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patty

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21 Mar 2008 9:50:52 AM PST
Great video ! More coverage 'globally' is needed to prevent further complications with the body.

 
Benjamin

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30 Mar 2008 1:59:38 PM PST
Is there any solid evidence demonstrating any clinical benefits of a gluten-free diet for completely asymptomatic adult-diagnosed celiac disease patients? Have any long-term controlled studies been published in peer-reviewed scientific journals demonstrating reduced mortality or morbidity in patients who adhere to the diet compared to those who do not?




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