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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At the Celiac Disease Foundation’s 2021 Patient Education & Advocacy Summit, Jocelyn Silvester, MD, PhD, Pediatric Gastroenterologist at Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School Pediatric Instructor, and a recipient of the Foundation’s Young Investigator Award, made a presentation that asked: “Is Celiac Disease a Solved Problem?” This presentation summarized...