March 19, 2014

PolyMeal – fact or fiction?

Following the controversial idea of the so-called Polypill in 2003, Franco et al. have recently proposed an alternative: the Polymeal. Again, the aim is to reduce
March 19, 2014

Our Health In Crisis

In 1950, the United States was fifth among the leading industrialized nations with respect to female life expectancy at birth, surpassed only by Sweden, Norway, Australia, and
March 19, 2014

Gluten-Free Bread of Life – Celebrating Mass on a Gluten-Free Diet

There are certain milestones in our children’s lives that are forever etched in memory. For me, one such event was my son’s First Holy Communion, an
March 19, 2014

Celiac Disease and Reproductive Health

Men and women with unexplained infertility, women with recurrent abortions, intrauterine growth retardation,low birth weight babies and menstrual disorders are rarely screened for celiac disease despite
March 19, 2014

Intestinal Problems and ‘Whole-Body’ Symptoms. Gut 101: The Effect of Foods— As Written for Autism One

Intestinal Problems and ‘Whole-Body’ Symptoms. Gut 101: The Effect of Foods— As Written for Autism One The idea that disruptions in gut function might be implicated
March 18, 2014

A Non-Human Primate Model for Gluten Sensitivity

A Non-Human Primate Model for Gluten Sensitivity By:  Tom Malterre, MS, CN Celiac disease is an inheritable enteropathy caused by dietary gluten from wheat, barley, and
March 18, 2014

Digestive and Nutritional Considerations in Celiac Disease: Could Supplementation Help?

Digestive and Nutritional Considerations in Celiac Disease: Could Supplementation Help? By:  Tom Malterre, MS, CN Due to the increased immune activation in the intestinal tract of
March 18, 2014

Celiac Disease and Reproductive Health

Celiac Disease and Reproductive Health By: Alice Bast, Tom O’Bryan, Elizabeth Bast Despite re-classification of celiac disease as a rare disease of childhood to a common
March 18, 2014

The Immunology Of Gluten Sensitivity Beyond The Intestinal Tract. Vol 6, no. 2

By: A. Vojdani, T. O’Bryan and G.H. Kellermann Celiac disease and gluten-sensitive enteropathy are terms that have been used to refer to a diseaseprocess affecting the
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