It depends. It is estimated that 1% of the US population has Celiac disease, a severe allergy in which the protein in wheat destroys their intestines, though many are misdiagnosed. For these people gluten-free is not only healthier, but the only way to avoid miserable health problems.
Do you ever feel like giving up trying to eat healthfully because in a year experts will probably change their minds? Do you ever get confused when some experts claim a food is good, and others claim it is bad? Different foods have different effects on the body.
Any Major Lifestyle Adjustment is Challenging So you got back in your pre-pregnancy jeans in 6 weeks. Or lost 20lbs in 30days. Or won first prize in a weight loss contest. That takes hard work a tons of discipline, and I applaud that.
If you struggle with sweet cravings, try cutting them out completely. The biological aspect of your craving should subside within a few days. Psychological and emotional cravings have to be dealt with differently, but removing the biological aspect should take the edge off significantly.