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Digestive-Health

09 May 2011

Should more people go gluten-free?

People at risk for celiac disease ought to be screened for the disorder, even if they show no symptoms, a new study suggests.

People at risk for celiac disease ought to be screened for the disorder, even if they show no symptoms, a new study suggests.

People on a gluten-free diet reported improved gastrointestinal health as well as an overall improvement in their health-related quality of life, compared with the others, according to the study.

 

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