Buzzworthy- Scientific studies have concluded that sensitivity to gluten for people who do not have Celiac disease may be completely psychological.
Now don't get me wrong. Celiac disease very much is real. There are people that are truly allergic to gluten and should not eat it. If I had to guess I would say that makes up about 1% of people that are gluten free or claim gluten insensitivity.
If you stand for nothing you'll fall for anything. I stand for eating whatever the fuck I want. Sure, I try to watch what I eat, but I don't scour grocery stores for every label that says 'organic' or 'gluten free'. You've all been sold a huge bag of gluten free bullshit. Got to give these advertising companies their recognition though. Masterful marketing job.
Look at the list above. This is like when you scroll through WebMD when you have a rash and conclude that you have ebola. So if I feel tired after I eat, or get migraines, or feel pain, or get anxious, or have ADD then I am gluten intolerant? That's quite the list. Maybe they should add 'wake up with an erection' or 'have to shit after you drink coffee'. Those are like the only things missing. How did such a bullshit marketing plan go so viral?
The best part about it is that people don't even know what the fuck gluten is. Don't get me wrong, neither do I, but I don't claim it affects my quality of life. You either have a disease or you don't. You can't be like "well, I ate a sandwich one time and felt sick after. So I am now gluten free". Such hippie nonsense. I hope these people know that, while they think they are better than everyone for avoiding something that more than likely makes food taste better, the rational thinking public just thinks they are assholes. Avoid the gluten free asshole at all costs, and if you see him/her in the grocery store 'accidentally' trip them. If you see someone at a restaurant ask the waitress "is that gluten free?" you have been given the green light to, at the very least, kill them in cold blood….or you can just show them this study.
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