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2. Gluten Free Does Not Mean Less Stomach Upset or Pain
Although removing gluten is vital for those with Celiac disease, many people mistakenly believe that eating less gluten means that all their digestive problems will go out the window. This isn’t always true, however. For some people, yes, if they have true intolerance or sensitivity to gluten (see signs of gluten sensitivity), then ditching the gluten will help them feel better, but for most people, stomach problems lie in unhealthy eating, stress, and antibiotic use. There has been no scientific evidence or studies that show that those who eat a gluten free diet have fewer stomach issues. Most people simply need to change to healthier eating habits, such as eating a plant based diet, consuming as many fresh, raw, organic fruits and veggies as possible, eating more fermented foods, taking probiotics regularly, and eliminating as much sugar and processed foods from their diet as they possibly can. If more people tried this approach, they might find that their stomach and digestion problems disappear.