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a protein substance that remains when starch is removed from cereal grains

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published a study documenting a new type of adverse reaction to gluten, gluten sensitivity (GS).
For persons with gluten sensitivity, celiacs, the only treatment for these conditions is adopting a gluten-free diet, avoiding foods containing wheat, rye, barley and other related cereal grains.
If we measure antibodies against only one component of wheat (alpha-gliadin), we will miss 50% of individuals with gluten sensitivity.
Frisco, Texas-based diagnostics and healthcare services provider True Health is now offering comprehensive testing for celiac disease and gluten sensitivity, the company said.
Gluten-related conditions, including celiac disease, wheat allergy and non-celiac gluten sensitivity, may produce identical symptoms, making accurate diagnosis challenging and potentially causing unnecessary suffering among those who experience symptoms.
I was horrified when gluten-free diets were taken up by a glorified fan club as though gluten sensitivity was common.
Until now, gluten intolerance has been viewed as a less serious disorder than celiac disease; however, that view is changing: A recent study shows that in people with gluten sensitivity, but who do not have celiac disease, gluten can trigger an immune reaction that can damage cells in the small intestine.
The Digestive Health Solution" explores the mind/body connection, food intolerance, gluten sensitivity, dietary changes and key issues in the digestive system and provides practical ways to transform your digestive health.
Symptoms of non-celiac gluten sensitivity can include digestive symptoms such as pain and bloating in the abdomen, diarrhoea or constipation, or more generalised symptoms such as headaches, fatigue, brain fog, depression, joint pain and skin rashes.
A diagnosis of exclusion, non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS) is a condition that improves with the removal of gluten.
Although he finds this new study inconclusive, Dave agreed with the researchers:"We should not recommend people who don't have gluten sensitivity or celiac disease go on a gluten-free diet," he said.
Caption: Dermatitis herpetiformis shows some association with gluten sensitivity.
Teff is gluten free, making it a good alternative grain for people who have gluten sensitivity or celiac disease.