all the scientists looking for ways
to make it easier for humans to
digest gluten, it may be time to go
back to the drawing board.
the first time in conventional
medical literature, researchers
admit that gluten may not be the
only aspect of wheat that
contributes to intolerance, and
study from this month's Current
Opinion of Gastroenterology recognizes
and substantiates the huge role
gluten peptides play in the
pathogenesis of celiac disease.
However, this specific line shocked
components of wheat than gluten, in
particular the amylase trypsin
inhibitors, may also play a role.
The disease is becoming more
As we laid out for NCI Well
Connect subscribers recently, there
are numerous components of wheat and
its cousins that affect the
gastrointestinal tract adversely.
It is huge that this is
mentioned in a prestigious GI
It should then come as no
surprise that in this week's issue
Pediatrics, researchers found
the prevalence of celiac disease
among children with IBS was 4 times
higher than among the general
pediatric population. How many kids
do you know that exhibit stomach
pains that seem like IBS...alot!
Wheat avoidance is here to