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How much gluten is in wheat germ and wheat bran?
I dont know how much gluten they contain, but my feeling is that it is likely
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How accurate are blood-antibody tests?*
There are two
classes of antibodies seen in untreated celiac disease.... [READ MORE]
How is wheat starch made? Why is some starch said to be more toxic than others?
Most of the wheat
grain and of white flour is made up of starch granules.... [READ MORE]
Are there any unique factors to be considered for children? (I've heard that the serology has a lower predictive value for children under age two, since IgA may be depressed, or with anyone who has a condition which depresses IgA.)**
Vijay Kumar, M.... [READ MORE]
What is celiac disease?
Celiac disease (also called coeliac, nontropical sprue,
celiac sprue, gluten intolerant enteropathy, or gluten sensitive
enteropathy) is a condition in which there is a chronic reaction
to certain protein chains, commonly referred to as glutens,
found in some cereal grains.... [READ MORE]
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