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Celiac Disease could mean no gluten in food - Today's THV

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Celiac Disease could mean no gluten in food

Today's THV

A growing number of people across the nation are being forced to give up things containing wheat, cause they have a autoimmune disorder called Celiac ...

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People can develop celiac disease later in life The Free Lance-Star

Gluten-Free Diet May Not Be the Best Choice for Everyone Consumer Affairs

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The consumer affairs article is laughable. No really if you haven't read it, do so now.

It may surprise trendy eaters to learn that obesity is one of the most common side effects of a gluten-free diet.

My husband would love to put on weight. He can't do it.

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The consumer affairs article is laughable. No really if you haven't read it, do so now.

Agreed! Call me suspicious (and I am), but that article smacks of someone with something to lose; like huge profits. It seems to have the fingerprints of the wheat industry all over it. :angry:

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Agreed! Call me suspicious (and I am), but that article smacks of someone with something to lose; like huge profits. It seems to have the fingerprints of the wheat industry all over it. :angry:

I thought it sounded like someone who spent 5 minutes on the internet reading about gluten-free and made themselves an expert. I've read everything I can get my hands on for the last 5 years and feel I'm no where near an expert.

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The Todays THV one made me laugh and cry. The WORST written article I've ever seen in my life. Wow.

It seriously reads like something a 4th grader would be asked to correct on a grammar test. :ph34r:

And this is a news station.

Consumer Affairs is either ignorance or willful maliciousness. The fact is that huge portions of the populace have gluten issues. Half if not everyone...but I don't have to tell you guys that do I? B)

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