A recent article in Forbes magazine alleges that gluten-free dining choices encourage eating disorders because of con fusion about what gluten is... EXCERPT: Jodi Krumholz, director of nutrition at The Renfrew Center of Florida, an eating disorder treatment facility, says that some 20% of adults perceive that they have food allergies and intolerances when, in reality, only about 2% actually do. She believes that the trend of gluten-free dieting without being allergic could be indicative of ...

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