About 30 percent of Americans are predisposed to celiac disease but only 1 percent get it. A common virus may play a role in determining who gets the disease.
A much-anticipated portable device for detecting gluten in food has hit the market.
A pediatrician is warning that parents should not put children on a gluten free diet unless they really need it.
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A number of for-profit labs claim to be able to pinpoint specific food intolerances via simple but expensive blood tests. Allergy scientists are dubious.
The quickly growing gluten-free market has spurred the FDA to define what exactly it means for foods to be gluten-free.