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This Journalist Obviously Knows Very Little About Gluten Free


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Posted 11 February 2014 - 10:03 PM

I would love to comment on this article, but I don't have a facebook account.

 

http://www.10news.co...ten-free-021114

 

The article starts off like this...

 

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It's the "in" thing -- virtually every possible product has a gluten-free option. There's gluten-free girl scout cookies, beer, gluten-free restaurant finders and even gluten-free dating sites.

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If anyone has a facebook account and could comment, we should challenge this journalist to live 3 months on a strict gluten free diet, with all the cross-contamination concerns when eating out etc and then write an article after the experience!

 

I hate bad journalism.


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Posted 12 February 2014 - 06:27 AM

Don't really see anything wrong with the article. Its short, so it doesn't go into great depth. But they do say gluten-free is important for people with celiac. They don't promote it for weight loss or casual use ( fad).

It is " the in thing". I'm glad the author realizes its really for people with Celiac Disease and tries to explain that.
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