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Gluten-Free Diet in Celiac Disease-Forever and for All?
Itzlinger A, et al. Nutrients 2018 - Review. PMID 30453686 Free PMC article.
The gluten-free diet is the only effective treatment available for celiac disease. However, it is difficult to adhere to and a closer look on the diet's implementation and indications reveals several ambiguities: Not only is there controversy on the threshold of gluten that can be tolerated in the frame of a strict gluten-free diet, but it is also unclear whether the gluten-free diet is an appropriate treatment in patient subgroups with asymptomatic or potential celiac disease. ...Furthermore, we discuss the concept that a gluten-free diet must be followed for life by all patients....
The gluten-free diet is the only effective treatment available for celiac disease. However, it is difficult to adhere t …
Gluten-free diet in non-celiac patients: beliefs, truths, advantages and disadvantages.
Palmieri B, et al. Minerva Gastroenterol Dietol 2019 - Review. PMID 30545212
A gluten-free diet is the safest treatment for the treatment of patient with celiac disease (CD) and other gluten-related disorders. ...This review highlights some questions about the appropriateness of following this trend answering to some questions such as how safe are the current gluten-free products, what are the benefits and side effects of gluten-free diet and what are clinical conditions that might benefit from gluten avoidance....
A gluten-free diet is the safest treatment for the treatment of patient with celiac disease (CD) and other gluten
Gluten-Free Diet Indications, Safety, Quality, Labels, and Challenges.
Rostami K, et al. Nutrients 2017. PMID 28786929 Free PMC article.
A gluten-free diet (GFD) is the safest treatment modality in patient with coeliac disease (CD) and other gluten-related disorders. ...How much gluten can be tolerated, how safe are the current gluten-free (GF) products, what are the benefits and side effects of GFD? ...
A gluten-free diet (GFD) is the safest treatment modality in patient with coeliac disease (CD) and other gluten- …
Possible Prevention of Diabetes with a Gluten-Free Diet.
Haupt-Jorgensen M, et al. Nutrients 2018 - Review. PMID 30428550 Free PMC article.
Interestingly, animal studies and a human study have demonstrated that a gluten-free (GF) diet during pregnancy reduces the risk of T1D. Evidence regarding the role of a GF diet in T2D is less clear. Some studies have linked intake of a GF diet to reduced obesity and T2D and suggested a role in reducing leptin- and insulin-resistance and increasing beta-cell volume. ...
Interestingly, animal studies and a human study have demonstrated that a gluten-free (GF) diet during pregnancy reduces …
Ketogenic diet versus gluten free casein free diet in autistic children: a case-control study.
El-Rashidy O, et al. Metab Brain Dis 2017 - Clinical Trial. PMID 28808808
Patients were equally divided into 3 groups, first group received ketogenic diet as modified Atkins diet (MAD), second group received gluten free casein free (GFCF) diet and the third group received balanced nutrition and served as a control group. ...Depending on the parameters measured in our study, modified Atkins diet and gluten free casein free diet regimens may safely improve autistic manifestations and could be recommended for children with ASD. ...
Patients were equally divided into 3 groups, first group received ketogenic diet as modified Atkins diet (MAD), second group r …
Celiac disease and the gluten-free diet: consequences and recommendations for improvement.
Theethira TG and Dennis M. Dig Dis 2015 - Review. PMID 25925920
Currently, medical nutrition therapy consisting of the gluten-free diet (GFD) is the only accepted treatment for CD. KEY MESSAGES: The GFD is the cornerstone of treatment for CD. ...Paucity of fortified gluten-free foods may be responsible for certain deficiencies which develop on the GFD. Weight gain and obesity have been added to the list of nutritional consequences while on the GFD and have been partially attributed to hypercaloric content of commercially available gluten-free foods. ...
Currently, medical nutrition therapy consisting of the gluten-free diet (GFD) is the only accepted treatment for CD. KE …
Tempters and Gluten-Free Diet.
Catassi C and Fasano A. Nutrients 2016. PMID 27918479 Free PMC article.
All that a physician should know about gluten-free diet.
Mehtab W, et al. Indian J Gastroenterol 2018 - Review. PMID 30367395
Gluten-free diet (GFD) is the only definitive treatment for patients with celiac disease (CeD). Strict adherence to GFD improves the symptoms, nutritional deficiencies, and the overall well-being of the patients. ...When restricting gluten from all possible sources, it is pertinent to recommend a diet that is healthy and balanced for patients with celiac disease. ...
Gluten-free diet (GFD) is the only definitive treatment for patients with celiac disease (CeD). Strict adherence to GFD
Gluten-free diet: a new strategy for management of painful endometriosis related symptoms?
Marziali M, et al. Minerva Chir 2012. PMID 23334113
A gluten-free diet was submitted to all patients and a new evaluation was performed after 12 months of diet. Student t test was used for statistical analysis. ...CONCLUSION: In our experience, painful symptoms of endometriosis decrease after 12 months of gluten free diet....
A gluten-free diet was submitted to all patients and a new evaluation was performed after 12 months of diet. Stu …
A modified ketogenic gluten-free diet with MCT improves behavior in children with autism spectrum disorder.
Lee RWY, et al. Physiol Behav 2018. PMID 29421589 Free PMC article.
INTERVENTION: A modified ketogenic gluten-free diet regimen with supplemental MCT was completed in 15 children ages 2 to 17 years for 3 months. ...CONCLUSIONS: A modified gluten-free ketogenic diet with supplemental MCT is a potentially beneficial treatment option to improve the core features of autism spectrum disorder and warrants further investigation. ...
INTERVENTION: A modified ketogenic gluten-free diet regimen with supplemental MCT was completed in 15 children ages 2 t …
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