Gluten-free diets popular, but hold few benefits

by Faima Ramírez

Gluten-free food options are becoming a staple at grocery stores, restaurants, and university dining halls.

A recent poll shows thirty percent of Americans want to cut down on or eliminate gluten from their diets. At UNC, students are jumping on this food trend with wellness and weight loss goals.

Faima Ramírez talks to experts and users about the myths and truths of the gluten-free hype.

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