"Healthy" Nutrition Labels To Avoid (Page 3)


2. Gluten-Free

If you don’t have celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, think twice before ditching gluten: being gluten-free doesn’t automatically make a product better for you. Gluten-free products can vary greatly in the amount of fat, protein and other nutrients they contain. Some gluten-free breads have up to 13 times more fat and 16 times more protein than others, according to a recent study that compared 11 different gluten-free breads.

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