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Gluten-Free Diet Often Difficult for Celiac Patients

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For patients with celiac disease, eating a diet that's free of gluten can be tricky. But if you can get savvy at managing your diet, you'll enjoy a better quality of life. British researchers examined the diets of celiac disease patients and found that ...

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With just a little bit of guidance (focusing on the perishables departments: Seafood, produce, dairy, meat, etc.) I think more and more Celiacs would find that a gluten free diet is just as economical as any other diet. Their favorite stores have thousands of gluten free items that have been inherently gluten free for thousands of years.

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