Gluten-free diet may not be answer for everyone, and must be done right
March 10, 2021
I still remember the first time I heard about the gluten-free diet.
It was from a new acquaintance, well before I had changed my focus in college from culinary arts to nutrition. This acquaintance had a new-to-me autoimmune disease called “celiac.” Her problem was with gluten and she went into detail about how rigorous she had to be in checking spices, sauces and food family made for her.
It had made a life-saving difference for her and I was glad but I thought it was a little strange.
I felt sad that this type of “extreme” change had been forced upon her. I was glad I didn’t h...
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