Thirty percent of Americans say they’re trying to reduce or eliminate gluten in their diets. But only about 1 percent of the population has an autoimmune response to gluten. Somewhere in that gap, a diet fad is thriving. There are two groups of people who should definitely avoid gluten: those diagnosed with wheat allergies and…

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