Scientists have proven that gluten sensitivity and celiac disease are separate conditions and do not have the same outcomes on health.
Having either celiac disease or asthma puts you at a higher risk of getting the other. Researchers want to know why.
A U.S. gastroenterologist warns against going gluten-free without proper testing for celiac disease.
A new study shows that it’s possible to detect celiac disease through a saliva test; opening the door for a non-invasive means of diagnosis.
Scientists in Australia are reporting that they’ve found the culprits that make gluten intolerable to people who have celiac disease.
Managing type 1 diabetes is old hat to 31-year-old Catherine Oddenino. The New Yorker has had the disease since she was 11, and is adept at counting carbohydrates and dosing insulin. But in her mid-20s she was thrown a curveball. Whenever she ate something, she felt like she had food poisoning. After a visit to […]
In Latin, gluten means “glue” and that’s exactly what it is: two proteins, gliadin and glutenin, stuck together. Gluten is found in wheat, barley and rye, which means it is in a myriad of products, from the usual suspects like bread and bagels to those that are not nearly so obvious. Think meat substitutes, for […]