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Do You Pay Attention to Gluten in Products?

I've never had to be concerned about dishes containing gluten, although I've certainly noticed a rise in gluten-free products, cookbooks, and blogs over the past few years — like this new book, shown above. Tell me: is eating too much gluten a concern for you?

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GummiBears GummiBears 5 years
I don't pay attention to gluten to be honest. I don't a lot of wheat products like I used to but I don't have any allergies to wheat gluten.
lilkimbo lilkimbo 5 years
No, I don't. I feel like gluten-free has become a fad lately even though it's not necessarily any healthier. (Unless, of course, you have Celiac's, a gluten allergy, or another medical condition that means you have to go gluten free.)
insanitypepper insanitypepper 5 years
No, I don't need a gluten-free diet. I actually use a lot of vital wheat gluten, since it's lower in carbs and higher in protein. The gluten-free foods are still usually off-limits for me, since they just substitute the gluten-containing ingredients with other high-carb ingredients.
Spectra Spectra 5 years
I don't eat a lot of food that would normally contain gluten; so I don't really have to pay attention to it. I prefer to get my grains from popcorn, quinoa, oats, brown rice, and fresh corn. I don't have celiac disease, so if I do eat gluten, it's not like it's a huge deal.
wackdoodle wackdoodle 5 years
Yes I do because I have to -I was finally diagnosed with celiacs after 30 something years of misery. Whenever I find a good healthy wheat free-gluten free cookbook I try to buy it and keep it for ideas when I get bored with the recipes I cook regularly.
bethinabox bethinabox 5 years
I never have before, but one of the girls I'm moving in with this summer is allergic (I think--she doesn't eat it) so I suspect I'll be learning some recipes and foods without it! :)
reggaecupcake reggaecupcake 5 years
i do only because my mom is allergic which probably makes me allergic as well im just to stubborn to get tested or make my diet any crazier! but i do try to watch how much of it i do intake
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