People who suffer from celiac disease must eat a strict, gluten-free diet but a new treatment currently being tested could, if clinical trials work and it’s approved, change that.
The diet might also help some older people with chronic pain, according to researchers in the United Kingdom.
Enzyme supplements are pitched to consumers as concoctions of enzymes that can help the body break down gluten. But there’s no evidence they actually work, doctors say.
A new article in the Journal of Pediatrics says that following a gluten-free diet may do more harm than good for children who don’t have celiac disease.
Nutritionists love talking nutrition, but they don’t love everything they hear about it.
(NEW YORK) — Cutting bread from your diet could potentially save you some bread on your taxes, financial experts say. While diet gurus debate the health merits for the average person of avoiding the gluten…
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