It seems like there's a gluten-free version of everything these days. Should you be eating gluten-free too? Is it healthier? Check out some common myths, as well as a few helpful tips to know if you're gluten-free below.
Over the past 9 years, the number of Americans going gluten-free has TRIPLED.
Does this mean that more people becoming gluten intolerant? Are they just realizing how uncomfortable they feel after eating certain foods? Or has it just become so over-marketed that people think "gluten-free" means "healthy."
Either way, it’s led to the production of a TON of new “gluten-free” products like gluten-free bread, cereal, pasta, pizza, bagels, muffins, and more.
Not true. It just means that it does not contain any wheat, spelt, barley or rye.
Don’t get me wrong— there is a place for gluten-free products....