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NEWS Gluten sensitivity isn't a fad-it's a real problem, say scientists

July 7th 2015

Not eating wheat is all the rage, and some sceptics regard it as a fashionable fad-but scientists have discovered that gluten sensitivity is a very real problem, and they've also figured out the biological mechanism behind it

NEWS Triple the number of children now has celiac disease

January 28th 2015

The number of children diagnosed with celiac disease-where there is a serious auto-immune reaction to dietary gluten from wheat, barley and rye-has trebled in the UK over the past 20 years

NEWS Wheat intolerance? Processed breads are the real culprit, says researcher

November 24th 2014 /

Most people who think they have a wheat intolerance actually have an aversion only to highly-processed wheat products, a controversial new study suggests

NEWS Missing protein is key to gluten intolerance, scientists discover

April 9th 2014

Scientists have this week moved a step closer to understanding gluten intolerance and celiac disease

NEWS Celiac disease doubling - especially among elderly

September 29th 2010

Celiac disease - where people are highly allergic to gluten - is far more common than doctors have supposed, a new study has discovered

NEWS Hair dye causes arthritis and allergies

March 31st 2010

If you use a standard hair dye, you are more likely to develop liver disease, which could lead to arthritis, thyroid problems and gut allergies

FEATURE Epilepsy

April 1995 (Vol. 6 Issue 1) /

Q:Despite the fact that doctors have got me diagnosed as epileptic, I know I am not and that the underlying cause of my seizures is anti-convulsants

FEATURE Schizophrenia

March 1994 (Vol. 4 Issue 12) /

Schizophrenia may be caused by a body chemical or by a life crisis, but in both cases, a nutritional approach can do wonders

FEATURE Celiac disease:

May 1990 (Vol. 1 Issue 2) /

Celiac disease is a growing problem, and nutritionists reckon it's something to do with our growing intolerance of industrialized foods

FEATURE Breastfeeding:

May 1990 (Vol. 1 Issue 2)

Last week we mentioned that breastfeeding our babies was probably not such a bad idea, especially as those who are introduced to cereals too early are more likely to develop celiac disease

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