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Going gluten-free? There may be a downside to skipping heart-healthy grains

Gluten-free may be all the rage, but it may bring unnecessary risks if you donít have celiac disease. Looking to trim your waistline or boost your health by adopting a gluten-free diet? You may want to think twice before you give up the grain. A study in the April issue of The BMJ suggests that a gluten-free diet ó in people who donít have a medical reason to be on one …

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