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The significance of non-celiac gluten sensitivity has been downplayed in recent news stories. Evidence has proven that gluten intolerance is real and a much larger problem than celiac disease.
Celiac disease is on the rise, and the population-wide overuse of antibiotics could play a key role in triggering disease onset.
Gluten intolerance is “fake”—at least according to many recent news stories. But what does scientific research have to say? Could it be a legitimate condition that may be even more common than currently recognized?
The small bowel plays an important role in digesting food and absorbing nutrients. It is also an important part of the immune system, containing an impressive network of lymphoid cells.
Today we're discussing if it's possible to reduce the risk of your child developing celiac disease by introducing gluten between four and six months of age.
Gluten intolerance is not an all-or-nothing issue, there are varying levels between mild intolerance and full-blown celiac disease. Read on to learn more.