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Is Gluten-Free Diet a Good Advice for Healthy Individuals?

@inproceedings{Aribas2018IsGD,
  title={Is Gluten-Free Diet a Good Advice for Healthy Individuals?},
  author={Merve Aribas and {\"O}zen {\"O}zboy-{\"O}zbaş},
  year={2018}
}
The gluten proteins are the storage proteins of wheat that are responsible for cohesive and viscoelastic properties of dough, withhold gas during fermentation and to set of dough during baking. Gluten also finds place in pet foods and sausage-type products besides bakery. On the health point of view, gluten consumption may cause negative effect for some people who have suffering celiac disease, wheat allergy and non-celiac gluten sensitivity. In some medical journals, media tools and medical… CONTINUE READING

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