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4 Your Health: Being "liked" doesn't make you happy and a reason not to stay gluten free

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Tucson- People who do not suffer from celiac disease should not avoid gluten.

Many people without celiac disease have adopted a gluten-free diet as a way to improve their heart health. But a new study of over 100-thousand adults found that eliminating gluten did not lower their long-term risk of heart disease.

Gluten-free diets also reduced their consumption of whole grains which are good for the heart.

Likes don't make you like yourself

A new study reveals getting "likes" on social media does not make you feel better.

A survey of 340 twitter and Facebook users found those who said they purposely try to get more likes on their posts were more likely to have low self-esteem and be less trusting.

In addition to those revelations, positive feedback did not make people feel better about themselves or lift their mood when they were down.

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