Are there health consequences to a gluten-free diet?

07/31/2013 | San Diego Union-Tribune

Nutrition experts say that although celiac disease patients require a gluten-free diet, others who may not should consider some potential drawbacks to the lifestyle. A gluten-free diet can leave people short on nutrients such as calcium, iron, fiber and niacin, so it is important to find healthy alternative foods that include them. "Some find that cutting out gluten helps them avoid the temptation of empty-calorie processed snack foods that they want to eliminate," said dietitian Janice Baker. But she noted those foods must be replaced with healthful alternatives to reap benefits from going gluten-free.

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