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Whole grains or gluten free?

I have seen conflicting information. Some sites say to eat only whole grains. Others say to be gluten free. Which is best?



Community Answers

  1. Sneed says:

    Neither is “best” and no one can answer this question for you. You just have to try different diets to determine if any make a difference. Unfortunately, it takes a while to find out and if you change any other variables while you are trying you won’t learn anything useful. Having been dealing with this since 1999 I can tell you that the ONLY way to find out if something makes a difference is to keep everything else the same while you’re experimenting.

  2. Lauren Tucker moderator says:

    Dawnnvg,
    We are glad you reached out with your question. While different lifestyle changes do work differently for everyone, I hope others in the community chime in with some support and information.
    In the meantime I thought these articles would be helpful:
    “Pros and Cons of a Gluten Free Diet” https://rheumatoidarthritis.net/nutrition/pros-cons-gluten-free-diet-ra/

    “Top 9 Gluten-Free Whole Grains You’ve Got To Try!”
    https://rheumatoidarthritis.net/nutrition/top-9-gluten-free-whole-grains-youve-got-to-try/

    We are glad to have you part of our community and please keep us updated!

    Best Wishes,
    Lauren (RheumatoidArthritis.net Team)

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