Will cutting gluten out of my diet make me healthier?

Cutting gluten out of your diet is not necessary for health if you do not have celiac disease, or a sensitivity to gluten. If you have celiac disease avoiding gluten is necessary and will make you healthier. In many cases people who do not have celiac disease but stop eating gluten report improved health and many times it is due to replacing those foods with healthier options. If you are concerned about celiac disease make sure you talk with your healthcare provider.

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