NASHUA, N.H. — Millet, and amaranth, and sorghum. Oh my! That's the reaction of patients sent home with a celiac diagnosis and a list of unfamiliar whole grains that are gluten-free and therefore safe to eat. Some have trouble pronouncing these grains, never mind working them into their diet, so despite their benefits, a portion cut out all grains to keep things manageable. That's why St. Joseph's Hospital here is enlisting the help of Hannaford Supermarkets, Scarborough, Maine. On Feb. ...
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