten, it can really help improve the over all function," said Dr. Alison Cummings. When starting a gluten free, it's important to remember to check labels. Just because something is gluten free does not mean it has less calories or sugar.
Going Gluten FreeFebruary 5, 2014 Updated Feb 5, 2014 at 11:33 AM EDT
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