A new study concludes that gluten-free foods for children have questionable nutritional quality overall.
The researchers sampled 350 products marketed to kids.
The gluten-free foods had lower levels of sodium and lower percentages of fat.
However, those very same foods had almost 40-percent more sugar.
The researchers say it's essential parents read the label, especially if a gluten-free diet is not medically required.
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