However, very few people are actually sensitive and I believe most of the benefits to going gluten-free are by-products of the changes inherent in it.
I gave up fried food for Lent one year and it had huge benefits… I didn’t eat ANY fast food, chips, etc. Not going to fast-food places also meant I drank fewer soft drinks – it was as much the ancillary changes as the initial intent that provided the benefits.
Most new diet crazes tend to get dis-proven before long. Hang in there and sugar will be a health food again!
Subjects reported worsening gastrointestinal symptoms no matter which diet they consumed. Data from the study suggested a “nocebo” effect, similar to when people feel symptoms from Wi-Fi and wind turbines, Real Clear Science reported.