Altering Wheat flour allows some Celiacs to eat Wheat

on Jan30
by eric | Print the article |

Research reveals 40% success rate in celiacs being fed an altered wheat flour. Learn more from a doctor and author.
Reference:
Clinical and Developmental Immunology
Volume 2012 (2012), Article ID 329150, 10 pages
doi:10.1155/2012/329150Clinical StudyReintroduction of Gluten Following Flour Transamidation in Adult
Celiac Patients: A Randomized, Controlled Clinical Study



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  1. Michael

    1

    It is not my dream to have wheat be altered so that I can eat it. I share Dr. Rodney Ford’s dream of eliminating gluten from the planet, although I don’t expect it in my lifetime.

    Dr. Vikki, were the ages of the 40% revealed, and the age they went gluten-free? I doubt it. But that information is pertinent. I’ve had celiac all my life, but was diagnosed at the age of 55. My diagnosing doctor, who has been gluten-free longer than you, told me that there is a Pavlov’s dog effect, and that I would likely react to any part of wheat. She also says that teenagers can get away with eating wheat in Europe, but not adults, and I think she was speaking of gluten sensitives.

    30 Jan

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