\" \" Gluten-free products can be found on store shelves nearly everywhere now. According to a study published Jan. 18, 2018 by researchers at the University of Hertfordshire in England, what's replacing the gluten in gluten-free foods may wind up being something that's not very good for you. AdvertisementAdvertisementResearchers at the University of Hertfordshire found that gluten-free products generally contain more fat, sugar and salt than their gluten-filled compatriots. They found among other revelations that gluten-free breads had more than twice the fat content of those that included gluten. The study found that gluten-free foods were 159 percent pricier than standard food products.