Gluten-free is trendy but organic loses steam, nutritionist says

04/23/2014 | U.S. News & World Report

A gluten-free diet is a must for people with celiac disease, but the gluten-free trend is growing as others see it as a healthier option, writes dietitian Toby Amidor, who also argues that organic food is a declining health trend that is being replaced by foods described in terms such as "made from scratch." Amidor writes that gluten-free is beneficial for those who need the diet for medical purposes, but study data so far have not found it is effective for other health issues.

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