Celiac Support Association

Development of Therapies for Celiac Disease  March 20-21, 2014

Host Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University, New York
A scientific program designed for those interested in the development of non-dietary therapies for celiac disease
Presentation Summaries in RED

Non-celiac gluten sensitivity Peter HR Green - USA (Moderator)
Gluten sensitivity is common Alessio Fasano - USA
Gluten sensitivity is uncommon Peter HR Green - USA
Gluten sensitivity, is it real? FODMAPs, etc.  Knut Lundin - Norway
  • Curiosity, observations, opinions and potential pathways abounded with very few areas of agreement and lesser number of opinions supported by research.  In non-celiac wheat sensitivity, stimulant unknown, IEL’s are increased. Eliminate possible conditions, such as celiac disease, wheat allergy, bacterial overgrowth, FODMAP rich foods and lactose intolerance. NHANES data included questions about those diagnosed with celiac disease and self reported gluten-sensitivity.  Discussed “fad-diet” impact on public behavior and perception. 

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