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Eating for Health and Happiness: FITTRITION outlines the Benefits of a Gluten Free Diet

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According to the Celiac Disease Foundation, it estimates that 1 in 100 persons worldwide suffer from Celiac disease, a chronic condition causing one's immune system to attack parts of the small intestine when Gluten is present in the digestive system. The side effects of this disease often felt usually include, but are not limited to, cramps, diarrhea, bone pain, and the skin condition dermatitis herpetiformis.

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