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Ask the doctor: Finding fiber in wheat-free diets

Wheat is a good source of fiber, but it contains a protein called gluten. Sensitivity to gluten can cause gas, bloating, belly cramps, milder diarrhea, and fatigue, and severe cases can lead to celiac disease.

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