RNA Study : Clues why celiac develops

April 24, 2019 Study also provides insight into why some people have persistent intestinal damage on the gluten-free diet By Amy Ratner, Medical and Science News Analyst The reasons some people develop celiac disease in the first place and why some have persistent intestinal damage even when on the gluten-free diet may be found in novel genes discovered by researchers at MassGeneral Hospital for Children. In a study published in the journal PLOS One,…

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Label Reading & the FDA

Its India, & we know the public seriousness in foods & awareness is minimal… So need to doubly check the things !! The only treatment for someone diagnosed with celiac disease is a strict gluten-free diet. This may seem hard at first because many common foods contain gluten. However, there are many naturally gluten-free foods as well as plenty of gluten-free substitutes to choose from. How To Tell If A…

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Overlap Between Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity and Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Despite only around 1% of the population having celiac disease, gluten-free diets and gluten-free food have exploded in popularity in the past several years. One reason for this may be other conditions that are caused or irritated by gluten or wheat. Two of these conditions are non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS) and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Both of these diseases lack a reliable biomarker to test or an established cause, making…

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