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Therefore, such people need to adopt a "gluten-free diet". A study published in 2004 surveyed more than 1,000 adults with celiac disease and found that they were three times more likely to develop atopic dermatitis, commonly known as eczema, than the general population. Therefore, gluten is also suspected to be one of the triggers of eczema. However, after a full year on the "gluten-free diet", the eczema of these patients did not improve. So, the jury is still out on whether gluten is actually a trigger for eczema. Although only 1% of the population is now sure that they need to adopt a "gluten-free diet", if you search the Internet for a gluten-free diet, you must think that everyone needs to eat "gluten-free". This is because, just like "organic" and "non-GMO", "gluten-free" Photo Manipulation Services is also used by "concerned people" and becomes a good business opportunity. Once a food is labeled "organic," "non-GMO," or "gluten-free," it can be mistaken by uninformed people as healthy, high-end, and stylish. Therefore, the price will of course be advanced and stylish. So full of purses, they couldn't stop laughing. (Side note: According to a study published in 2011 , "gluten-free" foods are 2 to 6 times more expensive than regular foods) Reader Zhai Weili asked the article "Quit the bread! Keep the brain away from inflammation and dementia ", published on the "Life Notes" webpage on January 25, 2019. This article cites a book called Gluten-Free Diet That Keeps You From Getting Sick. It was published in Taiwan on April 9, 2018, and is a translation from "Grain Brain" published in 2013. The book's original author, David Perlmutter, was a physician, but he only published one gluten-related paper in his lifetime. That is to say, in gluten's field of study, he is not even qualified for a kindergarten diploma. However, the book was number one on the New York Times bestseller list. It can be seen that the general public cannot distinguish between true science and false science at all.