Lately, it seems as though gluten is being blamed for a vast host of ailments – everything from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) to attention-deficit disorder – with an ever increasing number of people seeking relief through a gluten-free diet. While this strict regimen is absolutely critical for people with a confirmed diagnosis of celiac disease, doctors warn that inappropriately following the gluten-free diet can lead to a variety of nutrient deficiencies, among other unintended effects.
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New awards honor exceptional contributions to the field of celiac disease Los Angeles, CA May 11, 2022 – The Celiac Disease Foundation is pleased to announce the establishment of two international celiac disease research prizes. The Prize for Excellence in Celiac Disease Research recognizes investigators whose research has made a...