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Celiac Disease or Not, Should I Go Gluten Free?
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Have you ever considered consulting a nutritionist? Or perhaps you are wondering what is a nutritionist? Here are some reasons that you may want to schedule an appointment with one: You’ve recently been diagnosed with Celiac Disease and don’t even know where to begin to change your diet. You’ve been trying to eat gluten-free, but are still plagued with some gastrointestinal issues. You have been eating gluten free for several years, but feel that your menu is boring and lacking variety. You are trying to manage another condition, along with a gluten-free diet, such as diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome, lactose
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