Go Gluten Free for Less
Only Eat Gluten-free if You Have To
An important thing to determine is if you actually have a gluten sensitivity. Springle says some people adopt a gluten-free diet without really needing one because they think it's healthier which isn't actually true and may even mean less nutrition since it's lacking in fibre. If you don't need to eat gluten-free, eating a well balanced diet with gluten is cheaper. Or you could actually have a wheat sensitivity which is less costly than a gluten one (gluten is the name for storage proteins found in wheat, rye and barley).
Symptoms of celiacs can include bloating, anemia, cramps and fatigue but Springle says it's important not to self-diagnose. Instead, if you think you may have it, see your doctor.