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Almost 40 years ago I became aware that some people who have to live wheat free.
What’s good for most of us can be harmful for a few. Proper diagnosis should be done by a qualified medical provider as gluten intolerance or celiac disease is often confused with wheat allergy. This column isn’t about medical advice. My goal is to increase awareness of the challenges of living wheat free and offer some guidelines.
Wheat flour can be found in so many products that you would not suspect. Ice cream, ketchup, hot dogs and even food supplements can contain wheat.
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