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Non-Celiac Wheat Sensitivity
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http://www.nature.com/ajg/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/ajg2012236a.html

CONCLUSIONS:

Our data confirm the existence of non-celiac WS as a distinct clinical condition. We also suggest the existence of two distinct populations of subjects with WS: one with characteristics more similar to celiac disease and the other with characteristics pointing to food allergy.

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In Nature! Sweet! That's an impressive study too.

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Thanks Jestgar,

It's nice to see there is some research being one on wheat sensitivity without celiac disease. NCGI is what I usually call those symptoms. Leave ti the researcher s to invent a different term though. :)

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Thanks Jestgar,

It's nice to see there is some research being one on wheat sensitivity without celiac disease. NCGI is what I usually call those symptoms. Leave ti the researcher s to invent a different term though. :)

In this study the challenge was with wheat, not pure gluten, so using the phrase "gluten sensitivity" would be incorrect. Top-level researchers use very precise language to try to describe exactly what they observe, not what they might assume.

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