Popularity of gluten-free eating moves beyond celiac disease

05/20/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Former Bon Appetit magazine food editor Kristine Kidd says she had digestive problems all her life but they became impossible to ignore a couple of years ago so she tried a gluten-free diet and found her symptoms soon subsided. Going gluten-free has become increasingly popular with people who have not been diagnosed with celiac disease, fueling the growth of gluten-free options in grocery stores and restaurants.

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