I'm gluten-free and survived on nothing but fast food for 5 days — here's what happened
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Starbucks cut its gluten-free breakfast sandwich this month, and angry customers are complaining about it on social media.

This is partly because the gluten-free options for food that can be eaten on the go are extremely limited in the United States.

An estimated 2.7 million Americans follow a gluten-free diet in the US. But despite this, fast-food restaurants have done little to appeal to the growing population of people who avoid foods like bread and pasta made with wheat.

In an effort to...


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