Celiac Disease and Gluten-Free in the News

Read this article titled Inside the Race for a Celiac Disease Treatment published by Allergic Living

A study in Norway indicates that fructans may be a cause of non-celiac gluten sensitivity

Researchers at Dartmouth College continue to study arsenic and mercury in rice. Read the latest update from Gluten-Free Watchdog or Science Direct.

Here is an article about a recent study out of Stanford University which concludes there may be an "off switch" for celiac disease.

Read about a study on the determination of gluten consumption in celiac disease patients on a gluten-free diet. Tricia Thompson summarizes the study findings here.

A recent study found that vigilant adherence to a strict gluten-free diet is linked with lower quality of life

This Gluten Free & More article explores the link between sinus congestion and gluten.

Read about a potential new, fast gluten detection system.

A recent study found that alterations in intestinal microbiota may be useful to predict development of celiac disease

A Loyola Medicine study found that it takes 3.5 years on average for people who have celiac disease and no gastrointestinal symptoms to get diagnosed. 

Read a market report on the quality and range of gluten-free products.

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