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    Dr. Rodney Ford M.D.
    This article originally appeared in the Autumn 2009 edition of Journal of Gluten Sensitivity.
    Celiac.com 02/27/2015 - The answer to the "oats questions" are becoming clearer.
    The long-asked question is "Can people with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity safely eat oats?" Some people are so sensitive, that even the tiniest bit of gluten makes them feel unwell. So this ...

    Jefferson Adams
    Celiac.com 02/29/2016 - Previous studies have shown that oat proteins trigger an adverse anti-33-mer monoclonal antibody reaction that is proportional to the immune responses in terms of T-cell proliferation.
    Although there has been some research regarding the impact of these varieties on the adaptive response, researchers still don't know very much about the role of the dendritic...

    Jefferson Adams
    Celiac.com 08/03/2016 - As part of its mission, Gluten Free Watchdog performs gluten testing on gluten-free products and shares that information with the gluten-free community. They've tested many gluten-free products over the years, and collected data from their efforts.
    Over the past five years, Gluten Free Watchdog has been testing oat products labeled gluten-free that list...

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    Sometimes if I get glutened enough I get orange brown stool. Not fully orange but not fully brown... a couple of times I’ve had full on staterrhea but not often.
    Since the cerebellum is damaged w gluten ataxia you can also have slurred speech. I have it plus wobbly legs and lack of coordination. And the cerebellum is also the gatekeeper for stimuli that are incoming so if there is damage you will have...
    We mostly do our own immediate family thing for holiday meals. Christmas time is different. My spouse's family know I prefer to go before dinner, while most are having appetizers and drinks. They have learned to flip their night for ...
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