Researchers out of the University of Manitoba presented their findings at “Digestive Diseases Week”. They interviewed 179 participants with either celiac disease or dermatitis herpetiformis (DH), and found that 23% of them failed to correctly identify allowed foods (such as glutinous rice), plus they erred on knowing which foods weren’t allowed (such as spelt). All the respondents felt that they were very good on their gluten-free diets and very educated as to what they could and could not eat.

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