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Informative article about gluten:

�Gluten free� products are becoming a regular fixture in health food stores and super markets throughout the world. But, why are so many manufacturers going out of their way to omit this inexpensive, grain-based protein? The current scientific literature offers several compelling reasons: 1) gluten intolerance is increasingly associated with the development and progression of autoimmune conditions such as type 1 diabetes and multiple sclerosis; 2) gluten consumption is capable of causing gastrointestinal discomfort, pain and tiredness even in those not diagnosed with celiac disease; 3) avoiding refined and whole grains containing gluten can improve seemingly unrelated health conditions such as gastroesophageal reflux (GERD). The good news about going gluten free is that it�s easier than ever before. An example can be found on this site�s recipe section. Every single recipe, including the cakes, cereals and muffins are devoid of gluten.

Learn more...https://www.healthyfellow.com/899/going-gluten-free/

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