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The Rising Popularity of the Gluten-Free Diet

The growth in the gluten-free food market is unprecedented. In 2014, the gluten-free market was worth $2.84 billion. It seems this is only the beginning of its growth, and by 2021, the market is expected to be worth $4.89 billion. Gluten intolerance is a part of life for many and for some people it is Read More... The post The Rising Popularity of the Gluten-Free Diet appeared first on MUSCLETRANSFORM.
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