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The obvious difference is that gluten-free isn't (or shouldn't be) a dietary fad; it's a medical condition, which can be diagnosed via a medical procedure. As I understand it, people diagnosed with Coeliac disease (and one or two other gluten-sensitive medical conditions) by a medical professional have a real reason for avoiding gluten entirely. Almost nobody else does. The proportion of people with diagnosed diseases may trend slightly upwards over time due to better diagnosis rates, but it should be relatively stable.

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