A decade ago when Peggy Wagener was diagnosed with celiac disease, or gluten-intolerance, she said most people didn't know what gluten was, and she felt alone in her quest for information about what foods were safe for her eat. “It was depressing,” said Wagener, who went on to launch Living Without, a magazine for people with food allergies and sensitivities. Today, not only do a growing number of people know about the benefits of gluten-free eating, but one can now
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