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Can a high-gluten diet during pregnancy up diabetes risk in kids?

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I suggest you just switch to a gluten-free diet because when I was pregnant, my mom just fed me with vegan gluten-free food. My kid is 4 years old now and there’s no sign of diseases.

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When mothers include gluten containing foods in their diet, the babies are at a risk of Type 1 diabetes. However, eating in moderation isn’t a call for any danger. Your baby’s risk will increase the moment gluten intake is anything near 10g.

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Yes it can. Foods like wheat, barley and rye contain gluten. Gluten is ideally very harmful for the body but if consumed in limits it cannot harm you. 7g of gluten a day is a reasonable amount to keep yourself healthy and protected from any health condition.

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