Researchers say the increase in diagnosis is likely from success in detection.
From recurring symptoms to supplements and gluten-free diet solutions, three experts weigh in on our readers’ celiac questions.
Domi speaks about his diet and facing challenges, both on and off the ice.
Protein that affects permeability of intestinal wall is higher in those with gluten sensitivity.
Fifty percent of the celiac patients under the age of 5 were nonresponsive to the vaccine compared to 30 percent of the control group.
New York researchers tested top-selling probiotics, and more than 50 percent contained gluten.
“Consider that there is about 20 feet of intestine coiled in the body and it’s easy to understand. That’s a lot of intestine that has to get better before we can call it healed.”
Dr. Joseph Murray, a gastroenterologist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, offers some do’s and a definite don’t.
The massive research project aims to the isolate precise proteins in wheat that cause reactivity in celiacs.
What seems like a harmless experiment could do more harm than good. A few years ago, a gluten-free manufacturer approached me to partner on a major social media campaign. The theme: “Try a gluten-free diet for two weeks and see how you feel.” I said no. While the promotion probably would have helped certain people identify symptoms that suggest a… Read more »