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Can people who are gluten sensitive eat gluten?

Amy E. Myers, MD
Family Medicine
If you are diagnosed with gluten sensitivity, you shouldn't eat gluten as you may experience harmful symptoms on a molecular level that you aren't even conscious of. Watch as functional medicine specialist Amy Myers, MD, explains this concept.

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