A recent Mayo Clinic study confirmed the importance of screening first degree relatives for celiac disease, citing that 44% of patients screened had undiagnosed CD. 94% of them had no symptoms or symptoms that are not classical.
Researchers have found a clue that may lead to a blood test for celiac disease requiring only a single exposure to gluten that would be suitable for patients already on a gluten-free diet. Read about this study here.
Scientists have found a way to detect the presence of gluten from rye in foods. Click here to read about this new test.
This Psychology Today article looks at the relationship between autoimmune disease and eating disorders.
This NPR article discusses the vigilance of European restaurants when it comes to food allergies.
Natasha's Law has gone into effect in the UK and will protect people with food allergies.
Here is a Food Business News article titled Solving the gluten-free puzzle for pizza and pasta.