The Hidden Epidemic

Lieberman, Shari
August 2006
Alternative & Complementary Therapies;Aug2006, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p151
Academic Journal
The article discusses gluten sensitivity. Gluten sensitivity (GS) is commonly confused with celiac disease (CD) or (gluten-sensitive enteropathy). CD is a subcategory of gluten insensitivity with the following overlaps rheumatologic, endocrinologic, dermatologic, and neuropsychitric problems. Diagnostic standards and the problems with these methods are discussed more thoroughly.


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