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adjective as in gastric

adjective as in intestinal

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For example, people with first-degree relatives who have IBD, gluten sensitivity, celiac disease, frequent GI infections, or IBS may be at higher risk of increased intestinal permeability.

From Time

Now about 20 percent of my clientele is either celiac or gluten-free, so we slowly made it a big part of our concept.

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That’s why studies analyzing the gluten in standard commercial oats have consistently found they’re not safe for celiacs.

More manufacturers have started producing gluten-free oats, but there’s a lot of discussion within the celiac community about just how safe each of the two methods are.

They hope that identifying such changes will help them better predict who is likely to develop celiac disease and why.

Beyond that, as many as 18 million more people are estimated to have non-celiac gluten sensitivity.

But it turns out that patients with celiac disease actually might, and I was in error when I suggested otherwise.

For celiac patients, avoiding certain gluten-containing cosmetics is important.

Though she knows the day will never come, Nancy sometimes fantasizes about life without celiac disease.

But celiac sufferers find themselves with lots of company these days.


On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to celiac, such as: stomachic, abdominal, duodenal, enteric, gastrocolic, and intestinal.

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