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    What Caused Sweden's Celiac 'epidemic'? - Science 2.0

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    What Caused Sweden's Celiac 'Epidemic'?

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    Celiac disease, defined as a 'chronic small intestinal immune-mediated enteropathy precipitated by exposure to dietary gluten in genetically predisposed individuals', affects about one percent of the population but occasional 'epidemics' have been ...

    Celiac 'epidemics' link to infections early in life EurekAlert (press release)

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    This is this scumbag "Hank Campbell" again, previously known for trolling the gluten intolerant as making up their symptoms.

    "Celiac: The Trendy Disease for Rich White People" - that guy, back in August 2012.

    "Without the autoimmune comorbidities, there is not much way to know who has sensitivity and who is part of a fad. It is subjective."

    There's a whole group of them on the internet social media, spilling this bile whenever they get a chance, interspersed with a few actual research articles, so the unwary wouldn't realize they seem to have another agenda.


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