Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Studies: More Gluten, More Celiac Disease

Lots of gluten

Lots of gluten

The more gluten people consume during childhood, the greater their risk of developing celiac disease. This according to several studies from Lund University in Sweden:

Lund University: New Research Delimits the Possible Causes of Celiac Disease

The amount of gluten that kids eat appears to be more important than the timing of introduction, and whether people are breast-feeding or not.

The current treatment for celiac disease is to stay away from gluten completely. This shows that it could be a good idea to let children eat less gluten, even if they’re not intolerant yet. All in order to minimize the risk of developing the condition later on in life.


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