Don’t Blame the Gluten

There’s no evidence that gluten, a protein found in wheat and some other cereal grains, causes digestive problems in people who don’t have a gluten-related disorder (celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity), according to the first double-blind randomized controlled trial to put this dietary fad to the test. Many people, including a number of celebrities […]

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