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The Challenges and Benefits of Living Gluten-Free


While the debate in the scientific community still rages over these theories, it is an indisputable fact that a gluten-free diet works for people with celiac disease, and may offer significant health benefits for many others. It is also far easier and convenient today for people to try a gluten-free diet for themselves and their families, in order to make up their own minds about it.

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