Gluten-free diet is not for weight loss, RD says

10/7/2011 | New York Post

Going gluten-free is a necessity for those with celiac disease, but it is not a weight-loss diet, nutrition experts say. Registered dietitian Karen Ansel of the American Dietetic Association says nothing in gluten makes people gain weight, but refined carbohydrates do, and she advises people to choose small portions of healthier, unrefined carbohydrates such as whole wheat and whole grains.

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