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Gluten-free Kourtney Kardashian Rocks AP Bikini in St. Barts

Celiac.com 09/17/2015 - This week in gluten-free celebrity news, Kourtney Kardashian rocks an eye-popping Agent Provocature bikini as she frolics in the summer surf in St. Barts.

Kourtney Kardashian. Photo: CC--Glenn FrancisKourtney Kardashian was in St Barts earlier this month, showing off her killer post-baby curves while shooting scenes for Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

According to UsWeekly, the fit mother of three has been eating only organic, gluten-free foods and doing strict portion control to return to her pre-pregnancy size.

Meanwhile, Rosanna Davison is drawing heat for making claims that link gluten consumption to autism, arthritis and schizophrenia.

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Initially, the former Miss World posted that the had given up gluten after finding that it gave her a skin rash and upset her stomach. So far so good.

But when she added that her husband had been healing from rheumatoid arthritis after ditching gluten, the internets erupted with their particular brand of instant fury.

Arthritis Ireland tweeted that: no evidence to suggest that the serious auto-immune disease of #RA can be managed through a gluten-free diet.

While RTE journalist Philip Boucher-Hayes called Davison's comments "dangerous nonsense…with real world implications for people's health and wallets."

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dappy
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21 Sep 2015 7:26:30 AM PST
Please find some better example of good effects from "needing" and following a GF diet. There's enough exposure for these vacuous "entertainers" to fill many lifetimes.

 
jax
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21 Sep 2015 12:51:44 PM PST
I totally!agree with Dappy's comments. These over-exposed celebrities are GF by choice and probably have personal chefs preparing their GF food!

 
Wendy
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21 Sep 2015 3:04:34 PM PST
I can stomach hearing about Kim K's gluten free diet, but do I really have to hear about her bikini? I thought I was relatively safe from pornographic headlines at celiac.com. Not sure what the point of this article is.

 
Cindy
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23 Sep 2015 8:45:06 PM PST
Agreed - this is the type of article one that caters to the less intelligent. Surprised there aren't more important things to write about concerning celiac disease. Celiac.com is really going down hill. Very disappointed!

 
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24 Sep 2015 4:08:46 PM PST
Please see:
http://www.celiac.com/articles/24096/1/Why-All-the-Hate-for-Gluten-free-Celebrities/Page1.html




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