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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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while i was doing research on mc, i came across an article that casein intolerance can cause villous atrophy? does anyone know if this is true?

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while i was doing research on mc, i came across an article that casein intolerance can cause villous atrophy? does anyone know if this is true?

No I don't know if this is true, but I sure would like to know for sure since I seem to have intolerance to casein having been tested for lactose intolerance and that was negative. Where did you see this and could you quote any of the information?

Most interested to learn more, I will do some research myself.

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I would be interested too if anyone has any info to read up on.

Now that I am I think, doing all the right stuff and eating gluten free when ever I try dairy I have symptoms, that back then I used to attribute to the gluten, the body aches etc.....maybe some of those were dairy symptoms.

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Yes, if you check the medical literature, casein induced enteropathy IS a real thing. But it is rare - far far more rare than celiac disease.

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Yes, if you check the medical literature, casein induced enteropathy IS a real thing. But it is rare - far far more rare than celiac disease.

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So even if it's rare it can still be an actuality for some people, maybe myself, who knows.

Do you still have trouble eating chocolate? The only time that I've not had a problem with it is when eating a chocolate cake made in a gluten-free bakery, and that is day after day, otherwise any other chocolate, no matter how well made or dairy-free still affects me.

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