Data: Interest in gluten-free eating has not waned

Wellness and taste are the main reasons, according to report.

Americans have never before been more conscious of diet ideology. According to the Hartman Group’s latest Health and Wellness report, these various experimental approaches mean that the act of eating is more intentional than ever. While paleo, low-carb and keto diets, juicing and intermittent fasting are catching on, gluten-free has shown its staying power and is gaining more fans all the time, perhaps more than any other way of eating.

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