The term "gluten-free" used to only be used in vocabularies of food scientists and registered dietitians, but today the topic of gluten is one of the most commonly discussed food trends in the news.
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We're no longer eating the wheat that our parents ate. This has lead to increased systemic inflammation, widespread gluten intolerance and higher rates of celiac disease.
There is some interesting news. It is very likely you are not. Gluten intolerant, that is. Few people really are, few really have full-blown celiac disease. But it sure is interesting to notice how many want to believe they are.
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