Gluten-free diet gains popularity beyond celiac patients

11/3/2008 | U.S. News & World Report

Surveys show 15% to 25% of people shopping for gluten-free products don't actually have celiac disease. This group includes undiagnosed celiac patients and people with gluten sensitivity who test negative for celiac disease but still feel better eating a gluten-free diet. Most nutritionists say avoiding gluten is not particularly risky for people who don't have celiac disease.

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