Celiac.com 06/09/2016 - If you're a fad gluten-free dieter, especially one who hasn't been diagnosed with celiac disease, then definitely don't plan on preaching your gospel to Anthony Bourdain.
AdWeek recently spoke with the celebrity chef, writer and host of CNN's Emmy Award-winning series Parts Unknown.
Of gluten-free proselytizers, he says: "Look, before you start boring me to death at a party about how you got gluten-free, you know, if you think you have a disease as serious as celiac disease, shouldn't you see a f#&$^%# doctor before you make this big move?"
Honestly, he says, "I don't think half of these people even understand what they're talking about."
Bourdain has one thing right. If you suspect you have celiac disease, then definitely consult a doctor. Otherwise, if he is around, maybe just quietly eat your quinoa.
Read the full interview at AdWeek.