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Going gluten-free? Things to consider, part 1: Folate

Last spring, I wrote a blog post for Scientific American's guest blog about gluten sensitivity, a condition in which patients without celiac disease exhibit symptoms, such as bloating or fatigue, that improve with a gluten-free diet.

November 28, 2013 — Julianne Wyrick
The other selfie: a single case study experiment on “clean eating”

The other selfie: a single case study experiment on “clean eating”

Since I began routinely reading Scientific American comments online and in the magazine’s letters to the editor, I’ve encountered a recurring theme: Readers lament that the celebrated publication isn’t as scientific as it once was in the fifties or the nineties (depending on who is writing).

October 1, 2013 — Kathleen Raven
Going gluten-free? Things to consider, part 2: Fiber

Going gluten-free? Things to consider, part 2: Fiber

Earlier this week, I started a series of posts about what people should consider when they embark on a gluten-free diet for reasons other than celiac disease, such to alleviate symptoms of a gluten sensitivity.

November 30, 2013 — Julianne Wyrick

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