Celiac Disease Triggered Also By Non-Gluten Nutrients, New Study Shows

November 6, 2014 12:03 PM

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Gluten is a protein found mostly in cereals like wheat, known to be the main reason for triggering Celiac disease. According to a new study, non-gluten wheat proteins are not the only ones that cause the Celiac disease to appear. The new study revealed that patients who suffered from Celiac disease reacted after they consumed non-gluten foods.

One of the authors of the new study, Armin Alaedini, an assistant professor at the Columbia University in New York, said that the new findings could help researchers everywhere better understand the Celiac disease, thus leading to the discovery of new and more efficient treatments.

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