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Old 05-28-2011, 03:40 PM
Ted Hutchinson Ted Hutchinson is offline
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Default Surprises from Celiac Disease Alessio FASSANO

Surprises from Celiac Disease Alessio FASSANO
i don't think there is anything in this article that you aren't aware of but it's a good summary and the illustrations are worth looking at.
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Old 05-29-2011, 05:23 PM
Zonulin Zonulin is offline
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Thanks, Ted - I've got about 3 copies of that issue of Scientific American, and found the illustrations very compelling. The article and illustrations definitely bring home the point that no one should be eating gluten.

And if anyone gets a positive result back from the Antigliadin IgG Antibody test, that means that the gliadin (wheat protein) has penetrated the intestines and is circulating throughout your body, causing your body to create ANTI-GLIADIN ANTIBODIES. Can't get more clear than that!

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