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Because many original research papers remain restricted by publishers it is not always possible to link visitors to the original research so the links that we give will normally be to the 'second level' reports from reliable and respected sources such as MedicalNewsToday, WebMD, MedPage Today and Medscape.
If you wish to pursue your own researches beyond these pages, one of our regular contributors, John Scott, has some suggestions for sites which will provide you with reliable and informative material.
New major wheat food allergen discovered
Allergy to deamidated gluten proteins
Wheat allergy can worsen atopic eczema in patients over 14 years of age
Wheat anaphylaxis caused by soap products containing hydrolysed wheat proteins
Link between Type 1 Diabetes and allergic response to wheat
Buckwheat – not so harmless
Articles on wheat intolerance/allergy
First Published in December 2008
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