coeliac disease

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coeliac disease

a chronic intestinal disorder of young children caused by sensitivity to the protein gliadin contained in the gluten of cereals, characterized by distention of the abdomen and frothy and pale foul-smelling stools
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Rising awareness about both gluten intolerance and Celiac disease have lead other local bakeries to offer gluten-free lines of breads and pastries.
Others also have to be concerned about their gluten intake, such as those who have self-diagnosed wheat or gluten intolerance or who believe the gluten-free way to be a healthier way of eating.
London, March 6 (ANI): Virus infections may be a contributing factor in onset of gluten intolerance (coeliac disease), a new research suggests.
Gluten intolerance is manifested in several different forms, including celiac disease and dermatitis.
Meanwhile the Gluten Intolerance Group of North America has attempted to fill the void by starting the Gluten-Free Certification Organization in 2005.
As the number of people diagnosed with gluten intolerance, also known as celiac disease, is rising sharply around the world, and consumers choose to reduce their intake of wheat-based products, the food industry is developing gluten-free baked goods to meet the needs of this demand.
You may be asked to provide a blood sample to look for inflammation to rule out gluten intolerance, anaemia and thyroid disease.
For example, she expresses non-coeliac gluten intolerance as 'a term currently used to describe individuals who have tested negative to coeliac disease but who nevertheless experience mild to distressing symptoms after the ingestion of gluten-containing foods .
Gluten Intolerance and Celiac Disease: Wheat, spelt, barley, oats and rye contain gluten, which causes digestive dysfunction, preventing the complete breakdown and assimilation of all the nutrients in the food.
Certified vegan and made with organic ingredients, the new flavor gives consumers with gluten intolerance and lactose intolerance or allergies a worry-free way to enjoy this highly popular flavor.
Celiac disease; a guide to living with gluten intolerance.
A NORTH Wales diagnostics firm has introduced the first self-test for coeliac disease - also called gluten intolerance - into the UK.