Gluten-free diet could increase risk of heart disease

A new study published in the BMJ has found that a gluten-free diet could raise one’s risk of developing heart disease, reports Fox News.

Going gluten-free has gained popularity in recent years, but in the study, researchers recommend that only those with celiac disease should adopt the diet, not just anyone.

Whole grains are highly associated with lowering the risk of heart disease and are an important part of maintaining a healthy diet.

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