Gluten and childhood celiac disease

Gluten and childhood celiac disease

celiac diseaseshort news on the correlation between foods that contain gluten in the childhood diet and the development of celiac disease : it seems that it is not gluten-containing foods given to infants in infancy that are responsible for the development of celiac disease in children of celiac parents and that It makes no sense to postpone a normal diet believing that there are critical years for the development of the disease , as established by a famous study of the 1980s. According to two groups of researchers in the two different studies, in fact, the only risk for which the children of celiac parents can become celiac in turn is genetic ., non-food and independent of when children are fed gluten-containing substances. This, on the one hand, raises the concern of parents who are convinced that they cannot feed their child in the traditional way after weaning, but on the other hand, on the other hand, the development of celiac disease is a lottery in the future of their children. A first study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine, and involves researchers from Leiden University Medical Center in the Netherlands. The second involved the Center for Celiac Research and Treatment at Massachusetts General Hospital for Children in Boston.

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