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Autistic individuals have increased risk of chronic physical health conditions across the whole body

Date: 25/09/2023

"We are aware of the risks of mental health conditions in autistic people, but this new research identifies their risks of physical health conditions too. We need to urgently re-evaluate current health care systems to improve support for autistic people."

How the microbiome affects human health

Date: 19/10/2021

The human body has several distinct microbiomes—on the skin, in the mouth and in our airways—but the most consequential one for health is in the digestive system, commonly called the gut microbiome.

How sure would you want to be that you have celiac disease before starting a gluten-free diet?

Date: 17/01/2021

Diagnosing celiac disease can be difficult. Some patients may be asymptomatic, while others have non-specific symptoms such as indigestion or bloating. It's thought only 30 percent of people with celiac disease are actually diagnosed.

This Man's Increased Psychiatric Issues Masked an Undiagnosed Disease

Date: 04/01/2021

The authors of this case report the fact that celiac disease may also present primarily as behavioral disturbance in adults, particularly if there is already underlying psychiatric disease or intellectual deficits.

More turkey dinners for people with celiac disease?

Date: 21/10/2020

An international team of researchers has found that tryptophan, an amino acid present in high amounts in turkey, may help people with coeliac disease heal and respond better to a gluten-free diet

Study: Habitual low fibre consumption in IBD exacerbates dysbiosis

Date: 25/09/2020

Most patients with IBD habitually consume inadequate amounts of dietary fibre which may have negative effects on the gut microbiome and contribute to dysbiosis

Unique antibody profile sets gluten sensitivity apart from coeliac disease

Date: 01/09/2020

A new study of the antibodies produced by people with gluten sensitivity may lead to a better way to detect the condition and treat it.

27 February 2020 - MedicalXpress - Researchers confirm celiac disease can damage the brain

Date: 27/02/2020

People living with celiac disease (CD) have a higher risk of neurological damage according to a new study from the University of Sheffield.

25 November 2019 - The Conversation - How does a piece of bread cause a migraine?

Date: 25/11/2019

When someone suffers from celiac disease – a digestive disorder caused by an autoimmune response to gluten – there is a clear link between migraine headaches and gluten.

An Autoimmune Reaction to Gluten May Cause Childhood Anxiety

Date: 05/11/2019

New research links markers for celiac disease with anxiety in children.

28 October 2019 - MedicalXpress - Gluten-free diets won't help healthy guts

Date: 28/10/2019

Healthy people who avoid gluten by choice may not get any benefit from the gluten-free restriction on their diet, according to new research.

Association between celiac disease risk and gluten intake confirmed

Date: 14/08/2019

An extensive study has confirmed that the risk of developing celiac disease is connected to the amount of gluten children consume. The new study is observational and therefore does not prove causation; however, it is the most comprehensive of its kind to date.

2 July 2019 - Nutraingredients - Micronutrient deficiencies: Researchers discover change in celiac disease symptoms

Date: 02/07/2019

Micronutrient deficiencies, including vitamins B12 and D, as well as folate, iron, zinc and copper, are common in adults with celiac disease and must be addressed at that time of diagnosis, according to a new study.

28 June 2019 - Questioning Answers - Roger Moore's eyebrows, ADHD and coeliac disease part 2

Date: 28/06/2019

Behaviourally defined diagnostic labels such as attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) seem to rarely exist in some sort of clinical vacuum. Part of that vacuum also potentially encompasses a range of somatic symptoms and/or diagnostic labels.

7 June 2019 - MedicalXpress - High fiber during pregnancy reduces risk of celiac disease in children, research finds

Date: 07/06/2019

High fibre intake during pregnancy is linked with a decreased risk of coeliac disease in children, new research suggests.

5 February 2019 - MedicalXpress - Adolescents with celiac disease are at higher risk of eating disorder

Date: 05/02/2019

Study finds a link between Celiac Disease and a higher incidence of disordered eating behaviour during adolescence and young adulthood.

3 January 2019 - MedicalXpress - Could this widely used food additive cause celiac disease?

Date: 03/01/2019

A review in Frontiers in Pediatrics says a common food additive could both cause and trigger coeliac-related autoimmune attacks, and calls for warnings on food labels pending further tests.

23 July 2018 - MedicalXpress - Gluten-free kids' foods fall short on nutrition

Date: 23/07/2018

Gluten-free foods are one of the latest nutritional trends, with many parents assuming foods with a gluten-free label are healthier than foods with gluten.

Questioning Answers - "A strict and lifelong gluten-free diet can help recover vitamin D level without any supplementation"

Date: 16/07/2018

These authors inspected the peer-reviewed literature looking at vitamin D levels in relation to the archetypal 'diet can affect health' autoimmune condition coeliac disease.

13 November - MedicalXpress - New study suggests it may be fructan, not gluten, that is upsetting people's stomachs

Date: 13/11/2017

Researchers have found that the familiar bloating many people experience after eating foods containing wheat may be due to sensitivity to fructan, not gluten, as is commonly believed.