Avoiding gluten is a challenge when celiac disease strikes

January 1998
Environmental Nutrition;Jan1998, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p7
Provides information about gluten intolerance, an inherited disease that goes by many names, primarily celiac disease. Cause of the disease; Estimated number of people in United States who are affected by the disease; Information on how to detect if a person is afflicted with gluten intolerance.


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