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Behaviors measured during attention, demand, and play conditions. In short, well-controlled GFCF dietary trials are difficult to conduct but remain desperately needed in order to inform clinical treatment decisions. So I went to CostCo, bought 25lbs of meat, a bunch of spinach, and started cooking more.
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Rarely a day goes by without new claims that the gluten-free diet can help you lose weight. Celebrities ranging from Oprah Winfrey to Miley Cyrus and of course, diagnosed celiac Elisabeth Hasselbeck maintain that they’ve lost weight gluten-free. Based on those testimonials, plenty of people have adopted a gluten-free diet as a way to shed pounds. But does it really work? If you ask the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics formerly known as the American Dietetic Association, the answer is a firm “no”—according to the group, there’s no proven use for the gluten-free diet beyond celiac disease, and “there is nothing special about a gluten-free diet that can help a person lose weight. Despite that firm “no,” there actually haven’t been any studies considering whether people who eat gluten-free lose weight more readily than people who follow a different diet, although an academy representative speculated that people may lose weight when they eat gluten-free because they can’t find as much food they can eat. However, there is, in fact, some evidence that eating gluten-free can help you lose weight, whether or not you actually have celiac disease. If you do have celiac, several medical studies note that celiacs who are overweight when they’re diagnosed tend to lose weight when they go gluten-free. But if you don’t have the condition, gluten-free weight loss may still work for you. Cardiologist Dr. William Davis, the author of Wheat Belly, tells me he sees the same weight loss sparked by the gluten-free diet in people who don’t have celiac disease: patients lose weight routinely—usually around 15 to 20 pounds in the first month—when they drop wheat from their diets.