The dangers of going gluten-free (Maclean’s, September 16, 2013)

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Maclean's Magazine (September 16, 2013)

Cathy Gulli

{TW: Parts of the article conflate weight with health}

[…] There is even suspicion that a “placebo effect” may be at play, adds Vincci Tsui, a registered dietitian in Calgary. “Because when people do switch over to a gluten-free diet, a lot of times it does mean eliminating fast foods, processed foods, refined grains, or it means cooking at home more often, eating more vegetables and fruits,” she explains. “They feel better and they think it is the [avoidance of] gluten when really it may be the fact that they are eating better in general.” […]

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