Gluten-Free is definitely popping up more and more all over the world. It isn’t just something seen on menus in cities like New York and Los Angeles. Although they were definitely ahead of the curve, small cities all around the country are offering gluten-free options. This is, of course, extremely important and wonderful for those at have the auto-immune disease – celiacs. But what if riding the wave of the gluten-free diet may actually be bad for you if you don’t have celiacs.
We have been told and shown all of the positive benefits that come with following a gluten-free diet, but it is also equally important to education yourself on the negative effects, as well, before making a decision for yourself and your family.
The below information from Men’s Health, I found very interesting on what possible negative effects there are from a gluten-free diet. The largest concern is a lack of Fiber. Read on to learn why and what happens when you don’t get enough fiber in your diet.
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