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High Transaminase Levels Common in Celiac Disease - Celiac.com

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High Transaminase Levels Common in Celiac Disease

Celiac.com

New study on high transaminase levels in celiac disease. Celiac.com 07/13/2011 - Some people who follow a gluten-free diet due to celiac disease may develop unusually elevated levels of liver enzymes, according to researchers from Finland. ...

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That's really interesting. In the past I could never tolerate drinking alcohol. I'd get very sick rather than intoxicated. I wondered if something was wrong with my liver.

I haven't had a drink in yars because it's not the least bit pleasurable.

I wonder if that will change now that I'm gluten-free and on the road to healing?

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