Is There A Gluten Free Version

Dated: 11/30/2015

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This year, I've lost over 40 pounds. A HUGE part of that weight loss was a result of cutting my carbs. While I didn't go "Gluten Free" my awareness of this lifestyle certainly increased. 

Celiac disease is a legitimate dietary concern, and a more generally health-conscious gluten-free movement has been on the rise for years. No matter where you stand on the issue, the message is clear: gluten-free options are here to stay.

Even when it comes to great works of art.

That’s right. French graphic artist Arthur Coulet has created a “Gluten Free Museum” on Tumblr, allowing us to feast our eyes on history’s most classic, well-known artistic masterpieces… sans gluten. He’s removed every trace of bread-like product from works by luminaries such as Grant Wood, Caravaggio, and Vincent Van Gogh.

Click here to enjoy well-known works of art, without having to worry about those pesky carbs.

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