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Just because a food is labeled gluten-free doesn’t mean that it is healthier than a similar gluten-containing counterpart. A processed food labeled gluten free is generally still junk food. But because the gluten-free label has developed a reputation for somehow being more health-conscious, it’s easy to be fooled.
Rather than seeking out foods with gluten-free labels, seek out healthy whole foods that don’t come with a laundry list of ingredients that you can’t pronounce or understand. Foods like fresh produce or pasture-raised eggs. Most food that is naturally gluten-free doesn’t come with a label and is a far better option than a product intended to mimic a gluten-containing counterpart.
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