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Gluten Free Advice for 2010 Dietary Guidelines

As shared in last week’s post, the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans were released, as they are every five years.  The guidelines are a roadmap to help Americans eat in a way that is conducive to long term health and vitality.

The biggest obstacle to healthy eating is that consumers don’t want to give up the foods they enjoy…and they don’t have to.  The guidelines are moving away from focusing on single nutrients and specific strategies, such as counting fat grams, and moving back to a dietary approach that puts greater emphasis on overall eating patterns.

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A Gluten-free Take on the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans

The 2010 Dietary Guidelines Committee report is out.  And for the first time in the history of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, the recommendations are based on addressing an overweight/obese population in lieu of a healthy one.  Here’s what they call for. 

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