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HOW TO MAKE SURE A GLUTEN FREE DIET DOES NOT LEAD TO TYPE 2 DIABETES




Many who choose to eat gluten-free diets mistakenly think gluten-free replacement foods are healthier, when they're not, and can in fact, be antagonists to underlying viral conditions as well as cause type 2 diabetes. Low gluten diets linked to higher risk of type 2 diabetes have proven to increase a person's risk for developing the disease according to research findings from Harvard University.Instead, avoiding gluten-free replacement foods, lowering the fat and eating a high quality, high carbohydrate diet consisting of plant-based foods can reverse type 2 diabetes or at best, prevent the disease. Gluten is a collective term for the protein found in wheat, barley, rye and oats.


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