30 Aug 2019

Gluten isn't bad for healthy people

Dr Emma Halmos (L) & Prof Peter Gibson
Unless you have been medically diagnosed with coeliac disease or gluten sensitivity, a rigorous new study shows that eating foods containing gluten will cause you no harm, and avoiding these proteins in your diet isn't necessary.

Professor Peter Gibson and Dr Emma Halmos, Monash Department of Gastroenterology, write an editorial accompanying this new study publication in the journal Gastroenterology. See the full story at  Science Alert.

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