Articles on the management of coeliac disease

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A brief introduction to the management of coeliac disease. Michelle Berriedale-Johnson introduces the key essentials.

Do you ever fantasize about having a private gluten-free chef? Sue Cane does – and her name would be Naomi Devlin. April 2017

The support of gluten-free staples is still needed in the treatment of coeliac disease. Sue Cane takes issue with NHS proposals to take gluten-free food off prescription. April 2017

Can blood samples from active-CD patients be used to detect residual gluten-fragments in beer? Sue Cane discusses new research by Laura Allred and colleagues which uses blood samples from coeliacs to test whether or not gluten-free beer genuinely is gluten free. March 2017

Useful blog on the Vegan Society website on being both coeliac and vegan. January 2017

Gluten-free pasta and how treat it. Michelle Berriedale-Johnson surveys the wide range of g-f pastas now on the market and how best to serve them. March 2017

How to cook for a coeliac when you are not one! Michelle Berriedale-Johnson gives you some tips - and some recipes. Article & video. January 2017

Marianna and the Supergrain Pasta Company. How Marianna Pentek came to create gluten-free pasta from sorghum, chestnut flour and green banana flour in her quest for health for herself and her husband. January 2017

Why does freefrom food cost so much? Catherine Rose investigates. July 2016

Delicious Alchemy launches charitable foundation with a guide to gluten-free living. March 2016

Good blog on secondary lactose intolerance (secondary to coeliac disease) on FreeFrom. March 2016

Gluten-free in Japan. Catherine Rose eats her way around Japan – without getting glutened – just..... December 2015

Coeliac Disease – Recognition, Assessment and Management NICE Guideline, No. 20. 2015

Good blog on the Food Allergy and Intolerance Ink site about gluten-free bread. October 2015

BDA Policy statement on gluten-free food on prescription. September 2015

Sue Cane reviews the new edition of Coeliac Disease: What you need to know by Alex Gazzola. April 2015

Italian food guru, Anna del Conte says we should forget pizza and pasta. Italian food has so much more to offer the gluten-free cookery enthusiast. March 2015

The cost of gluten-free bread. Lucinda Bruce-Gardyne, founder of Genius Gluten Free, explains why gluten-free bread genuinely does cost a lot more to make than 'normal' supermarket bread. March 2015

All about Marmite.... Sue Cane investigates whether the love-it-or-hate-it spread really is suitable for coeliacs – or not... October 2014

Arsenic content of rice of concern in the management of coeliac disease. October 2014

Discussion of new labelling laws for gluten-free when they cease to be regulated under PARNUTS regulations (for medical.pharmaceutical type foods) in 2016. July 2014

Diagnosis and management of adult coeliac disease: guidelines from the British Society of Gastroenterology. 2013

Dental & oral effects of coeliac disease – links to useful information. May 2014

Great blog on eating gluten-free in Bologna from Madame Free-From. May 2014

A comprehensive review of recent advances in coeliac disease by Knut Lundin and Ludvig Sollid of the Department of Immunolog at the University of Oslo. April 2014

Interesting article in the New York Times about the development of the gluten-free market in the USA. February 2014

Coping with coeliac disease: an exclusive new extract from Alex Gazzola's book, Coeliac Disease: what you need to know. January 2014

Discussion on GreenMedInfo as to whether gluten is relevant in infertility? December 2013

Gluten in the diet may increase the incidence of Type 1 diabetes by modifying the intestinal microbiome. November 2013

Discussion on GreenMed Info as to whether gluten actually damages the human brain.  November 2013

International Celiac Disease Symposium 2013: A round-up from social media and the blogosphere from Alex Gazzola. October 2013

Gluten-Free Singles - a dating network for celiacs and gluten intolerants.

Oats in the gluten-free diet. The issue of whether oats can be included safely in the coeliac diet remains controversial. Alex Gazzola examines the current evidence and recommendations and discovers that all is not as simple as it seems. August 2013

US FDA (Food and Drug Administration ) finally defines 'gluten-free' for food labeling purposes as less than 20ppm (parts per million) of gluten, in line with the EU/UK limits. August 2013

US colleges are ranked for their gluten-free provision July 2013

Five unexpected sources of gluten that aren't food from Huffington Post.  July 2013

AbbVie, a global, research-based biopharmaceutical company, and Alvine Pharmaceuticals, a leader in celiac disease therapeutics development, have entered into a global collaboration to develop an enzyme-based treatment for coeliac disease. May 2013
Also see research report here in Science Daily. September 2012

Is your food's packaging gluten-free? Interesting post on the FreeFom blog on biodegradable wheat-based food packaging and whether it presents a risk to those on gluten-free diets. January 2013

NexVax2 – a treatment for coeliac disease? October 2012.

The coeliac view. At a Food and Drink Innovation seminar, Sue Cane, a coeliac of five years' standing, gave freefrom manufacturers an overview of what living as a coeliac is like. September 2012

Xanthan gum – is it a problem for coeliacs? May 2012

Is coeliac disease reversible? Long article from a Specific Carbohydrate Diet blog. March 2012

Living with Crohn's and coeliac disease. Caleigh is one of the few people in the UK with both diseases. She describes how she copes with them – and talks about her Great Gluten Free Recipe Challenges. May 2012

Sue Cane, coeliac and beer expert, muses on the beer judging session at this year's FreeFrom Food Awards..... May 2012

Would a tax break for coeliacs be a viable alternative to prescriptions? Interesting article from Canada's CNC News. February 2012

New Codex standards for gluten-free foods – and the dreaded 'may contain'. Michelle Berriedale-Johnson blogs on the new standards. January 2012

Should gluten-free food be available on prescription? Michelle Berriedale-Johnson comments in her blog. January 2012

Explaining gluten free. The Food Allergy team at the Food Standards Agency explain the new regulations that came into force. January 2012

Discussion and strong comments concerning the gluten free standards from the Food Allergy and Intolerance Ink blog. January 2012

What is an acceptable amount of gluten in a ‘gluten-free’ product? Professors Catassi, Ciclitira and Fasano discuss. October 2011

Residual gluten proteins found in wine that has been clarified with wheat gluten. The research report – and comments. December 2011

Gluten-free skincare. Alex Gazzola investigates what that means, what is available and whether gluten sensitives need it. November 2011

Helpful article in Natural News on supplements and herbs you can take to promote gut healing as a new diagnosed coeliac/gluten intolerant. December 2011

Gluten-free 'play clay' or 'playdough' in multiple colours with aromatherapy scents! From www.e-side.co.uk December 2011

Interesting article on the Gluten Free Works site on the current state of 'gluten free' legislation in the US which is not currently covered by the Codex 'less than 20ppm' code. February 2011

Coeliac disease training for US pharmacists. July 2011

Coeliac disease: what you need to know. Alex Gazzola on why he wrote his new book for coeliacs. May 2011

Coeliac disease can cause obsessive compulsive disorder and tics. Carolyn and Ian Talty talk about Ian's condition and the book Carolyn wrote to help Ian cope with living on a restricted diet. March 2011

Gluten-free beer. How is it made? How is its gluten content tested? And is it really safe for coeliacs? Sue Cane investigates. January 2011

Could Chelsea Clinton's choice of a gluten-free, vegan wedding cake have a trickle down effect? Lynn Bruno's interesting article in Today. September 2010

If you are coeliac, are you prepared for a natural disaster? An excellent blog with suggested emergency rations etc. March 2010

Useful information on gluten-free drugs. June 2010

Avoiding soya sauce, and other useful advice for coeliacs travelling in Japan at Suite 101. June 2010

Preventing iron deficiency on a gluten-free diet. June 2010

Blog interview with drummer Andy Robertson on gluten-free life on the road.
June 2010

Kosher foods for coeliacs. Advice from a paid-up, kosher coeliac! February 2010

Coeliacs of the world – beware your pets! January 2010

Novel preventative and therapeutic treatments for coeliac disease. Alex Gazzola reports on a talk from Dr Julio Bai, of Hospital de Gastroenterología, Buenos Aires, at the recent Gastro2009 conference. November 2009

Little is known about the nutritional sufficiency of the gluten-free diet. Alex Gazzola reports. November 2009

Gluten-free beers. An assessment by Sue Cane. May 2009

Goodbye to the gluten-free diet...: Alex Gazzola examines whether such a headline, as appeared in Italy's La Repubblica, can be justified. February 2009

Making gluten-free bread. An initiation into bread making, and how to use this knowledge of how the ingredients work together to make your own delicious gluten-free loaves. By Lucinda Bruce Gardyne. October 2008

More gluten-free grains. Pam Harris examines the grains available to people needing to avoid wheat and/or gluten, and where to find them. May 2008

Teff – the gluten-free Ethiopian grain. An introduction to teff, its uses and nutritional benefits to anyone on a gluten- or wheat-free diet, by Michelle Berriedale-Johnson. July 2007.

 

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Research reports on the management of coeliac disease

Calcium in Gluten-Free Life: Health-Related and Nutritional Implications. July 2016
Calcium deficiency is frequently observed in patients with coeliac disease. Here researchers explore the possible reasons for this and what can be done to help patients achieve adequate calcium intake. Full article available.

Risk of Cross-Contact for Gluten-Free Pizzas in Shared-Production Restaurants in Relation to Oven Cooking Procedures. Sept 2016
Many gluten-free consumers will have eaten gluten-free pizza in restaurants and wondered about the risk of cross-contamination. This study explored the process of cooking gluten containing and gluten-free pizzas in restaurants in Italy. It concludes that when specific recommendations are adhered to it can be safe to cook both types of pizza within the same oven. However, differing individual sensitivity may have a bearing on the safety for any particular consumer.

Oral manifestations of gastrointestinal diseases in children. Part 4: Coeliac disease. Dec 2016
Many children with coeliac disease may also experience oral manifestations of the condition. This article suggests that children with coeliac disease more frequently suffer from poorly formed tooth enamel and mouth ulcers than other children. Detection of these symptoms could be a warning sign for further investigations. Do we need to educate dentists to spot these symptoms and suggest children for follow-up?

Managing the pediatric patient with celiac disease: a multidisciplinary approach
October 2016
This article talks about the importance of a multi-disciplinary approach for managing coeliac disease in children.

A pill to treat coeliac disease? Not quite – here’s what the science says
October 2016
Well explained journalistic article about research into a pill that is being investigated that may alleviate some of the symptoms of gluten-ingestion in individuals with coeliac disease or non-coeliac gluten-sensitivity. The pill, GluteGuard, contains a natural enzyme found in papaya which has the ability to break down proteins, including gluten. Initial results are promising and suggests further research into this enzyme is needed.

Gluten contamination in gluten-free bakery products: a risk for coeliac disease patients.
Farage P, de Medeiros Nóbrega YK, Pratesi R, Gandolfi L, Assunção P, Zandonadi RP.
One fifth of gluten-free bakery products in Brazil were found to be contaminated with gluten. The majority of bakeries sampled were found to have at least one contaminated product.

Celiac Disease and Epilepsy: The Effect of Gluten-Free Diet on Seizure Control.
Bashiri H, Afshari D, Babaei N, Ghadami MR.

In this study, 6% of patients with epilepsy tested positive for coeliac disease. These patients were put on a gluten-free diet. After 5 months, 5 out of the 6 patients who had epilepsy and coeliac disease had their seizures completely under control and were able to discontinue anti-epileptic medications. Full article available here for free…

Impact of a gluten-free diet on bone mineral density in celiac patients. February 2016

Contemporary celiac disease diagnosis: is a biopsy avoidable? March 2016

Celiac Disease and Drug-Based Therapies: Inquiry into Patients Demands. January 2016

The ever-increasing number of coeliac disease-related liver injuries suggest the wisdom of testing for CD in cryptogenic hepatobiliary conditions where the relationship with CD has not yet been fully investigated. November 2015

Risk of venous thromboembolism in patients with celiac disease: A systematic review and meta-analysis shows a signifcantly increased risk. December 2015

It may be possible to tailor gluten for the production of hypoallergenic flours while still taking advantage of its unique viscoelastic properties. December 2015

Adherence to gluten-free diet and barriers to adherence in patients with celiac disease. November 2015

Studies in experimental models are contributing to understand the role of intestinal bacteria and its interactions with a predisposed genotype in promoting CD. Advances in this area could aid in the development of microbiome-informed intervention strategies. Novemebr 2015

Detection of gluten immunogenic peptides in the urine of patients with coeliac disease reveals transgressions in the gluten-free diet and incomplete mucosal healing. November 2015

Reduced Bone Mineral Density Is Associated with Celiac Disease Autoimmunity in Children with Type 1 Diabetes. November 2015

Age-related differences in celiac disease: Specific characteristics of adult presentation. Novmeber 2015

Role of oats in celiac disease: it is essential to thoroughly study the variety of oats used in a food ingredient before including it in a gluten-free diet. November 2015

Hookworm larvae to be injected into coeliacs in bid to treat gluten intolerance. November 2015

Life long gluten-free diet reduces the risk of metabolic osteopathy and joint and muscle problems and the need for analgesic drugs. 2015

Researchers use egg yolks to create supplement that could improve lives of people with celiac disease. July 2015

55% of top selling probiotics in US have detectable gluten traces. May 2015

Lower bifidobacteria counts in adult patients with celiac disease even on a gluten-free diet. June 2014

Improvement in psychotic symptoms in a boy with complex autoimmune illness after a gluten-free diet. March 2015

Researchers find that while cooking does not alter 61 of the polypeptides (including gliadin and glutenin) in wheat, other non-gluten allergens known to trigger reactions such as baker's asthma are lost in the cooking. March 2015

Could abnormal intestinal microbiota be associated with persistent gastrointestinal symptoms in gluten-free celiac disease patients? Feburary 2015

Decrease in lactobacilli in the intestinal microbiota of celiac children with a gluten-free diet. December 2014

Reversal of IgM deficiency following a gluten-free diet in seronegative celiac disease. December 2014

New drug Larazotide acetate appears to make the gut less 'leaky' in patients with coeliac disease undergoing a gluten challenge. November 2014

Australian researchers succesfully use hookworms to reduce symptoms of coeliac disease. September 2014

Increased prevalence of celiac disease in patients with the erosive and reticular form oral lichen planus. August 2014

Delaying the introduction of gluten-containing foods to babiesdoesn't prevent the condition developing, nor does breastfeeding prevent it. September 2014

Lower bifidobacteria counts in adult patients with celiac disease even when on a gluten-free diet. June 2014

Is a gluten-free diet enough to control the complications of celiac disease? September 2014

Gluten-specific enzyme may reduce damage done when coeliac patient exposed to gluten. June 2014

Gluten-free diet relieves 'brain fog' in patients with Celiac disease. June 2014

Trials on the drug larazotide acetate show promise. Larazotide acetate inhibits the action of the protein zonulin in increasing gut permeability. May 2014

Gluten-specific enzyme ALV003 reduces a patient's exposure to gluten and its potential harm – phase 2 study. June 2014

Quinoa safe for those with coeliac disease or on a gluten-free diet – Professors Paul Ciclitera and Victor Zevallos. May 2014

The effects of oats on the function of gut microflora in children with coeliac disease. March 2014

Diversity of oat varieties in eliciting the early inflammatory events in celiac disease. November 2013

Dietitian referral makes little difference to the average coeliac’s adherence to a gluten-free diet or their quality of life. May 2013

Over view of the GFD in daily practice. Adherence to GFDs in CD is limited and factors influencing adherence are poorly understood.  2013

Liver failure unmasks celiac disease in a child. May 2013

Video capsule endoscopy in patients with nonresponsive celiac disease.  May 2013

Researchers discover how to stabilize enzymes in the digestive tract which could offer new therapeutic strategies for conditions such a coeliac disease. Comment here. June 2013

Review of Biocard Coeliac test and Stick CD1 & CD2 tests and their advantags over existing technology. June 2013

Can dietary fibre help provide safer food products for sufferers of gluten intolerance? A well-established biophysical probe may help towards providing an answer. May 2012

Study shows that 40% coeliacs occasionally intentionally consumed gluten during study period;  54% inadvertently consumed it; 29% did not consume it at all. April 2013

New study provides molecular evidence that sorghum is not only safe for those with coeliac disease to consume but has high nutritional value. April 2013

Stem cell transplantation in two coeliac patients results in them achieving gluten tolerance.  April 2013

Living with coeliac disease: a grounded theory study. Gluten-free living entails a substantial restriction of food choice; this impacts on the personal and social identities of coeliacs. Psychosocial interventions to help them cope and adjust may be helpful. March 2013

Meuniere’s disease, osteoarthritis and constipation all relieved by gluten-free diet. January 2013

Researchers move toward developing an enzyme which could break down gluten in the gut and which could be incorporated into pill. This would allow coeliacs to manage their condition by taking an  enzyme before eating gluten in the same way that lactose intolerants can manage theirs by taking a lactase enzyme pill before ingesting lactose sugar. December 2012

Could wheat be biologically manipulated to be gluten free? October 2012
Abstract here; article/comment here.

Study finds that, consumed over one year, oats appear not to have any toxic or immunological effect on coeliacs and that they are, therefore, safe for coeliacs to consume. October 2012

Using gluten-free personal care products and gloves when handling wheat containing foods can reduce eczema symptoms in coeliac patients September 2012

New major wheat food allergen discovered. August 2012

Different varieties of barley less toxic to coeliacs. September 2012

The prevalence of coeliac disease in the US. July 2012

Poor medical follow-up leaves coeliac disease patients on their own. July 2012

Diagnosing non-coeliac wheat sensitivity. Exploring a new clinical entity.
July 2012

Low biopsy rates may be the reason for underdiagnosis of coeliac disease in the US. July 2012

Some quinoa varieties may be unsuitable for strict gluten-free diets. June 2012

A quick cheap accurate test for gluten intolerance. June 2012

53-year-old patient developed Warfarin hypersensitivity due to vitamin K deficiency as a result of malabsorption because of flattened intestinal villi caused by undiagnosed coeliac disease. May 2012

Probiotic bacteria may help in inflammatory bowel disease. April 2012

First global estimates of coeliac disease. July 2011

Probiotics found to reverse the progression of coeliac disease. February 2012

Capsule endoscopy (CE) is an attractive technique for diagnosing disease of the small bowel because it is non-invasive and provides a close and magnified view of the mucosa of the entire small bowel. This research updates the current data on the use of CE for diagnosing vilious atrophy and complications of coeliac disease. Gastroenterology Research and Practice. July 2011

Women with coeliac disease suffer from depression and disordered eating patterns. December 2011

Active packaging tops modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) for gluten-free bread’s shelf life. June 2011

Reproductive changes associated with gluten sensitivity. December 2010

Children with coeliac disease have higher rates of emotional and behavioural problems. May 2011

Are patients with coeliac disease seeking alternative therapies to a gluten-free diet? March 2011

Gluten-free diet advised for potential coeliac patients diagnosed by blood tests alone. December 2010

Is breast feeding alone for the first six months really best for the infant? Or is it merely less than ideal for the baby food industry? January 2011

Wheat flour hydrolyzed with sourdough lactobacilli and fungal proteases is safe for coeliacs. October 2010

Consumer understanding on additional labelling terms for foods without cereals containing gluten as ingredients. October 2010

Industry warned over nutritional content of gluten-free products. October 2010

Coeliac children can have low bone density. July 2010

So-called gluten-free foods may not always be so. June 2010

Pro and pre-biotics may help treat coeliac disease. May 2010

Restless leg syndrome common in adults with coeliac disease. April 2010

Irish Catholics to receive gluten-free communion wafers now too...
February 2010

Gluten-free summer camp helps coeliac children. March 2010

Arcadia Biosciences to research wheat without gluten. December 2009

Coeliac vaccine a step nearer. January 2009

Bone health in children with coeliac disease. December 2008

Positive results achieved in Phase 1 trials of therapy in development for coeliac disease. November 2008

Gluten-free guide to Italy. July 2008

Make sure that your medication is gluten-free. October 2007

Enzymes offer new hope for coeliacs. October 2006

Checking your bones: osteoporosis and the coeliac. May 2006

 

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Research reports on the management of coeliac disease

Research references are listed, as nearly as possible, by the dates on which the research was first published or brought into the public domain.

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55% of top selling probiotics in US have detectable gluten traces. May 2015

Lower bifidobacteria counts in adult patients with celiac disease even on a gluten-free diet. June 2014

Improvement in psychotic symptoms in a boy with complex autoimmune illness after a gluten-free diet. March 2015

Researchers find that while cooking does not alter 61 of the polypeptides (including gliadin and glutenin) in wheat, other non-gluten allergens known to trigger reactions such as baker's asthma are lost in the cooking. March 2015

Could abnormal intestinal microbiota be associated with persistent gastrointestinal symptoms in gluten-free celiac disease patients? Feburary 2015

Decrease in lactobacilli in the intestinal microbiota of celiac children with a gluten-free diet. December 2014

Reversal of IgM deficiency following a gluten-free diet in seronegative celiac disease. December 2014

New drug Larazotide acetate appears to make the gut less 'leaky' in patients with coeliac disease undergoing a gluten challenge. November 2014

Australian researchers succesfully use hookworms to reduce symptoms of coeliac disease. September 2014

Increased prevalence of celiac disease in patients with the erosive and reticular form oral lichen planus. August 2014

Delaying the introduction of gluten-containing foods to babiesdoesn't prevent the condition developing, nor does breastfeeding prevent it. September 2014

Lower bifidobacteria counts in adult patients with celiac disease even when on a gluten-free diet. June 2014

Is a gluten-free diet enough to control the complications of celiac disease? September 2014

Gluten-specific enzyme may reduce damage done when coeliac patient exposed to gluten. June 2014

Gluten-free diet relieves 'brain fog' in patients with Celiac disease. June 2014

Trials on the drug larazotide acetate show promise. Larazotide acetate inhibits the action of the protein zonulin in increasing gut permeability. May 2014

Gluten-specific enzyme ALV003 reduces a patient's exposure to gluten and its potential harm – phase 2 study. June 2014

Quinoa safe for those with coeliac disease or on a gluten-free diet – Professors Paul Ciclitera and Victor Zevallos. May 2014

The effects of oats on the function of gut microflora in children with coeliac disease. March 2014

Diversity of oat varieties in eliciting the early inflammatory events in celiac disease. November 2013

Dietitian referral makes little difference to the average coeliac’s adherence to a gluten-free diet or their quality of life. May 2013

Over view of the GFD in daily practice. Adherence to GFDs in CD is limited and factors influencing adherence are poorly understood.  2013

Liver failure unmasks celiac disease in a child. May 2013

Video capsule endoscopy in patients with nonresponsive celiac disease.  May 2013

Researchers discover how to stabilize enzymes in the digestive tract which could offer new therapeutic strategies for conditions such a coeliac disease. Comment here. June 2013

Review of Biocard Coeliac test and Stick CD1 & CD2 tests and their advantags over existing technology. June 2013

Can dietary fibre help provide safer food products for sufferers of gluten intolerance? A well-established biophysical probe may help towards providing an answer. May 2012

Study shows that 40% coeliacs occasionally intentionally consumed gluten during study period;  54% inadvertently consumed it; 29% did not consume it at all. April 2013

New study provides molecular evidence that sorghum is not only safe for those with coeliac disease to consume but has high nutritional value. April 2013

Stem cell transplantation in two coeliac patients results in them achieving gluten tolerance.  April 2013

Living with coeliac disease: a grounded theory study. Gluten-free living entails a substantial restriction of food choice; this impacts on the personal and social identities of coeliacs. Psychosocial interventions to help them cope and adjust may be helpful. March 2013

Meuniere’s disease, osteoarthritis and constipation all relieved by gluten-free diet. January 2013

Researchers move toward developing an enzyme which could break down gluten in the gut and which could be incorporated into pill. This would allow coeliacs to manage their condition by taking an  enzyme before eating gluten in the same way that lactose intolerants can manage theirs by taking a lactase enzyme pill before ingesting lactose sugar. December 2012

Could wheat be biologically manipulated to be gluten free? October 2012
Abstract here; article/comment here.

Study finds that, consumed over one year, oats appear not to have any toxic or immunological effect on coeliacs and that they are, therefore, safe for coeliacs to consume. October 2012

New major wheat food allergen discovered. August 2012

Different varieties of barley less toxic to coeliacs. September 2012

The prevalence of coeliac disease in the US. July 2012

Poor medical follow-up leaves coeliac disease patients on their own. July 2012

Diagnosing non-coeliac wheat sensitivity. Exploring a new clinical entity.
July 2012

Low biopsy rates may be the reason for underdiagnosis of coeliac disease in the US. July 2012

Some quinoa varieties may be unsuitable for strict gluten-free diets. June 2012

53-year-old patient developed Warfarin hypersensitivity due to vitamin K deficiency as a result of malabsorption because of flattened intestinal villi caused by undiagnosed coeliac disease. May 2012

Probiotic bacteria may help in inflammatory bowel disease. April 2012

First global estimates of coeliac disease. July 2011

Probiotics found to reverse the progression of coeliac disease. February 2012

Capsule endoscopy (CE) is an attractive technique for diagnosing disease of the small bowel because it is non-invasive and provides a close and magnified view of the mucosa of the entire small bowel. This research updates the current data on the use of CE for diagnosing vilious atrophy and complications of coeliac disease. Gastroenterology Research and Practice. July 2011

Women with coeliac disease suffer from depression and disordered eating patterns. December 2011

Reproductive changes associated with gluten sensitivity. December 2010

Gluten-free diet advised for potential coeliac patients diagnosed by blood tests alone. December 2010

Is breast feeding alone for the first six months really best for the infant? Or is it merely less than ideal for the baby food industry? January 2011

Gluten-free summer camp helps coeliac children. March 2010

Positive results achieved in Phase 1 trials of therapy in development for coeliac disease. November 2008

Make sure that your medication is gluten-free. October 2007

 

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