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Hunger Games Star Elizabeth Banks Gives Up the Gluten


Hunger Games star Elizabeth Banks is ditching gluten from her diet. Mostly. Photo: CC--David Shankbone

Celiac.com 09/21/2016 - Hunger Games star Elizabeth Banks is giving up the Gluten. Well, mostly. When it comes to filming, at least, Banks has taken to avoiding rice, pasta, and bread.

Meantime, she emphasizes protein and vegetables, along with plenty of water and tea, coupled with generous amounts of alcohol.

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On her Instagram account, Banks recently shared a photo of some alcoholic drinks at the Democratic National Convention.

More recently, Elizabeth Banks announced that "Step Up All In" director Trish Sie will direct Pitch Perfect 3, the third installment of the franchise previously directed and produced by Banks.

Read more at: DigitalSpy.com.

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