Taylor Swift And Calvin Harris Enjoys Gluten Free Diet
May 28, 2015 09:33 AM EDT | By Jackie Lyn Pasaol
Couple of the moment Taylor Swift And Calvin Harris, went for a healthy gastronomical treat savorig Gluten- Free Pizza.
According to E, Swift and her new boyfriend Harris was spotted last Tuesday night at L'asso on Kenmare and Mott Street dating in a small pizza place.
The ambassador of tourism, Taylor Swift happened to be in New York and Swift's Scottish boyfriend Calvin Harris took her out for a healthy dinner. A source told E! that the couple ordered salad and unexpectedly also ordered two "gluten-free pizzas." The famous couple have recently been converts to a gluten-free diet.
Owing to the fact that this diet is getting popular, there are a lot of restaurants in New York City offering Gluten-Free Pizzas on their menu.
According to research, gluten-free diet is recommended for people with celiac disease- an autoimmune disorder. This disease affected numerous American people. As stated by National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA), an estimated 1 in 133 Americans, or about 1% of the population, has celiac disease.
UW Health reports that a study also shows that Gluten- Free diet claims to be effective in weight loss and can increase energy level. It comes as no surprise that there are a huge number of people and celebrities that now opt for a gluten- free diet.
So for Swift and Harris, the healthy date however could not withold a vibe of the sweet kind. The couple looked sweeter that sugar as they held hands and were very affectionate to each other. When the pizza was served,Taylor placed a slice of pizza on Calvin's plate then she took another one for herself.
A close friend of Harris believes, ''They have a mutual respect for one another. They understand one another. They are on the same level and that's been a good starting point for both of them.''
And maybe that also includes Gluten- Free Diet.
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