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That's true that some people are more sensitive than others. I also think that just because that research is out doesn't mean we should be careless and go eat gluten because gluten does cause damage reaction or not your intestine pays. Now if this research is true and some people can handle small amounts without the damage that's great but I personally am not going to risk it at this time. My question would be how long has this research been going on and who conducted it? You see many doctors don't even know about celiac so how am I going to be told by these people that a little won't hurt me? Last time I checked with my doctor and GI doctor about small amounts they said nooo unless I don't want to get better. This could very well have changed and this research may very well be true but I went through so much and I'm just skeptical and unless something is 100% proven and guaranteed I will avoid even crumbs but this is everyones personal decision.

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Hello Sada,

I think, you're right. He should try to go completely gluten-free. At least for a few month, so he could make a better decision. Just keep on trying to talk him into that. Maybe it works. Good luck for that.

Hugs, Stef

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That's just too funny...never thought I would see an article like that...but hey I like it :lol:

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The problem with that is, that there might be some real celiacs among those glutenfree hobbyists and because they go glutenfree, it's impossible to diagnose that. And couple of month later, when they get bored of their new hobby, the real problems might start.

Hugs, Stef

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