Researchers say the increase in diagnosis is likely from success in detection.
New research shows that exercise can help promote a healthy balance of the body’s microbiome.
Scientist was surprised to find ‘cheap fillers,’ including gluten and soybean.
The Canadian Celiac Association plans to use a $500,000 grant from the federal government to work on reducing gluten cross-contact in crops and developing clear standards for shipping and processing gluten-free foods.
General Mills rolled out gluten-free Cheerios in the United States in 2015, and is now doing so in Canada – with its slightly different Canadian Cheerios recipe. But the Canadian Celiac Association (CCA) is not embracing the news with enthusiasm.
Dr. Fasano: “We hope to eventually prevent celiac disease before it begins.”