Latest Oat sensitivity Stories

2012-09-30 23:00:33

Following years of mysterious symptoms including weight loss, fatigue, debilitating migraine headaches and vague diagnoses like IBS, brain fog, and depression, today a family is celebrating with the launch of a new gluten-free family business, Gluten-Free Prairie http://www.glutenfreeprairie.com/ along with the premiere of their first, homemade on-line commercial. Bozeman, Montana (PRWEB) September 30, 2012 It´s been 7 years (and almost seventeen years after the onset of symptoms)...

2009-09-16 14:14:31

Patients with lesser degrees of celiac disease symptoms, such as intestinal inflammation, have a modestly increased risk of death, Swedish researchers say. Celiac disease -- an immune disorder triggered by gluten exposure in those who are genetically sensitive -- results in mucosa abnormalities in the small intestine. The study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, was based on data on celiac disease stage determined by intestinal tissue biopsies taken in Sweden from...

2009-09-16 13:20:00

People with gluten allergies, also known as celiac disease, are at an increased risk of death, according to new research. Celiac disease occurs in about one percent of the Western population. It is an immune-mediated disorder in which exposure to gluten can cause impaired digestion of nutrients through the small intestine, with symptoms including frequent diarrhea and weight loss. Writing in the Journal of the American Medical Association on Tuesday, scientists found that the risk of death...

2009-07-01 17:50:19

Celiac disease, an immune system reaction to gluten in the diet, is more than four times more common today than it was 50 years ago, U.S. researchers say. Dr. Joseph Murray of Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., also found that subjects who did not know they had celiac disease were nearly four times more likely than celiac-free subjects to have died during the 45 years of follow-up. Celiac disease has become much more common in the last 50 years, and we don't know why, Murray said in a...

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