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Who Should Be Gluten Free?

by Sara Vogt - May 20, 2015

Information, information, information – but what is right for you? The “gluten-free diet” has become something of a fad in recent years, but should you be gluten free? Wellsboro Laurel Health Center is hosting a free community event on Sunday May 31st from 2:00-4:00 pm, entitled “Gluten Free Is As Easy As 1-2-3.” Dr. Jona Lamphier will present a brief educational session on Celiac Disease. May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month. There will also be an opportunity through an open forum to ask questions about your health care concerns with Dr. Lamphier and registered dietician, Kim Steinbacher. Find out how gluten affects people with Celiac Disease and how it may impact your life.

One of the questions to be answered at the event: how can I be gluten free in a small community? To help answer that question, local “gluten-free friendly” businesses such as the Shady Grove Natural Market will be present to show the different options for gluten free diets available in our area.

For more information you may call Margo Kimble at (570) 723-0500 or e-mail her at mkimble@laurelhs.org.

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