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David Greenberg

David Greenberg graduated from NYU with a degree in economics. He has since joined the Good Greens team and become passionate about healthy living and healthy eating. Good Greens is a gluten-free and vegan protein bar company. David partners with other health writers and professionals to share healthy insight around the web. His web site is: http://www.goodgreens.com/.

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Going gluten-free seems to be the newest dietary trend that many people are following, even if it is not mandatory for one’s health. This trend was brought on by an increased number of cases of celiac disease, and gluten sensitivity, also referred to as gluten intolerance. Both diagnoses come with the recommendation of avoiding gluten-containing foods (wheat, rye, barley), however both are different in the way the body is affected.