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A recent study by the NPD Group found that almost one-third of Americans are avoiding gluten or have eliminated it from their diet completely.While awareness of the gluten-free lifestyle is growing, many people are finding that their level of adherence to a gluten-free diet is heavily influenced by social interactions.Researchers have found that people suffer higher rates of anxiety and fear related to following a gluten-free diet, and that it is hard for those who are gluten-free to strictly adhere to their diet in social situations.“Being diagnosed with gluten intolerance myself, I know there can be various social limitations when someone is dealing with special dietary restrictions on a date, especially when you are meeting someone new and going out to restaurants often,” said , Founder.

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People with the disease constantly have to watch their diet which is often connected to social situations, specifically dating circumstances.

Well, then you might be interested in checking out the newest dating site to hit the web – Started by two friends, one with celiac disease and one with non-celiac gluten sensitivity (‘gluten sensitivity’), the site’s goal is to bring people living the gluten-free lifestyle together.

"Being diagnosed with celiac disease myself, I know that there can be a host of embarrassing situations that arise when dealing with special dietary needs on a date - especially when you are meeting someone new and going out to restaurants often.

Gluten intolerance and sensitivity have been proven to negatively influence social behavior in areas such as travel, work, dating, parties, group meals and sharing traditional ethnic cuisine.

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When members of the Canadian Celiac Association were surveyed, it was found that 81% avoided restaurants, 38% avoided travel and 91% brought their own gluten-free food with them when traveling due to the difficulties of maintaining a gluten-free diet.

Children commonly will also have irritability, dental damage, along with stunted growth due to the lack of absorption of food nutrients in the small intestine.