Can Human Gut-Derived Commensal Bacteria Help Treat Multiple Sclerosis?

Can Human Gut-Derived Commensal Bacteria Help Treat Multiple Sclerosis?

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Can Human Gut-Derived Commensal Bacteria Help Treat Multiple Sclerosis?
The human gut is home to a huge and diverse number of microorganisms that perform various biological roles. Disturbances in a healthy gut microbiome might help to trigger various inflammatory diseases, such as multiple sclerosis (MS). Human gut-derived commensal bacteria suppress CNS inflammatory and demyelinating disease. Can they improve the treatment of multiple Sclerosis (MS)? […]
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Is Effective Enzyme Therapy for Celiac Disease Just Around The Corner?

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Is Effective Enzyme Therapy for Celiac Disease Just Around The Corner?
Enzyme Latiglutenase improves symptoms in some celiac patients, but which ones? Enzymes have shown some promise for treating celiac symptoms, but so far none has to improve histology or symptoms in celiac patients. There are currently several efforts underway to develop successful commercial enzyme treatments for celiac disease. Efforts include looking at the digestive enzymes in […]
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Should You Put Your Child On A Gluten-Free Diet?

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Should You Put Your Child On A Gluten-Free Diet?
I run into many parents who are in quite a quandary about instituting a gluten-free diet for their child. A typical scenario is that one of the parents is gluten intolerant and is highly suspicious that their child is as well. Due to the child being ‘relatively healthy’ the non-gluten intolerant spouse suggests that the child be […]
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Are Doctors Following Current Biopsy Guidelines When Diagnosing Celiac Disease?

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Are Doctors Following Current Biopsy Guidelines When Diagnosing Celiac Disease?
How tightly are doctors following current guidelines for diagnosing celiac disease? Current guidelines by the British Society of Gastroenterology recommend that doctors take at least four duodenal biopsy specimens at the time of upper gastrointestinal (UGI) endoscopy when looking for celiac disease. The practice has been shown to increase celiac diagnoses, and to reduced missed […]
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Common Cookware Cross-contamination with Gluten Post Customary Sanitation Study

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Common Cookware Cross-contamination with Gluten Post Customary Sanitation Study
Misdiagnosed my sophomore/ junior year of High School, 3 years ago, with celiac disease, I became obsessed with the science of this ailment and how it was supposedly affecting me. I was shocked by how little is known about this autoimmune disease and the many gaps in research done on it. One such gap is […]
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Relational Aspects of Food Sensitivities – Survey Half-Time Report

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Relational Aspects of Food Sensitivities – Survey Half-Time Report
A half-time report on what we’ve learned about each other so far in the Relational Aspects of Food Sensitivities research. The study is geared toward gaining perspective on the perceived impact one adult’s food restrictions cause in a household when cohabitating with other adults. It may ultimately yield strategies to address the social and emotional […]
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Are Intestinal Worms the Future of Autoimmune Disease Treatment?

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Are Intestinal Worms the Future of Autoimmune Disease Treatment?
Long ignored and dismissed as unscientific and crude, are intestinal worms destined to be the future of autoimmune disease treatments? Hookworms. Intestinal parasites. They sound gross. The thought of having one’s gut infected with a parasitic worm generally makes people’s skin crawl. Indeed, intestinal worms, like hookworm, have a bad reputation among health experts, and […]
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Do Early Respiratory Infections Increase Risk for Celiac Disease?

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Do Early Respiratory Infections Increase Risk for Celiac Disease?
Many researchers feel that the rising number of celiac disease cases supports the idea that common infections prior to the onset of autoimmune diseases could play a role in triggering the immune response. Do more respiratory infections in childhood mean a greater likelihood of celiac disease later in life? To answer that question, a team […]
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Grilled Buttermilk Pork Chops (Gluten-Free)

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Grilled Buttermilk Pork Chops (Gluten-Free)
Pork chops are one of the best things grill. Brine is the key. These pork chops are brined in buttermilk, so they cook up tender and juicy. Buttermilk and brine are the key to these tender, juicy grilled pork chops.
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Stranded Without Her Mom

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Stranded Without Her Mom
In Pennsylvania, there is a six-year-old little girl (we’ll call her Amy) who has not been allowed to see her mother (we’ll call her Cindy) since June 21st because Amy’s dad takes issue with a diet that excludes gluten and other allergenic foods. You might think that this is due to a dispute arising out […]
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The California Cider Company Makes ACE Premium Gluten-Free Hard Ciders

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The California Cider Company Makes ACE Premium Gluten-Free Hard Ciders
All our styles are all natural, all fruit and gluten-free and vegan. The ciders are unpasteurized but cold filtered 4 times so that they are fresh and clean to the taste. They are a lower calorie , lower alcohol alternative to wine and beer and very refreshing.
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How Gluten-Free is Your Water?

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How Gluten-Free is Your Water?
Is your water hip? Is your water cool? Is your water gluten-free? Does it say so on the label? Does it matter? Gluten-free has become such a marketing buzzword that the words “gluten-free” are now appearing on all kinds of things that most certainly gluten-free, such as, yes, bottled water. Would you be more likely […]
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Colonial Williamsburg Denies Gluten Discrimination Claim

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Colonial Williamsburg Denies Gluten Discrimination Claim
Facing charges that it forced a young boy with gluten-intolerance to eat outside in the rain, the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation has issued an official statement in which it denies violating any laws or mistreating an 11-year old Maryland boy with a food allergy, while he was eating in Shields Tavern with a school group in […]
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Is This the Beginning of the End for Celiac Disease? The Top Five Most Promising Advances in Celiac Disease

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Is This the Beginning of the End for Celiac Disease? The Top Five Most Promising Advances in Celiac Disease
Are we at the beginning of the end for celiac disease? The last few years have seen numerous advances in celiac diagnosis and treatment. People diagnosed recently and in the future face a very different world than that faced by celiacs just five or ten years ago. In the old days, the process of properly […]
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Will New Tests and Devices Change Celiac Diagnostics and Management?

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Will New Tests and Devices Change Celiac Diagnostics and Management?
The FDA has granted clearance for Immco Diagnostics’ ELISA for celiac disease, and for Roche’s Benchtop Analyzer. What does that mean? Immco’s test is conducted as a solid phase immunoassay and is intended for the qualitative or semiquantitative detection of IgA or IgG antigliadin antibodies in human blood, and thus to aid in diagnosing patients […]
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Stir Fry with Cauliflower Rice (Gluten-Free)

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Stir Fry with Cauliflower Rice (Gluten-Free)
When you or a loved on has celiac disease there is often a plethora of dishes made with rice. Tired of plain old rice in most of your meals? Try cauliflower rice instead! Stir fry is easy and quick to make for company, family meals, dinner or weekly lunches. Use different proteins to change the flavor […]
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Paleo: The Ultimate Gluten-Free Diet

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Paleo: The Ultimate Gluten-Free Diet
Once an obscure dietary regimen practiced by an odd band of misfits, the paleo diet has only recently reached larger consciousness by those wanting to improve their waistlines and general health. So what exactly is “paleo”?For for the overwhelming majority of our time here on this planet we’ve all followed a paleo, or hunter-gatherer, diet.
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Global Gluten-Free Market Set to Top $33 Billion by 2025

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Global Gluten-Free Market Set to Top $33 Billion by 2025
It’s summer and the consumer market reports are flying. Most of them project major growth in the gluten-free market and its numerous components over the next decade. The latest is a report by Grand View Research, Inc., which projects rising incidences of celiac disease, diabetes, and obesity across developed economies will help to drive the […]
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Gluten-Free Food Now Mainstream

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Gluten-Free Food Now Mainstream
Gluten-free food is now so mainstream that its lack of gluten is no longer a highlight, but is now just another of the many ways manufacturers signal a healthy product. Gluten-free has gone from specialty niche to mainstream, says David Sprinkle, research director of the market research firm Packaged Facts.
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