Catchy media headlines often poke fun at gluten sensitivity. Yet many people without celiac disease feel better with a gluten-free diet. A recent study may have settled the debate once and for all.
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?
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.
Here is The Roundup, Edition 41, bringing you the best health research and paleo recipes from around the web over the past two weeks.
A new study finds no difference in sensitivity for those on high- and low-gluten diets. Yet to suggest non-celiac gluten sensitivity doesn’t exist is wrong.
Studies show a strong link between autoimmune thyroid disease and gluten intolerance.